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09 Dec 1993
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06 Jul 2010
i used to dye my hair a lot and then i dyed it black a couple times and left it that way for a while. but i wanted to go back to other things so i went to a beauty supply store called sallys and asked them and they gave me this specific bleach and i used it twice before it worked. so my hair was like white at the top and almost reddish dark brown on the ends.
after i finally got to that a waited a week and dyed it dark red. it was almost even but not completely. its slightly lighter at the top and now its fading fast on my roots its almost blonde again and looks horrible but my hair has gone through waaaay too much to dye it again for a while.
on top of that its lost all of its strength and like i have random pieces just breaking off and aswful split ends. i need to get it cut but i cant at the moment. what should i do??? i want all over one color. but more than anything i want my hair to be strong and shiny instead of super frizzy and falling apart
Posted on 06 Jul 2010
Okay so i'd first advise you to not dye it , your first priority no matter how bad it looks is to get it healthy. I would suggest trimming the split ends whenever you can at least to maximize healthy growth. First of the breakage and frizziness is probably due to dryness, so you should do a deep conditioning one day, and then the following day use olive oil (100% extra virgin) as a conditioner, it will help your hair regain the moisture it's lost. Avoid any heat or styling items, and try not to wash your hair too much, every other day to every third day is suggested, so you don't dry out your hair more. Whenever you dye your hair, you should do a deep conditioning treatement, since the chemicals in dyes dry out your hair that much. Your hair is stretchy when wet because it has a high elasticity, normally hair should be elastic and return back to it's normal length when stretched, but when damaged, it stays stretchy making it more prone to damage. You went from one thing to the other it seems to fix your hair, without taking time to let it heal up and regain moisture through deep conditionings in between. Make sure to use colour safe shampoo and conditioner and keep up the deep conitioning/ olive oil routine until you feel your hair getting healthier. Then you can dye it and cut it and fix it as necessary. If anything you should go to a professional also, they may have better products to ensure a quicker way to get your hair healthy if you must fix your hair as soon as possible. good luck
you can use john freida's luminous color glaze
they come in blonde/red/brown. it works great. they sell it at ULTA and ULTA.com.
you use it every few days to add color and it also adds shine and helps manageability
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