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alexandria

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growing out my hair and it looks craaazy :O

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well where to start. i absolutely love changing my hair. its pretty much an obsession. actually its an addiction but thts okay :)  i love experimenting with different colors and styles. Oh and i love being creative too especially with my makeup. ill try anything im my own person and do wht i

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babybutter23 asked:

19 Jan 2012

hair fading question

so im trying to fade out my bright red hair. ive been using hot water purple shampoo for blondes john freida go blonder conditioner ( i used to be a blonde) and almost everything has faded out nicely except for my roots like an inch of it. i cant get them to fade. help?!?

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renderella

renderella says:

Posted on 19 Jan 2012

I heard that you use "original" Prell shampoo and it is supposedly the best, but you have to use HOT water and if you can't handle HOT try warm, but not cool.
There is also an old dish soap trick that is suppose to work, but who knows. You put like dawn in your hair, let it sit for a bit and then it should come out.
I haven't needed to do this before, but Prell seems to be the one that everyone is saying does the stuff.

jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 19 Jan 2012

I had the same problem a few years ago when I tried being a purplehead but I just waited 'cause the roots actually looked pretty cool darker (I'm naturally blonde). This is a blog that I really like and Kimmi suggests a technique called "shampoo bleaching." That might be a little radical because bleach doesn't do your hair any favors and you only want to do your roots. But look it over and see what you think:

http://kimmikillzombie.killer-cosmetics.com/2011/05/bleach-shampoo-how-lift-fade-and-remove-hair-dye-with-a-bleach-bath/

Her's a discussion about other approaches including the Prell shampoo one that Ren suggested.

http://www.askmehelpdesk.com/advice/t-11496.html

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