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bluegreenblue asked:

09 Feb 2010

I\'d like to change my hair colour.

So my hair is pretty much purely black and i'd like to change that colour to a more brown colour. I wouldn't want to change it to light brown just more of a faded black but you can tell it's brown. So basically i am asking if anyone knows how to make it that colour with a method that is fast, easy and convenient to find the materials. thankjs and sorry if my explanation isn't clear.



barbipixi says:

Posted on 09 Feb 2010

go to a salon

or you can try a box of color. sometimes you'd have to use hair color from the section for colored people because if your hair is naturally black of certain nationalities it's harder to accept color because it's so thick and strong.

but i would try a color glaze. i had red left over at the bottom of my hair that was an orangie a few years back and the salon lady left my brown hair color on that area too long and it turned black. after a few day's i started to kinda like it but i still decided to try the color glaze (it's in my lists under 'stuff i use' called 'brunette' something) i used it every day in the shower after i conditioned and my hair turned brown again. on the instructions it says to just use every few days but i recommend using every day until the color is achieved and give it about a week to see if it works on your type of hair.

it also comes in a red if you want to try a red hue later


fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 09 Feb 2010

go to a professional is your best bet.

alternatives to that may be:

Hair color removers (ColorFix, Color Zap, etc) can remove artificial pigment. They're also much easier on the hair than bleach. It's recommended even if you're going to bleach

buy neutrogena anti-residue shampoo. put a lot of the shampoo on dry hair. Coat ALL the hair. put a plastic cap on it and sleet in the shampoo. (about 6 hrs), next morning rinse your hair in warm water- this works if it was 7 days after you dyed my hair.

also you can try pouring very warm olive oil on your DRY hair and wrap it in plastic-a fair amount of dye should come out

Rinse very very well and washed your hair (twice) with the Nutrogena anti residue shampoo.

It may not turn your hair dark brown but a very very soft black with subtle red highlights.

good luck!

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