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21 Aug 1989

Im 19, i work at PetSmart, sophmore in college, and engaged :D

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futuremrselsasser asked:

05 Feb 2009

Having my naturally black hair dyed redish brown??

My hair has always looked black its so naturally dark. Well Ive dyed it a few times (all myself) and I would dye black back over it when I got tired with it or if I didnt like it. I also would dye it black just to make my hair look bolder. Well Ive been wanting a redish brown color like Mandy Moore's in Because I Said So ect. Im including some pics and I was gonna go to a nearby beauty college that my coworkers go to and said theyre good. Any advice or if it will work and look good. Ive tried at home bleaching before and it didnt work but Ive never had a prob with my hair being dry or fried or anything. Any advice please.




futuremrselsasser says:

Posted on 05 Feb 2009


my hair is curled here. It is naturally 100% straight. So if that helps those curls were temporary and fell out like an hour later. Thnx.


jessie_elisa says:

Posted on 05 Feb 2009

"You can use your desired hair color and a 30-volume peroxide developer in "equal parts" to lift the color a few shades lighter. You may see a hint of red hue in your hair since dark hair has a tendency to pull red tones. If it occurs, you will need to use a green-based ash hair color to counteract the red tones. Leave the hair color application on your hair for 5-10 minutes then wash it away.

It's best to have someone who is experienced in hair coloring to do it for you. If you can't afford to go to a salon, try going to a beauty school in your area."


jess_83749 says:

Posted on 05 Feb 2009

i really think you would suit a redish brown couler like this one, it would go with your face and eyes x

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