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Holly Cafaro




01 Jan 1994

hiii, i'm holly. fifteen and sophomore in high school. i have a passion for hair, clothes, and make-up.

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holls09 asked:

29 Jun 2009

I dyed my hair brown at home now I'm going to get it done professionally blonde color.

I like Lauren Conrad's color I'm looking in the price range of $100 including a trim. PLEASE HELP



samigore says:

Posted on 29 Jun 2009

its kinda hard to find it for just $100 its normailly around $130 with the trim


barbipixi says:

Posted on 30 Jun 2009

i would start by calling around you may have to go to one of those 'head start' or something like that to get a cheaper service

but call all the salons you can and tell them how long your hair is and that you want an all over color

i would almost suggest telling them you want all over foils maybe even and just start blending in the gold with your darker hair. also after a few trips your hair will be that color all over because that's how it works you have to get low lights put in from time to time or the foils will take over lol


ctl888 says:

Posted on 30 Jun 2009

Make sure that you tell your stylist that you just colored your hair so they know how to lift out what you have done. Going blonde will damage your hair dramatically. Just be ready for that.


amaay says:

Posted on 30 Jun 2009

yeah, i agree with 'CTL888' :]

'cause if you don't tell him/her then they could probably go wrong or make a huge disaster out of it.. lolz. :]

and be ready with your 're-moisturising' products 'cause going blonde, especially bleach blonde will dry out and damge your hair. :]


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