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jazzy17 asked:

09 Sep 2010

Can chlorine get the colour ot of your hair faster , I want to get back to my natural fast ?

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barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2010

chlorine usually will give your fake blonde hair a green tint



i would say get the John freida's brunette color glaze if your natural color is brown.



it'll slowly add some color over a few days and then you can just use it every few days to maintain if the color fades as it grows out. look in my lists under 'stuff i use' for a picture and where you can buy it. it's pretty cheap and it has what i used it for on me.

sena95

sena95 says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2010

If you highlighted or bleached your hair...YES the chlorine may turn it green. If you have dyed your hair RED, thr clorine can turn it a nasty shade of orange(some people like that). if its just brown/black....chlorine normally won'tt change the color but it dries it out.

mistress1209

mistress1209 says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2010

I've had reddish brown hair and from my experience, chlorine only made the color brassy and somewhat orange.. ugh! the red in there eventually fades and turns into a browner tone--especially when in your out in the sun a lot. though, i'm sure you wouldn't wanna compromise your hair by baking out too much. another solution to that (and if you got extra cash to spare) is going to a salon to have it fixed. some hairdressers are trained to correct color mistakes.

honeylissabee

honeylissabee says:

Posted on 10 Sep 2010

Hair dye changes the hair. You might be able to fade the color a bit, but it won't fade to your NATURAL color... and depending on the color/condition of your hair it might not be pretty.



The best option would be to get a stylist to dye your hair back to your natural hair color so regrowth doesn't show... unless you want to have terrible roots for a while. You could also get a color stripper (like color oops) and use it to strip the color out and then recolor... but it's pretty tricky to use and get the right hair color results.

jazzy17

jazzy17 says:

Posted on 09 Sep 2010

my hair is not blonde its dyed reddy brown

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