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Hi, my name is Tiffani. I help my little sister with pageant and stuff along those lines. Use to I didnt care about fashion but now I live it. I am trying to get my life back after I changed it to fit in. Now I am trying to me and who I really am.

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missheartbrokenhurt asked:

10 Aug 2009

I dyed my hair, but now it is too vividly bright, what can I do without dying it?

I dyed my hair about two weeks ago before my last year of high school started. But they have told me that the dye had highlighted my hair to a tent of a fushia. They told me I need to tone the color down ! I have stripped my hair with a shampoo and it worked alittle, but I find it to be alittle harsh to my hair after a few days or doing this everyday. I need something that isn't too harsh and doesnt require a dye! If anyone can help, PLEASE! The color I dyed it is red, but my stylest used two different reds on my hair. Both are kind of standing out but wasn't ment too., Some of what you say sound good, but I have a natural dark dark brown! I don't want to fade my natural hair color while fading what I colored. Sighs, now that sounds impossible (me saying that, lol not what you have recommended.), Worst part, right now, is that I need it to be tonned down by Friday! OMG I am worried that If I rush this, I might damage my hair.



Last year I dyed my hair half red and the rest was natural. The front was red. I found out not to long ago that it damaged my hair! But when I recently had it cut, all the damaged hair was cut off. But it might have done worse damage than I thought.

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gbpkid

gbpkid says:

Posted on 10 Aug 2009

Over time your hair will naturally make the colour fade, i guess its just a process of waiting if you want to just leave it, the stripping shampoo would be good i guess, just dont use it every day, maybe 2-3 times a week, plus - you should own it! bright hair is the best 8)

just have the confidence, i bet you loads of people love it, and its better its nice and bright then all faded and manky :)

xxxx

myradiosayslala

myradiosayslala says:

Posted on 10 Aug 2009

i agree with gbkid :)

barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 10 Aug 2009

what works great is to get a colored wash



use the brillant brunette i have in my lists under 'stuff i use'



use it every day after you wash your hair until your hair is a shade of red you like (it will SLOWLY add a brown hue to tone it down)

rachelsauras

rachelsauras says:

Posted on 10 Aug 2009

wash with a daily clarifying shampoo as often as you can.

it's ment for daily use so it won't be too harsh,

and since the clarifying part is ment to strip your hair of grease and

product, it also makes color fade faster.

also spend some time in the sun.

that always helps fade and turn bright colors.

x

kayles

kayles says:

Posted on 11 Aug 2009

hi...i used a peroxide on my hair but mix it in with ur shampoo. so u go 2 parts shampoo to 1 part peroxide, it tones down the olour afta a couple of days but make sure you use a clear shampoo as it works beta. u can use a shampoo and conditioner that is specially for dry hair, so it reduces the chance of damage. if u have only just had the colour done on ur hair then ur hair will be damaged. hope this helped, oh..the shampoo i meant was something like tresemme, its cheap and it works great

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