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mrs scenegurltookyournoms




20 Jul 1999


Hai Peoples! Haha. Well, my name is Kaitlin. I prefer Katie.(: I love to dye my hair, and tease it and things like that. I Am Ms_SceneGurlTookYourNoms! Ahaaa. 

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mrs_scenegurltookyournoms asked:

13 Nov 2011

How do I keep my hair colors from running.?

I want to dye my bangs a bright blue, almost a turqouise, and the rest of my hair black. But, I'm scared of my colors running into each other so to speak. Does anyone have any suggestions so this doesnt happen.

By the way, I'm dying my own hair.




vampkisses says:

Posted on 14 Nov 2011

when you say running into eachother do you mean like the blue get to where the black is? or the black on the blue? if thats what you mean then when your dying it seperate it with aluminum foil or something similar... i hope that was what you were asking if not please try to explain and i can most likely answer your question better (: good luck! i had similar hair and i loved it! (:


pay says:

Posted on 14 Nov 2011

vampkisses is really the answer. i would dye the black first then the blue after. separtate it was tinfoil and pin bak the hair you do not want in there.


xxgeenalivelyxx says:

Posted on 14 Nov 2011

First off, I would suggest going to a stylist or having a friend who is really good at coloring hair because this is tricky. Trust me, I have done things like this when I was younger and it is better to have a professional/ semi-professional do it. Also, for your bangs to get that color, you will need to bleach your hair. You can just get a turquoise color from Hot Topic and die it but the color will be better if your bangs are bleached to bring out that color more. To prevent color from running into each other, you can use aluminum foil. But it would be wise to have a color kit of the bowl and the thin brush to color exactly where the color begins and to separate it from the black. In all, I think it would be best to go to a professional or a friend who is really good at doing hair.
Good luck!

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