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samantha_scelestic asked:

09 Apr 2009


I have dyed my hair purple 6 times and i can never get my hair to hold the color for more then a week. i can hold any brown or blonde easily so i have a hard time understanding this, can anyone help? i really want my hair to stay purple for at least two months. plus i do bleach it to dye it and i do get it done at a salon. :[, not completely purple hair just sections of it purple. trust me, it looks cool



diemannequin says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

ummm maybe bleach it first then dye it purple? Or maybe you should switch to a better quality dye or get it done at a salon.


loveygirl says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

I don't know. Purple?? You seriously want purple hair? LOL!


bethm26 says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

hmm....... i found semi permanent ......

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diemannequin says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

hmm well I know people who put in coon stripes or leoprid print in their jair (you know scene kids) will let the dye dry a bit and use a straightner, supposably it helps to seal the colour and make the colour more intense.

Other tips are

once again a good quality dye you might want to look at getting it done at a different salon.

Every one to two weeks touch up your hair (with one of thoose root touch up colouring kits you can get at a pharmacy)

Wash your hair with cold water it closes the folicle and keeps the colour in.

use a special shampoo and condioner for coloured hair. (garnier has a good one)

and avoid sun and chlorine.

hope it helps.


squee says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

you know what works super well, Kool Aid! You add hot water, so it's enough to make a paste, brush it on with a dye brush and foil it. It will stay in for a while, esp. if you bleach it first. I used to leave it in for like 30 min. A salon for any crayola color is a waste of money, it washes out really quick!


lavalley says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

definately try kool aid even if its over what yew already got done, its worth a try


kabug423 says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

first off getting your hair dyed bright colors is a total waste of money, you can just do it yourself at home..anywho um..i think you should just try a different type of hair-color so buy Raw hair color from hottopic, make-sure you get the perminant color.


ihavenoideawhyijointhissite says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

sue your salon!


rosa says:

Posted on 09 Apr 2009

The bleach eats away at the natural colour in your hair. This is what makes the colour you put over it stand out so much at first. However bleach damages the cuticle scales, leaving the scales permanetly open. Permanent hair colour moelcules enter the hair small, and then expand - making the colour permanet because they molecules are too big to escape out the the hair scale. Now when the purple colour molecules enter the hair, the sit comfortably and expand but each time you wash your hair they escape as the scales are damaged and left open, so even the large permanet molecules can escape. Basically you cant stop it fading and will just have to keep doing it over :/


kayleighandcharlotte says:

Posted on 10 Apr 2009

bleach is bad for your hair, try using them wash in wash out ones and then go on to the permanent u can buy from supermarkets, much better than the bleach from salons :)

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