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shaye72 asked:

12 May 2009

Bad Bad Highlights.. I want my old hair color back

I went to my local beauty school to get my highlights touched up. I have high and low lights in my hair. I told them to just to add a few highlights. Due to my roots were showing up top. Well, she foiled the back, took her 1.5 hours. then by the time she got to the top the back needed to be rinsed??? But no.. they said the back was ok. So the rised, and the back has white spots and brown spots. And the top? they didnt let it sit long enough to pull up, so it looks like i just got a major highlight in the back and nothing up front. So they told me to come back the next day and somebody else would correct it. Well he refoiled my whole head(roots only in back he says)because he said the former girl messed it up. But up top he highlighted it all!!! he didnt leave any of my lows. Its orange .white..blonde and even the zebra effect look in spots. So now my hair is all different colors on top..white brown and blonde in back!! I would like to dye it back to my normal hair color.. Light brown.. Can I? And how do I? I cannot afford a salon. I have to do it myself. Any advice? Thanks in advance



barbipixi says:

Posted on 12 May 2009

get a brown or blonde wash

you know one of those shampoo things (it's actually a temp dye) that you use everyday after you wash your hair and it will slowly add color to those lighter areas faster, and make it uniform again

i used this

and it worked to help darken my hair to even out when an old stylest dyed the bottom part of all my hair almost black (she was trying to cover the red tha thad almost completely grown out)

and it worked great


melo says:

Posted on 29 Jul 2010


it's not so easy. If you need help, look at colorcademy com. You'll find professional know-how.


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