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    By a hairdresser normally at least twice a year myself I try to do at least every 8 weeks as I get bad regrowth

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    It use to be every 6-8 weeks, but I am 26 wks and my hair is growing like crazy ;-)
    In the process of going lighter so every 4 wks... I have a mate that is a hairdresser she does it from home

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    Salon every 8 weeks. I have 2 hair dresser friends that only charge $60 for full head foils, cut and colour.

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    I just had mine re-done after 5 years

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    Like every 2 to 4 weeks.. My hair grows like crazy!

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    I dye my hair with Lush's henna dye, a bright copper red. No chemicals, long lasting and conditions your hair beautifully.

    I do it once a month but sometimes more because it adds condition. Downside is it looks like sloppy poo to apply and I have to leave it on my head for 3 hours... but it's worth it and lasts much longer than chemical reds.

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    Once a year if I think about it. I have dark brown /medium brown and am happy with the natural colour of it :-)

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    Salon every 2-3mths. I would like to go every 2mths but haven't had time this year but should now we've finished our house

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    I used to get my hair done, including colour, about five or six times a year. It cost me about $3,000.00 a year for the upkeep.

    Then, one day, I went to another hairdresser who coloured my hair blue-black after I asked for a light Brown colour. She 'thought' it would look great as she was a top stylist. Boy, was I ****ed off!

    Anyway, as you cannot colour blue-black without seriously damaging your hair, I had the options of shaving my hair off and growing it again, or just growing out the colour.

    I chose to grow out the colour. It's been four years now, and I am so grateful for her mistake! I never knew how beautiful my natural hair colour is. Ironically, it is the colour I had been trying to achieve through colouring, well actually so much better, and I just love it!!

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    Long story short, Au Naturel here!
    Last edited by Be The Change; 23-06-2012 at 20:17. Reason: Forgot to answer the question after my long story ;-P

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    I haven't dyed mine for years and don't plan to until I go significantly grey!

    It is so liberating

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