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    Default At home hair dye?

    Are there any brands of blonde that actually turn out well? I swore years ago I would never do it at home again but I can't get to te hairdresser ATM so I'm getting desperate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    Are there any brands of blonde that actually turn out well? I swore years ago I would never do it at home again but I can't get to te hairdresser ATM so I'm getting desperate!
    Don't do it!!!

    I keep cursing myself because I keep trying and end up paying heaps more to fix it

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    I don't reccommend it! Most at home blonde jobs turn out brassy and cheap looking. Your better off waiting to see a professional

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    Lol, thanks for reminding me why I don't do it!!!

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    Default At home hair dye?

    Depends on what your current hair colour is, and whether you're any good at DIY dye jobs (I mean that in all sincerity!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly View Post
    Depends on what your current hair colour is, and whether you're any good at DIY dye jobs (I mean that in all sincerity!)
    It's blonde and I suck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    It's blonde and I suck!
    Well I guess the fact that you're blonde already is a plus! But if you suck... Maybe just be prepared to have to cover any mistakes with a brown semi afterwards!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly View Post
    Well I guess the fact that you're blonde already is a plus! But if you suck... Maybe just be prepared to have to cover any mistakes with a brown semi afterwards!
    I think you've convinced me to try harder to get to
    The hairdresser! Thanks, hehe!


 

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