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    Default Help?! My hair disaster!

    Another thread inspired me on here lol! I have dark hair and applied a permanent golden brown to my hair now the roots are orange and the hair dark brown.
    Does anyone know if I can apply a darker permanent colour over the top to fix the orange roots?

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    I would.
    Granted my fail safe when my experiments don't turn out is to due it dark

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    Thanks! Ill never use "golden" again lol I'm just too dark for that tone

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    Hahaha
    I've bleached my hair from black dye and never turned orange though so I don't understand these problems

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    Default Help?! My hair disaster!

    You need to use an ash blonde. Wish me luck. About to do the same. Have a silver toner ready to take the orange out if needed too

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    Not sure I want to now though lol

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    Default Help?! My hair disaster!

    If you redye go for an ashy brown/blonde and nothing golden as it will pick up the red. Might be a job for a hair dresser though!

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    Oh really? Ash? I was going to go a dark brown/black as I'm not far off that level of darkness?

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    Default Help?! My hair disaster!

    Not now. You've already made your roots orange and hair brown, so I'd say go with a dark down or go to a hairdressers for saving. They can mix what is needed to save your hair without burning it so it falls out.

    If you put another peroxide over orange burnt hair it'll be risky business.

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    Default Re: Help?! My hair disaster!

    Use a dark/light ash colour, the ash will neutralise the golden/ copper, only put it on your roots for the full time then in the last 10/15 take the rest thru the ends.

    Or visit a hairdresser that would be my top suggestion as a hairdresser.

    its more complicated then people think

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