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    Quote Originally Posted by GirlsRock View Post
    How odd!

    Could you ring and ask him straight out what he put in her hair? Is he likely to tell you the truth?
    I think op is trying to work it out herself first and then ask so she'll be able to tell if he's lying...

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    It couldn't be a rinse... rinses don't lighten hair.

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    I never used sun in myself but loads of my friends did and I thought their hair felt like straw after using it?

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    Could they have used a clarifying shampoo? I find it makes my hair look lighter & shinier ( I'm very fair ) I think from stripping my hair of built up gunk that other shampoos/conditioners leave behind.

    I agree with a pp that sun in makes your hair feel crap

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    Thank you for all the replies. [I meant tint not rinse in my OP]. He doesn't let me know whether or not dd has had a nap or food whilst in his care so he wouldn't answer me about the hair even if he thought there might be a rash. I will be taking her into the hairdresser today just to put my mind at ease. It's quite noticeable.
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    One other option. I don't know the name of it but there's like a makeup for hair - a powder that you brush on to change the colour which then washes out.

    I hope for your sake that it is just something like this. If anyone did any type of colour on my kids' hair, even my 6yo's, I'd be ropable. Hair colours on a toddler is just dangerous IMO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretched View Post
    One other option. I don't know the name of it but there's like a makeup for hair - a powder that you brush on to change the colour which then washes out.

    I hope for your sake that it is just something like this. If anyone did any type of colour on my kids' hair, even my 6yo's, I'd be ropable. Hair colours on a toddler is just dangerous IMO!
    Hair chalk. It's very popular at the moment

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    I used to use sun it then blow dry. It was noticeable straight away. It sounds like that? Why would they do that??

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