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    Default Deep purple hair colour

    I am thinking of a nice deep purple/plum colour can any recommend a good hair dye with strong staying power?

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    Also would you need to go blonde first? I'm medium brown

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Also would you need to go blonde first? I'm medium brown
    Ooh good question my last colour was plum months ago and has pretty much faded out so would I need to go blonde first or would faded plum be alright

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    I like the first colour. Does anyone know if it is one colour. It kind of looks 2 toned.

    I'm sure someone will reply in the morning

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    I had the first colour and it was just one from the shops (woolworths) .....Forget the brand but it was the only one there I still had a red/brown in my hair but it turned out alright probably would have en better if I was blonde though. I had a purple do e at a hair dresser and it was not purple and it didn't last long and it went red....

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    This is the colour I have sitting in the cupboard but unsure whether it will give the results I am after

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    it fades incredibly quick. I got my last purple from hairhouse warehouse, it wad a professional one that lightened as it coloured. It can really wreck your hair though especially if you bleach it first, so make sure you treat it and get it in great condition.

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    Unfortunately with purples even hairdressers will tell you they will fade super quick.

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