sunlight soap you can get at coles or woolies.
when i wanted to fade a colour once i mixed bi-carb with baby shampoo and made a paste put on my hair and wrapped in clingwrap for an hour before washing out
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18-03-2012 18:01 #11
18-03-2012 18:04 #12
Lucky there was no reaction to it.
Those things take 3 months to come out of my hair.
18-03-2012 18:07 #13-
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What about lemon juice? I know people use that to lighten hair in conjunction with going out into the sun.
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18-03-2012 18:11 #14Guest Guest
Dandruff shampoo tends to strip colour I find.
19-03-2012 10:36 #15Senior Member
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Ok, 2 more washes with dandruff shampoo this morning, and not much change. I went to the hairdressers and they basically told me there was nothing I could do other than keep washing with sunlight soap. I asked about the shampoo you mentioned Rachell, they said it wouldn't work! The (older) lady who was behind the counter was actually kind of disapproving and it made me feel even worse!
Does anyone know if I can buy that MHYD or Juicce online or somewhere else? It might sound stupid, but I am really down on myself about this. I feel so awful and stupid. Fortunately my little girl still doesn't seem to concerned about it, but she's back at school today, and I am so hopeful noone teases her. My 7yo boy has blonde hair too, but his was a more blue toned rinse, and it seems to be coming out quite well. Gosh, talk about learn a lesson. I know there are far worse things to worry about, but I am so upset. I won't make that mistake again.
Thanks again for all the advice. Keep it coming if you can think of anything else.
19-03-2012 21:52 #16
20-03-2012 11:45 #17Senior Member
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well this morning i applied the vit c powder mixed with anti dandruff shampoo to dry hair for about 40 mins and it was a waste of time. It did nothing that was noticeable. I think overall the colour has faded (from the numerous washes) but she still has really obvious pink strips all through the front. I think we're stuck with it for a while. She likes it, but I cringe inwardly every time I see it. Fool am I.
20-03-2012 11:47 #18
i would take her to the hairdressers. there are ways of removing colour, but considering she is a child the safest thing would be to ask their advice.
20-03-2012 13:45 #19
Whats your address, I can send the myhd one down if you like
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