so i pre-lightened my hair from a gold colour and then put a light ash colour in.
it has gone blue/grey and my roots are yellow!
can someone PLEASE help me and tell me what i need to do to fix it?
i want a nice natural looking blonde without spending too much.
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18-05-2012 23:28 #1
hair disaster! please help!!!! :(
19-05-2012 05:17 #2
Hairdresser asap. That's about your only option. Take the boxes from the dye in with you so the hairdresser can avoid using the active chemicals in them if she can. And remember, there is no such thing as a natural looking blonde that comes from a box.
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19-05-2012 06:27 #3Senior Member
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Sorry OP, hairdresser trip for you! Hope its not too expensive ( Natural blonde isnt a colour in boxes (
19-05-2012 06:37 #4Senior Member
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U should have applied the ash to the roots first and then to the length.
You have left the colour on too long hence the grey colour.
You could fix it by stripping it again but I would be to worried of breakage now.
FYI - I have natural blonde coloured hair, from a box!
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19-05-2012 06:38 #5
Im a hairdresser and everyones right, blonde isnt something to be attempted at home. The purple will wash out, its just overtoned and a hairdresser will probably bleach wash it out and retone you with something more natural. This is why we have little rooms full of tiny tubes of colours so we can mix uo the perfect colour for every client. Theres noone in a supermarket or chemist who can tell you what you need as everyones hair is different so let it be a lesson lol and get to a hairdresser asap!
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19-05-2012 06:57 #6Our family is complete!
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Hairdresser. If you try and do it at home you are going to seriously risk a chemical haircut.
19-05-2012 08:02 #7
I always do my hair at home and it looks very natural, never stuffs up (until now)
I have fixed it with vitamin c and shampoo.
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