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    Default Of the Shelf Hair Colour - Help!

    I can't afford the cost of a hair dresser at the moment but my grey hairs are breeding. Can anyone recommend me hair dye products that I can buy and do at home? I would most likely need to buy 2 or 3 packets as I have very thick hair. I just want a chocolate brown with maybe a teeny bit of red. I would be doing it all myself so it needs to be relatively easy.

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    Default Of the Shelf Hair Colour - Help!

    Do you live near a hair wharehouse? I can't afford mine to be done professionally anymore and usually pick the wrong colours for myself from the boxes of dye. Hair wharehouse is professional dye products that you just mix together and they will help you pick the right colours. It's cost me $17 for the colour and developer and I have hair a few inches below my shoulders. also I only use half the developer each time so just need the colour creme every second time.

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    Default Of the Shelf Hair Colour - Help!

    John Frieda does a really good mouse hair dye that's permanent. Really easy to use and because its a mouse it goes on really even! It's about $20 from supermarkets

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    What Jez said^

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