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    Financially I need to make the change to going back to colouring my own hair. Can anyone please shed some light on what brands are good? I am a dark brown and am prone to going darker than the box colour indicates! Thanks ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    When I used to dye my own hair, I would buy the tubes and large bottles of developer from salon supplies shops. It actually works out cheaper than supermarket box dyes anyway as the developer lasts several colours and I would get 2-3 colours to a tube with very thick, shoulder length hair.

    I can't remember what brands I used, but I'm sure they will help you.


 

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