Help my hairs turned green?

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  • Help my hairs turned green?


Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 03:10
NO WAIT!!!! PLEASE listen to me, I have made every mistake in the book. You're right about the red. Putting a brown dye over light hair will make it go green. What you need to do is - buy a semi permanent, or permanent brown dye WHICH HAS RED PIGMENT IN IT. Like a copper or chesnut. It can be a pale light shade, but those red pigments are vital. If you search my answers and refine to hair - I have answered questions like this for years. You'll find all the information you need. Also - if you wanted to go blonde again and are worried that putting red in will make it impossible - please don't be. Use Jerome Russell 12% for dark brown hair and that will neutralise red pigments. I don't have time right now to spell it out, but please - search my answers - there's one comprehensive one from about a year ago that will tell you everything you need to know. Good luck. Actually I will search and post the link I'm on about..... I've just looked and there are tonnes, I can't remember which one it was - it's in my best answers.. If you want to look go ahead, I'm having issues every time I leave the page and really am in a hurry. I hope you do look though because I really do know what I am talking about. My hair is white now - and I too, have been every colour under the sun.. please do look through my answers. I'll look again later if you've not found it.
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 03:12
In my opinion I think the best opinion would be to go to a salon and get an input from a professional hair dresser thats experienced with this sort of thing, she/he will also most likely have the best solution and take into consideration that you want to go back to blonde - as well as the condition of your hair so as to not further damage your hair too much
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 11:48
Hairdresser now.

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