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Hair Color- How do you choose? #114690
01/24/03 06:07 PM
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When you color your hair- and the majority of people do-- how do you choose the color?

Me ideas are here:
Choosing The Perfect Hair Color <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

Re: Hair Color- How do you choose? #114691
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I have a lot of dark brown hair that goes half way down my back, brown eyes and pale skin and have decided to dye my hair black, which i have done before.
but, i am not sure how many packets to buy now.most packets say to use 2 if u have long or thick hair but i have both so how many do you think i should get?

pleas help <img src="/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Hair Color- How do you choose? #114692
01/25/03 01:13 AM
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If the ends have been tinted before, use the color full strength on the new growth and add conditioner to the remainder. Then use that to work thru the rest of the hair.

Re: Hair Color- How do you choose? #114693
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I go about three shades lighter than my mouse brown hair. Most people don't think I color my hair. I even get compliments from sylists when I get my hair cut. They're impressed that I don't over process.

Re: Hair Color- How do you choose? #114694
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That is impressive, that you don't over process! It's very difficult to tint you own hair with out overlapping and over processing.

Going lighter while staying in the same color family is quite often very becoming and a safe bet. <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

Re: Hair Color- How do you choose? [Re: Lynne - ChristianLiving] #899435
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I go with what I want my hair's color to be for that period of time. The only time I asked my hairdresser was when I was tired of having my hair pink, I asked her what would be the best color to hide it and she went with a dark brown which I liked.

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The best thing about consulting a professional is they have so many shades to choose from and have had experience with many colors. They often have ideas you haven't thought of.

Re: Hair Color- How do you choose? [Re: Lynne - ChristianLiving] #904984
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My hear is black, Grey hair is the ugliest and stupidest trend. i think RED that is the coolest hair color ever.I go with red color.is this color is suitable for me

Re: Hair Color- How do you choose? [Re: Lynne - ChristianLiving] #907659
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I choose to let my hair go gray/silver and have never looked back. I dyed it for years, but then felt I had to choose between dye or perm so was never totally happy with it.
I use purple shampoo and conditioner and it stays a lovely silver - I get lots of compliments on it.


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Re: Hair Color- How do you choose? [Re: Lynne - ChristianLiving] #907677
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Launa, I had to skip over to the BellaOnline site to see a picture with your silver hair. smile White or silver - or a combination - can be very attractive.

And unfortunately, most women don't get good results using both hair color and permanent waves. It's better to choose one or the other and have shiny, healthy hair.

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