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RE: Going Blonde???
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410 Subject: RE: Going Blonde??? Posted by:
Fri, Oct 14, 2005
02:41 PM

Thank you for your question. I recommend going to a stylist who is experienced in haircolor for at least 10 years to lighten your hair. Trying to do this at home may end up with two toned, damaged or orange hair.Try getting highlights to lighten the hair as opposed to bleaching the entire head. Let the hair grow out for awhile and try to get the color cut out, before attempting to do a home color. Once the color is close to being gone, you could try mixing equal parts light brown and medium ash blonde to obtain a light brown color with little or no red tones, depending on your undertones. Always do an allergy patch test and a strand test before applying any new color formulation to your entire head.

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