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« Reply #3890 on: April 08, 2007 04:59:47 PM »



here's some more recent pictures! 8 days old Cheesy

they're looking awesome!!

Edited--please take images out of quotes, thanks! EmilyFlew
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« Reply #3891 on: April 08, 2007 05:04:10 PM »



i got a haircut by a hairdresser for the first time in a long time. i'm really happy with it. also, i dyed it black a few months ago and i love it. it actually looks more natural than my brown hair.
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« Reply #3892 on: April 08, 2007 05:11:55 PM »


i got a haircut by a hairdresser for the first time in a long time. i'm really happy with it. also, i dyed it black a few months ago and i love it. it actually looks more natural than my brown hair.

i love this style on you! normally i think girls look dorky in it, but it looks fantastic! i reaaally wish i had the guts to do something like this...especially since my hair is down to the middle of my back and i live in texas where a lot of hair = hot. and not in the pretty sort of way. haha.


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« Reply #3893 on: April 08, 2007 05:18:15 PM »

My hair USED to be awesomely colored, all different shades of the rainbow.  The hardest and most labor intensive dye job I ever did was to bleach the roots white, then it faded to aqua, then to teal, then to indigo, then to black underneath.  It was cut in a really choppy layered bob with short bettie bangs like I have now, so the layers really showed off the color gradiation.  It took me an entire day to redo my hair every 5 weeks!  But it was SOOOO worth it.  People loved it, even old ladies Smiley  I wish I had pictures, I think I lost all of them when my computer died Sad
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« Reply #3894 on: April 08, 2007 07:06:46 PM »

going out on a limb here, but...

has anyone ever SEMIPERMANENTLY dyed their darker (light brown) hair blond?

my friend is going to anime boston as light chi and would like to have blond hair to go with her costume, but doesn't want blond hair permanently. she has light/medium brown hair naturally.

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« Reply #3895 on: April 08, 2007 07:53:23 PM »

the only way to do that, my dear is with a wig!

coloring your hair blond is removing the melanin, or natural pigment, from it. once it is gone you cannot get it back, that is why you have to artificialy colour it darker.
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« Reply #3896 on: April 08, 2007 08:37:08 PM »

Okay, so my hair was dyed brown/black a million times. I used two bleach kits and got it to a deep orangey/yellow color. Then finally dyed it to a dark almond creme color.. closest to my natural hair color that i can get. But the problem is I still have this dark brownish black mark in my hair Undecided.. not too big but big enough to notice. Is there anyway to get rid of it as not to ruin the rest of the color in my hair? I've had this problem before when I dyed my hair dark and a blonde spot was left. I have no idea how my hair manages to do this, but it's getting annoying.



I don't want to dye my hair again for a long time so if I can just fix this spot I won't mind leaving it alone for a while. Not to mention bleaching my hair has made it so dry.. this is the third time I've had it done but the first time I did it myself... and successfully, I might add! (which I must say is a huge accomplishment for me Smiley) So if anyone knows how to fix this problem please tell me, it's appreciated!   Grin


You probably missed a spot when you put the dye in, from what it sounds like.  Just re-do the one spot, or wait until you re-do all your hair and make sure to get it then seem like the best options.
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« Reply #3897 on: April 09, 2007 07:12:58 PM »



had to take out the dreds went the easy way by shaving my head Smiley 
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« Reply #3898 on: April 09, 2007 09:34:25 PM »

going out on a limb here, but...

has anyone ever SEMIPERMANENTLY dyed their darker (light brown) hair blond?

my friend is going to anime boston as light chi and would like to have blond hair to go with her costume, but doesn't want blond hair permanently. she has light/medium brown hair naturally.

ETA: punctuation

or you could go blonde and then use demi permanent to cover it in brown after being blonde.
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« Reply #3899 on: April 09, 2007 11:52:42 PM »

My hair USED to be awesomely colored, all different shades of the rainbow.  The hardest and most labor intensive dye job I ever did was to bleach the roots white, then it faded to aqua, then to teal, then to indigo, then to black underneath. 

My hair was like that for while but I was sick of the upkeep.

I got hired as a preschool teacher with hair like that. The kids loved it. Only in San Francisco....
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