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Hair Dye Disaster!!

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fruitloop21 | 18:40 Sun 10th Feb 2008 | Beauty
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My daughter has taken to dying her hair, she started off putting on pink/red permanent dyes in streaks on her hair which looked great on her blond hair, then she had a disaster with red dye and decided the only thing to do was put on dark brown to cover it. This looked fairly bad as she is naturally a mid/light blonde colour. Our hairdresser told her to do nothing but wait for it to grow out. She did wait a while but then got impatient and has put a L'Oreal Blond dye on her hair. It looks awful because it's now peroxide blond with ginger streaks! Does anyone have any ideas on how to get her hair back to its original colour!!

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years ago i was told to wash my sisters hair with head & shoulders because it went green after using peroxide blonde. it faded the blonde so she could dye her hair back to its original colour.
i don't know what was in the shampoo but it worked.
Take her to the hairdressers as soon as you can, and let them repair the damage. If you want to do it at home, I'd personally put a reddish dye on, followed by a brown. The entire brown locks could then be bleached back to blonde, but with all that time and money spent on it, you'd be better off getting professional help.
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Thanks for your help I think i will try the head and shoulders and a visit to the hairdresser! I think she has learnt her lesson!! Thanks again for the advice.
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http://beautystyle.50webs.com
fruitloop, this is a job for the professionals now. I strongly advise you to get her to visit one and let them sort it out. If she keeps putting home colour on her hair, it will end up in very bad condition with no gaurentee that it will look right at the finish!
Good luck
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Thanks again for everyones help I have now booked her in to see if the professional can sort it out!!

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