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Old 05-25-2013, 01:59 PM   #21
 
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also, SusieSuze, is there any way you would know anything about honey? and how much lighter it would take my hair? and how long it would take (how many honey treatments)? thanks so much
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I just re-read what I wrote and forgot something super important!!

Once you put artificial pigments into your hair, permanent colour is not strong enough to lighten the already tinted hair. .. so if you've used even a semipermanent, you will not get perfect results.. the roots will lighten more.

Ok.. about honey. I have no personal experience but have seen photos and done some study. It looks like it would actually be great! The more porous your hair the better it would work. Curly haired people will be luckier with this method as our hair is usually a lot more porous!

The pictures and stories I've read indicate that it definitely works and the results are really nice.. I would try it if you are looking for an all over even lightening. Highlights where you have little sections of hair done would be very difficult to achieve as you need so many applications to get results.

Good luck with it, and my pleasure helping you out.
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I just re-read what I wrote and forgot something super important!!

Once you put artificial pigments into your hair, permanent colour is not strong enough to lighten the already tinted hair. .. so if you've used even a semipermanent, you will not get perfect results.. the roots will lighten more.

Ok.. about honey. I have no personal experience but have seen photos and done some study. It looks like it would actually be great! The more porous your hair the better it would work. Curly haired people will be luckier with this method as our hair is usually a lot more porous!

The pictures and stories I've read indicate that it definitely works and the results are really nice.. I would try it if you are looking for an all over even lightening. Highlights where you have little sections of hair done would be very difficult to achieve as you need so many applications to get results.

Good luck with it, and my pleasure helping you out.
awesome, so i havent used any dye before ever, so i think i should be ok with permanent dye.
as for the honey, i think i'll try out the honey for an all over even lightening, like u said, and then when ive achieved that, go for even blonder highlights just to add some definition and extra lightness. since the honey lifted some of the color, will it make it somehow easier to dye maybe? like, will the color take easier and safer? that would be really great.
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