04-15-2013, 07:02 PM
Join Date: Jun 2012
For more complex changes in colour, I would always recommend to go to a stylist that is specialized in colour (in The Netherlands you can go to tony&guy for such a specialist, but I'm not shure what it is like in your country). It will cost more, defenitely, but most 'usual' hairdressers are, in my experience, not capable of colouring hair that is already coloured.
I think there are different options for you:
1. growing the dyed hair out. Yes, it might look silly, but you keep the new hair healthy and you will not furhter damage the already bleached hair
2. go on with highlighting, but everytime have less of them, untill you don't have them anymore (speak with your stylist to make a plan about this)
3. add lowlights to your highlighted hair
but again, I'm not a stylist. But there is one thing I can defenitely not reccomend: trying to colour the bleached highlights in your own colour. It's so difficult to do that, it's almost 99% shure it will fail. And bleached hair can turn green when it's coloured darker again.
highlighted 3a hair. Fine, medium to high density. Not shure about porosity. Below shoulder blade lenght, aiming for waist!
loves: CJ products, co-washing, leave-in conditioner, prote´n, pineapple method, satin pillowcase
hates: glycerin in low dews, bleaching too much, scissor happy stylists
Experimenting with MSM&biotin and drying hair while wearing a braid or knot
CG since june 25, 2012
SL - APL - BSBL - BSL - MBL - WL (stretched)