Hair Color PROS HELP NEEDED HERE!

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  • 1 Post By curlypearl
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When do you think my hair will be healthy enough to dye again??
MY STORY:
Each Time i dyed it, i did my whole head.I dyed in about April 2012, May 2012. I big chopped in September 2012 and dyed my whole head again meaning previously dyed hair was then dyed AGAIN. for the 3rd time!(Possibly the 4th time. I cannot remember). and then after that the color still did not really take. I used developer and booster and dye from sallys and did highlights which still did not turn blonde or the color that I wanted.Just a few shades lighter. I give up on box dyes. And I want my hair to be as healthy as possible. However I do want to dye it again around April. I know to get it professionally done. Either way I want an Ombre effect. So Im looking for my hair to grow out the dye once I get it the color I want. HELPPPPPPPPP! lol I know this Scenario is all over the place. WHAT SHOULD I DO!??
My Hair!

  • 3c, not really coarse, not that fine either.
  • Some Frizz, Low porosity
  • Big Chop Sept 7,2012
  • Favorite Hair Style: Wash n Go
  • Favorite Conditioner: Aussie Moist
  • Favorite Leave in:Trader Joes Nourish Spa
  • Favorite Moisturizer:Grape Seed Oil
  • Favorite Styling Tools: MY HANDS !!!
The Picture from the Day of my BC
Not sure I qualify as a hair color pro, but I'll give it a shot since I've been coloring my hair for almost 40 years and have been blonde, red (disaster) and all shades of brown.

Yes, definitely go to a salon next time because you are having trouble. The best advice I can give is not to dye the whole head. If you must dye the whole head, make a commitment only to dye the roots as they come in after that. You can't keep dying all your hair over and over - it is just too damaging.

Before you go in for your next dye job, use a heavy duty protein treatment. You can get it at any drugstore. I think one is called EmergenCee. Follow that (in the same shower) with a heavy duty conditioning treatment. Just plan to spend at least an hour between these two treatments. Boring, I know, but it will help.

Also, if you are bound and determined to have hair that is wildly different from your natural color and requires a stripping dye job, consider a wig instead. I'm serious. Most brown and dark brown hair has to be stripped to become blonde or have that blonde ombre effect. A professional is what you need.

Good luck going forward with this!
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2/c and some 3A. Modified CG.
Protein sensitive
Highly porous. Color over grey.
Best 1st day method: Super Soaker
Conditioners: Curl Junkie Beauticurls Strengthening Conditioner,
Deep condish: Curl Junkie Curl Rehab
Stylers: Mix Curls in a Bottle into everything for shine. Terrible pj
Sometimes try roller sets - classic glamor but I prefer my curls.
Every day is a gift
Not sure I qualify as a hair color pro, but I'll give it a shot since I've been coloring my hair for almost 40 years and have been blonde, red (disaster) and all shades of brown.

Yes, definitely go to a salon next time because you are having trouble. The best advice I can give is not to dye the whole head. If you must dye the whole head, make a commitment only to dye the roots as they come in after that. You can't keep dying all your hair over and over - it is just too damaging.

Before you go in for your next dye job, use a heavy duty protein treatment. You can get it at any drugstore. I think one is called EmergenCee. Follow that (in the same shower) with a heavy duty conditioning treatment. Just plan to spend at least an hour between these two treatments. Boring, I know, but it will help.

Also, if you are bound and determined to have hair that is wildly different from your natural color and requires a stripping dye job, consider a wig instead. I'm serious. Most brown and dark brown hair has to be stripped to become blonde or have that blonde ombre effect. A professional is what you need.

Good luck going forward with this!
Originally Posted by curlypearl
Thank u! Ill have to look up the Emergencee protein treatment! And the only thing about wearing a wig is that everyone will know its a wig. :/ Other than that. I love them..Also yes I dont have THAT much hair right now and I do wanna go Blonde or do the whole ombre thing. I prefer to do it on already damaged hair though. Thats bcuz i feel like its already damaged. And I dont think it can be nursed back to healthy. I think it can be maintained though until I grow it out and then cut it. But Thatll be a LONG process. So I dunno. MAybe Ill leave it its natural color until I get to a year from when i cut it! But i really want something to brighten my hair for the summer. But the truth is, thats probably not the smartest/healthiest thing to do! Hmmmmm.....Thanks again!
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My Hair!

  • 3c, not really coarse, not that fine either.
  • Some Frizz, Low porosity
  • Big Chop Sept 7,2012
  • Favorite Hair Style: Wash n Go
  • Favorite Conditioner: Aussie Moist
  • Favorite Leave in:Trader Joes Nourish Spa
  • Favorite Moisturizer:Grape Seed Oil
  • Favorite Styling Tools: MY HANDS !!!
The Picture from the Day of my BC

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