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Old 07-26-2013, 01:54 PM   #1
 
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I've been pre poo'ing with coconut oil pretty much every time I wash... Also, doing a scalp massage with rosemary oil before applying the coconut. I find this helps my hair to not get overly dry when I wash and it's been working great.

Yesterday, I colored my hair (Ion demi permanent) and I was wondering if putting oil on my hair today would pull color? I've heard that using oils or DTs too soon after coloring can pull out the color. Is this true? Or will I be okay?
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I had the same question and colored my hair about a week ago. I read conflicting opinions on the internet and decided to go the conservative route and wait a week. Even then I only used a little to calm down my frizzies on 2nd day hair. I plan on doing a CO pretreatment, low poo, and PT tomorrow which will be about 10 days after my coloring.
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Old 07-27-2013, 08:50 PM   #3
 
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I had the same question and colored my hair about a week ago. I read conflicting opinions on the internet and decided to go the conservative route and wait a week. Even then I only used a little to calm down my frizzies on 2nd day hair. I plan on doing a CO pretreatment, low poo, and PT tomorrow which will be about 10 days after my coloring.
TY! i'll hold off for awhile then =D
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