curl damage with demi color?

back in August (pre-CG) I bleached my hair a light brown/dark blond color and HATED it . I then put in a dark brown demi-permanent color in September and it has slowly been fading out. I would like to put it in again now, but i'm scared Will it mess up my curl pattern that I've been trying so desperately hard to fix??


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Unfortunately, I don't know the answer to your question, but I dye my hair with permanent dye which is more damaging than demi. A week in advance I do a protein treatment followed by extreme deep treatment. That seems to protect.

Sorry I don't have exact information. Hope it works out for you.
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I'm a stylist....while you always end up with some damage when you chemically treat, the demi is much less damaging than the highlighting is. I use a demi once a month or so with no problems. When I highlight first I have issues for awhile afterwards. HTH!

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I'm a stylist....while you always end up with some damage when you chemically treat, the demi is much less damaging than the highlighting is. I use a demi once a month or so with no problems. When I highlight first I have issues for awhile afterwards. HTH!
Originally Posted by rymorg2
I actually got my whole head dyed, not just highlighted. Will it stretch out my curls? How should I prepare my hair before and after the Demi coloring?


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Unfortunately, I don't know the answer to your question, but I dye my hair with permanent dye which is more damaging than demi. A week in advance I do a protein treatment followed by extreme deep treatment. That seems to protect.

Sorry I don't have exact information. Hope it works out for you.
Originally Posted by curlypearl
How often do u dye your hair? And have u noticed any changes in your curl patterns?


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I'm a stylist....while you always end up with some damage when you chemically treat, the demi is much less damaging than the highlighting is. I use a demi once a month or so with no problems. When I highlight first I have issues for awhile afterwards. HTH!
Originally Posted by rymorg2
I actually got my whole head dyed, not just highlighted. Will it stretch out my curls? How should I prepare my hair before and after the Demi coloring?
Originally Posted by ivycharlaine

I wasn't clear....

The highlights you did get are the most damaged areas. They will still be damaged; you won't see the problems when you use a demi all over like you did with the highlights. While you still will have SOME damage, imo the damage I get from a demi is negligible. It doesn't stretch my curls, while a highlight will.

As for how to treat it prior, make sure you do some deep treatments before and after, though not necessarily just prior. If you're modified you can clarify just prior to remove build up, leaving it on for a few mins. You'll get more even results that way.

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