Jan 06, 2013
I have medium fair skin with green eyes. I wanna dye my hair red but not bright red. I have dyed my hair red before & which it slightly still is but I wanna go redder, any suggestions on the color I should go? also which brand I should use? (:
Like natural red or burgendy
more like burgendy but I don't want it to be to dark were you can't tell its red (:
noo I couldn't pull that off, way more darker. but it looks great on you (:
Ummm , I know of this hairdye is about 3 tones darker then mine but I forgot the name it's my loreal
thanks ill have to look at theirs I use john freida but they have selective.colors
Found it it's in the color red hot , I' think it would match you :)
thannk youu (: !
Have you gotten your hair professionally done?
I say go to a salon. It's expensive but trust me. Red can easily turn into orange.
Framesi 2001 (or Fram Color) Professional Hair Color is the absolute BEST for reds. I used to be a Corporate trainer training stylists how to use it and its the best color line hands down. Next is Wella Koelston, but reds can be tricky and a trained colorist is less expensive than a cheap or do it yourself job that will cost a large amount to fix if done wrong. Framesi makes their pigments reflective & shiny and allows the colorist to completely tailor the formula exactly how you want it. Good luck!
jennifer t. : I like that but maybe a tad bit darker. & no I've never gotten professional color always been to scared plus I heard you can use box dye after you go (:
thanks lauren & krissy ill keep thay in mind (:
Auburn I have the same complexion but blue eyes and I have natural auburn res hair 👍
sierra that color looks great.
I just dyed my hair red, hop over to Sally's and ask a staff member. Their usually great help;)
Jan 07, 2013
thanks alot. all the help has helped alot!
@Alia R what do you use for your red?
Amber, I would REALLY recommend a professional when working with red. It can easily go wrong. You can look at pics that girls are posting and them telling you what they used but just because it turned out one way on them does NOT mean it will do the same with your hair. There are several things that affect the outcome of color. 1) the current color/level that your hair is now. 2) whether or not you have existing color or virgin hair, 3.) porosity/texture of your hair. If you decide to choose a professional do your research online. it will be worth it. you want to LOVE your hair when you're finished. Be careful and good luck!
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