Apr 11, 2012
I just went red and am considering using that tip of using semi-permanent dyes to pump up my color. Kinda concerned that it will stain my clothes though. Any advice?
Apr 13, 2012
I also get questions on my hair color all the time (along with girls who point and ask their parents if they can dye their hair this color - I always feel so bad for the parents!) and the one thing I warn people about is that it's not just color loss in the shower: my sheets, pillowcases, and towels are all pink because I got tired of them getting stained by color and decided it was better if they just started off that way!
Apr 15, 2012
I've died my hair red for a few years now, and I've always preferred going for a more natural auburn than a bright vibrant red. It's been a few months since I last dyed it, but do you have any suggestions for a 'natural auburn' color product to use? I've used L'oreal Preference RR07 for the longest time as it's worked pretty well for the color I want, and I take pretty good care of my hair outside of dying it. I do straighten it from time to time, but I try to limit how often I do it.
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