Hi everyone! I would like to get suggestion for my hair. I have a natural asian black hair but I bleached it to level 10 about six months ago. A month ago, I asked my hairdresser to use loreal dialight 8 something on it. Yesterday I touched up my root and asked my hairdresser to strip the remaining dialight on my hair because it was on level 8 at the moment. So she bleached my roots and she put 10vol on my dyed hair to strip the remaining dialight. By that time, my ends were back on level 10 but my roots probably on level 8. I told her that I want orange/red hair (kinda like Clary Fray-Katherine McNamara from Shadowhunters series) so she gave me majirel/majirouge 7.40 to all of my hair and it ended up with a disaster. My roots came out too orange for what I wished it to be and the ends came out much lighter than the roots (kinda orangey pastel). I don't know if it probably because of my hair were too white to begin with or because it was too damaged that it couldn't pick up more color. So I would like to ask suggestion on what I should do? Should I tone it with purple shampoo? Or dye it again with a darker shade of rubilane because I really want Katherine McNamara's shade of red. Thank you very much
I'd second that recommendation. They make some of my favorite natural auburn shades and they won't do any additional damage to your hair. I'd probably stick to semi-permanent dyes at this point anyways, since, as you've suggested, more permanent dye might damage your ends too much to hold more colour.
Start with a strand test top be sure, but you might want to do a slightly ombre from your roots to your ends so you don't need to worry about the differences in the bases.
I will third that suggestion.
Try adding something like Adore Copper Brown, since your base is already very orange
Hi thank you so much for your suggestions. I lived in Indonesia and it is so hard to find semi-hair dye. The only semi-hair dye I can buy online in here are Pravana, Pulp Riot and ManicPanic :( but they don't have natural shade that I'm looking for. How about permanent hair dye ammonia free? Is it safe for my hair?
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I'll also say I've liked Adore's dye - I tried them for the first time recently since my preferred brand is now over twice the price of what it used to be (special effects, probably because they're so often out of stock), and I like very much. It does look like the color is currently too light; good news is that it's easier to go dark than light. Good luck! :)
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