Black/green to dark silver/grey?by AyetatoPosted 1 week, 2 days ago
Hey! First time posting here cuz i am a little skeptic.
I didnt wanted to dye my hair for a long time (lets say i wanted too..but i didnt.) i have black dyed hair with a part of toned green in there for a loong, looong time now. (So long the BLACK PERMANENT DYE is washing out quite a bit)
Ive had maaany hair colors. Like almost every color so far.
Black just suits me the best, but silver is also pretty nice on me.
So now i reaally want to dye it now to dark silver again. (I am pretty familiar with it, i also dyed the hair of friends a lot (for like 5-6 years now.))
So the dyieng prozess is pretty easy for me, the only problem i got is...get the current hair dye out. I fried my hair one time trying different things out , bc i was about to shave it all off anyways. That i couldn't stop dyeing it in different colors every few weeks is another thing as why i am a little scared now.
My hair WAS in a pretty bad shape, but due to a lot of rebuilding and hair care over many months and cutting off the cursed parts (hah, yeah i call the fried hair cursed) my hair is really healthy for what i have done to them. (They feel and look like actual hair lmao)
So what i am asking ist, got anybody some good tips of how to get rid of the current hair color? I tried many hair color remover but they did more damage than they did their job. I want to get the curtent hair color out as much as i can, cuz i am naturally blonde actually. (Obviously it wont go blonde with just hair color removal, i know that)
So yeah..the prozess will take a few weeks of course, i just need to get the color out, so if you guys have experience or any advice, i would love to hear them!
Thank you !
by vivienne StaffPosted 1 week, 1 day ago
The article below has a list of fading strategies I like to use from least damaging to most. Honestly, I'm not sure how much more of the green you can get out. Your goal shade is pretty light, and it really does require basically a level 10 base. Personally, I would only try fading with shampoo-based methods at most and if you can get the green down to a minty shade, you might be able to get away with a grey with a touch of pink added in to counteract it. If that's not really working, though, you might want to just let it grow out. Your hair is pretty similar in length to mine, maybe a bit shorter, and it takes me about 9-12 months to completely grow out my hair. I know that sounds like an eternity, but it might be something to consider just as a backup plan if the fading isn't working. If you can easily separate the green bits, just don't dye those and you can keep touching up the rest of your hair with black.
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