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Oh, something fun I did this morning... spurned on by Robyn’s pinkness, I did some reseach on hair dye, and how likely it would be that I could get some colors in mine. I’m not sure if I really want to bleach a streak just so I can turn it red. But from everything I read, its not likely that it will work otherwise. If I could, I’d get some Manic Panic Hair Dye like Robyn uses. I think Infra Red maybe mixed with Pillarbox Red. And maybe Plum for a few strands. I’d really like to do like 5 curl chunks from the top, and maybe 5 underneath that would end up with showing the end of the curls. I wish that I knew that it would be enough of a change to even try it - if it was enough of a highlight to be worth it, I’d do it. But my hair IS pretty dark. Pooey!

Hee hee, so that’s one of the things I did today. Great fun smile

Comments

Even with my light blonde, to get the really vivid pink streaks I have to bleach the strands. For the cotton candy colored ones, I just put that on my regular blonde. I used a L'Oreal highlighting kit last night before dying some of the pieces and it worked out quite well. It comes with this little brush tool that helps you stay in the right place (and everything I didn’t want bleached and/or dyed was tied up or in a clip. It sounds scary, but it’s really easy!

For my first time, I went to a salon though, so I’d have a "pattern" to follow when I tried it myself. I’m not sure if this is what you’re going for, but Matrix makes an awesome red color for brunettes that I’d love to try if I wasn’t so fair-skinned:

http://www.tampatantrum.com/matrix_red.jpg

It’s called "RedLights by Matrix", and they have a salon locator here:

http://www.matrix.com/products/professional_color/index.htm

I was so nervous the first time, but I couldn’t wait to get my hair light enough to do it again this time! smile

I have used the RedLights... fantastic.

Coloring my hair is my little treat to me every couple of months. Some months it’s chunky highlights, sometimes it’s pulled through a cap with red all over. I love doing funky things with my hair. In December, when my hair is a little more healthy, I am going to do the RedLights in it... in time for Christmas!!

Wish you were closer to me... I would take you to my stylist. She works from her home... it’s like sitting around Dolly Parton’s place in Steel Magnolias!! And her colorwork is amazing. She custom mixes color for me each time.

For at least the first time, I would definitely recommend having a professional do it, since they can customize the colors for your skin tone and with your natural color. Have fun with it!!

The thing to remember is that it is only hair dye and if you hate it you can "do over". My husband used to say he never knew what color my hair would be when I came home from the beauty shop! So go for it!

My hair is about your color. I started out with color kits, and then eventually went to a salon, because it was starting to turn orange instead of red. My stylist explained to me that when you use store bought kits, they make your hair very porous, so basically every time you use it, it gets brighter and it fades quicker. I loved it at the salon. It was quick. My arms didn’t get tired. The color worked all the way through. (I had to use two boxes at home because my hair is so freakin' thick.) It was great. So I would suggest a stylist first also. She can help you pick a good color for your skin tone, and then you’ll have a better idea of what you want and how. smile

I have to add my 2 cents...

Red highlights on curly hair looks SO rad! I had it done once (professionally) and I was so superhappy with the results. A curl here, a curl there...red. When it faded. though...it looked orange. tounge out

If you’re nervous about going to a stylist...try something a little less drastic maybe. Have you seen those color washes (like Casting or Natural Instincts or whatever it is called)? They’re semi-perm and you can not screw it up. Curly hair is really forgiving for that too.

Remember to buy a couple of boxes though. All that hair...

I’ve got pretty light blonde hair naturally. I used a reddish-orangish hair dye in it that was supposed to last 28 shampoos, but its stayed in a little bit still, its kind of a strawberry blonde.
I have really thick curly hair. It has chunky layers it in, and it goes a little bit past my shoulders. I am thinking of getting a permanent dye, probably a dark red or something, and putting it on the bottom layers of my hair, so it would just stick out a little, and I won’t have roots in top. Does this sound like a good idea?

I’ve got pretty light blonde hair naturally. I used a reddish-orangish hair dye in it that was supposed to last 28 shampoos, but its stayed in a little bit still, its kind of a strawberry blonde.
I have really thick curly hair. It has chunky layers it in, and it goes a little bit past my shoulders. I am thinking of getting a permanent dye, probably a dark red or something, and putting it on the bottom layers of my hair, so it would just stick out a little, and I won’t have roots in top. Does this sound like a good idea?

Hi,
i have some questions! I’m 12 years old (yeah, i know!0 and i want to get red highlights for june 17th for our last day of 6th, and also for a rollerskating trip. I want to get something temporary, something that washes off with shampoo. You know, but NOT any of those halloween phony colors that you spray on your hair (they stink!). Please, please, PLEASE contact me soon! i’d really appriciate it if you did! Sorry, g2g 9writing fast and sloppy!).

-Kalina

I just got red highlights added and wow they are so great and sexy looking...wished i’d done this sooner. I recommend to try it out for the summer.

catbug

hi my name is brittani and i have a problem i am wanting to streak my hair with the looks of kelly clarkson cd cover called ''thankful''
and i am dyeing to get the blond/red streak looks but the problem is it cost more for two colors and i cannot affort it! so i choosed to stick with bleach streaks..... but the problem is when ever i go and get my hair done they end up doing very thin streaks that you can barley see and it was a wase of my money and they didnt even bother to do it my way.... so what a wast of $60.00 but i was wondering if you know a great place or a person who can do my hair the way i want it to be, i live in lasvegas area in henderson.... please help me!
sencerily i’m despreat for kellys hair!

hello i have just dyed my hair. It was supposed to look dark blonde but it turned out light red. I really do not like it. how long do i have to wait until i can dye is back to brown? Thanks so much for helping

sad okay i have dirty blonde hair with light blonde streaks and i really need a change! but the bad thing is, im a model so u cant dye your hair funky colours! so im stuck withsleep hairsad any ideas??

heiiz...i really want to dye my hair wif red hightlightz permanetly! and so i bought dis hair dye....and u can dye it all over ur head...and i juss wanna noe can yew still make hightlights even doe u bout one of doez hair dyezconfused if so any ideas how i can do itconfused

heiiz...i really want to dye my hair wif red hightlightz permanetly! and so i bought dis hair dye....and u can dye it all over ur head...and i juss wanna noe can yew still make hightlights even doe u bout one of doez hair dyezconfused if so any ideas how i can do itconfused

hey i just did the worst thing i think i ever did i died my hair blonde and it came out oragnge so i died it drown but i came oout dark dark blonde then i took it out wiht color zap and tried to die it dark blonde agian but it came out orange?!?!? i really need some help im a mess i cant stop thinking about it what do i have to do? to maybe make it blonder? or shouldi die it in a few weeks or somtihng?

hey i just did the worst thing i think i ever did i died my hair blonde and it came out oragnge so i died it drown but i came oout dark dark blonde then i took it out wiht color zap and tried to die it dark blonde agian but it came out orange?!?!? i really need some help im a mess i cant stop thinking about it what do i have to do? to maybe make it blonder? or shouldi die it in a few weeks or somtihng?sleep

hey i just did the worst thing i think i ever did i died my hair blonde and it came out oragnge so i died it drown but i came oout dark dark blonde then i took it out wiht color zap and tried to die it dark blonde agian but it came out orange?!?!? i really need some help im a mess i cant stop thinking about it what do i have to do? to maybe make it blonder? or shouldi die it in a few weeks or somtihngconfused

Quench the Thirst of Frizzy Hair
By Diana Dudas

It seems like such an enigma. Of the hundred or so emails I receive daily, the same question pops up endlessly. Why is my hair so, FRIZZY and dry, coarse or brittle? I intend to try and solve this mystery. And my first clue has to do with moisture deficiency!
Oil and Water...
90% of us suffer with dry brittle or frizzy hair because our hair is deficient of (moisture) WATER! There is a certain preconceived notion that has been passed on from generation to generation. That is the idea that our hair is dry, because we are lacking in natural oils. We are told that if we nurture our hair by brushing vigorously 100 times a day, or if we nurture our hair with hot oil treatments and cholesterols. If we do all of these things, then we are sure to be blessed with beautiful, shiny and healthy locks. This might be the case, if you have young virgin (hair that is not chemically treated) hair. But this is certainly not the case, once you have impaled your tresses, with harsh chemicals such as bleaches and alkaline permanents. Or if you have naturally curly hair,
Naturally Curly Hair...
Those of you who have curly hair, have these curls, because of a curvature of the hair follicles .A normal hair follicle under a microscope would be seen as perfectly straight. However yours would have a definite bend in it. This causes the hair to curl. Where the hair curves it compels the cuticle (the outer layer of the hair) to lift.
The cuticle...
Under a microscope, A cuticle is similar in appearance to shingles on a roof. When the hair is in good condition, and is straight and has good porosity the tiles or cuticle layers are tight together and in perfect in shape, giving the hair a smooth appearance. This makes light reflect off the hair enhancing shine! When hair is in bad conditioner, is curly or has poor porosity, the cuticle layers are lifted and sometimes damaged and broken. This makes the hair feel coarse and brittle. It also causes the hair to absorb light, giving the appearance of dull lifeless hair.
To sum up this scenario. Because curly haired cuticle layer is permanently lifted, it feels, coarse, and brittle and has no brilliance. Hence the dull, lifeless look. It also means that our hair has poor porosity.
Porosity...
Is the ability for hair to be able to absorb and retain moisture. The best way for me to explain this is to would be for you to imagine a sponge. First of all imagine a brand new sponge. It will have tiny holes in it, and when you immerse it in water, it will soak up a large quantity, and be able to hold that liquid for a long period of time. This is because it has good porosity. Now imagine an old sponge. Its holes have become damaged and distorted. It might even be torn in some areas. When you immerse this sponge in the same amount of liquid, it will absorb far less and will certainly not be able to retain the moisture so readily.
It is the same with hair. Hair that has poor porosity will not be able to absorb or retain moisture as well as hair that has good porosity. making hair permanently dry.
Hot oil treatments...
Traditions have taught many of us that lavishly applying oil to our hair will give us the soft, shiny hair that we all desire. However more often than not, the opposite takes place. Most oils if they are not essential oils do not have the ability to penetrate into the hair shaft. Nor do heavy cholesterols. What they will do, is to lay on top of the cuticle, and coat the cuticle. This may give the hair some Brilliance. However, it will also coat the hair. And causes product build up.
Product build up...
Once the hair is coated, your problems will commence. First of all, the moisture that our hair so desperately needs will not be able to permeate through the wall of product build. The moisture is then not able to find its way underneath the cuticle layer. The hair cannot then be conditioned. Also the oils will not diffuse, but sit on top of the cuticle layer. If you use any kind of hot styling tools such as blow dryers or hot irons, what will happen to your hair, is exactly what happens when you put an egg into a hot pan. It will fry!
If you live in a sunny climate, the oil will do the same thing. The sun will heat the oil and fry your hair. You must have heard the term, my hair feels fried.
Optimum condition...
For hair to be in tiptop conditioner is has to have a moisture (water) content of at least 8%, and the right balance of protein and natural oil. Most of us produce enough natural oil (sebum), to keep our hair healthy, but lack the moisture. After having a chemical service your moisture level will drop as low as 2%, causing, drying of the hair, followed by split ends. The same will happen with constant use of blow-dryers and hot styling tools, such as curling or flat irons. If the moisture level is not restored to its optimum 8%; by the use of good moisturizing products your hair will ultimately become brittle and possibly break.
What to do...
You need to give your hair lots of TLC, with shampoos that are designed to restore your hairs moisture level to its optimum 8%. Along with intense conditioners that will help to repair damaged cuticles, improve porosity, elasticity and general health and appearance of your hair. Avoid product build by using products that contain natural ingredients. Also avoid hot oil treatments, heavy cholesterol type conditioners, petroleum-based and silicone-based products. Also hairsprays, mousses and gels that have a high alcohol or butane content.
Those of you with naturally curly, wavy or frizzy hair, those of you who use hot styling tools or who chemically treat your hair, will need to give your hair extra nurturing by supplying it with the necessary nutrition and moisture that it needs. Sun worshippers need to make sure that your hair care products have sunscreen properties to protect your hair from the damaging affects of the UV rays.
Summary...
Our hair needs MOISTURE, MOISTURE, and MOISTURE! Who needs to add moisture more than most? People with naturally curly hair, chemically treated, hot styling tool users or people who live in hot sunny and arid climates.

Please feel free to email me with any hair care questions that you may have at DUDASDIANA@AOL.COM
Copyright 2002

Author is an expert with more than 28 years experience in the beauty industry. She has answered over 2000 questions for allexperts.com and has had her work published in many well-respected beauty magazines both online and off.


Quench the Thirst of Frizzy Hair
By Diana Dudas

It seems like such an enigma. Of the hundred or so emails I receive daily, the same question pops up endlessly. Why is my hair so, FRIZZY and dry, coarse or brittle? I intend to try and solve this mystery. And my first clue has to do with moisture deficiency!
Oil and Water...
90% of us suffer with dry brittle or frizzy hair because our hair is deficient of (moisture) WATER! There is a certain preconceived notion that has been passed on from generation to generation. That is the idea that our hair is dry, because we are lacking in natural oils. We are told that if we nurture our hair by brushing vigorously 100 times a day, or if we nurture our hair with hot oil treatments and cholesterols. If we do all of these things, then we are sure to be blessed with beautiful, shiny and healthy locks. This might be the case, if you have young virgin (hair that is not chemically treated) hair. But this is certainly not the case, once you have impaled your tresses, with harsh chemicals such as bleaches and alkaline permanents. Or if you have naturally curly hair,
Naturally Curly Hair...
Those of you who have curly hair, have these curls, because of a curvature of the hair follicles .A normal hair follicle under a microscope would be seen as perfectly straight. However yours would have a definite bend in it. This causes the hair to curl. Where the hair curves it compels the cuticle (the outer layer of the hair) to lift.
The cuticle...
Under a microscope, A cuticle is similar in appearance to shingles on a roof. When the hair is in good condition, and is straight and has good porosity the tiles or cuticle layers are tight together and in perfect in shape, giving the hair a smooth appearance. This makes light reflect off the hair enhancing shine! When hair is in bad conditioner, is curly or has poor porosity, the cuticle layers are lifted and sometimes damaged and broken. This makes the hair feel coarse and brittle. It also causes the hair to absorb light, giving the appearance of dull lifeless hair.
To sum up this scenario. Because curly haired cuticle layer is permanently lifted, it feels, coarse, and brittle and has no brilliance. Hence the dull, lifeless look. It also means that our hair has poor porosity.
Porosity...
Is the ability for hair to be able to absorb and retain moisture. The best way for me to explain this is to would be for you to imagine a sponge. First of all imagine a brand new sponge. It will have tiny holes in it, and when you immerse it in water, it will soak up a large quantity, and be able to hold that liquid for a long period of time. This is because it has good porosity. Now imagine an old sponge. Its holes have become damaged and distorted. It might even be torn in some areas. When you immerse this sponge in the same amount of liquid, it will absorb far less and will certainly not be able to retain the moisture so readily.
It is the same with hair. Hair that has poor porosity will not be able to absorb or retain moisture as well as hair that has good porosity. making hair permanently dry.
Hot oil treatments...
Traditions have taught many of us that lavishly applying oil to our hair will give us the soft, shiny hair that we all desire. However more often than not, the opposite takes place. Most oils if they are not essential oils do not have the ability to penetrate into the hair shaft. Nor do heavy cholesterols. What they will do, is to lay on top of the cuticle, and coat the cuticle. This may give the hair some Brilliance. However, it will also coat the hair. And causes product build up.
Product build up...
Once the hair is coated, your problems will commence. First of all, the moisture that our hair so desperately needs will not be able to permeate through the wall of product build. The moisture is then not able to find its way underneath the cuticle layer. The hair cannot then be conditioned. Also the oils will not diffuse, but sit on top of the cuticle layer. If you use any kind of hot styling tools such as blow dryers or hot irons, what will happen to your hair, is exactly what happens when you put an egg into a hot pan. It will fry!
If you live in a sunny climate, the oil will do the same thing. The sun will heat the oil and fry your hair. You must have heard the term, my hair feels fried.
Optimum condition...
For hair to be in tiptop conditioner is has to have a moisture (water) content of at least 8%, and the right balance of protein and natural oil. Most of us produce enough natural oil (sebum), to keep our hair healthy, but lack the moisture. After having a chemical service your moisture level will drop as low as 2%, causing, drying of the hair, followed by split ends. The same will happen with constant use of blow-dryers and hot styling tools, such as curling or flat irons. If the moisture level is not restored to its optimum 8%; by the use of good moisturizing products your hair will ultimately become brittle and possibly break.
What to do...
You need to give your hair lots of TLC, with shampoos that are designed to restore your hairs moisture level to its optimum 8%. Along with intense conditioners that will help to repair damaged cuticles, improve porosity, elasticity and general health and appearance of your hair. Avoid product build by using products that contain natural ingredients. Also avoid hot oil treatments, heavy cholesterol type conditioners, petroleum-based and silicone-based products. Also hairsprays, mousses and gels that have a high alcohol or butane content.
Those of you with naturally curly, wavy or frizzy hair, those of you who use hot styling tools or who chemically treat your hair, will need to give your hair extra nurturing by supplying it with the necessary nutrition and moisture that it needs. Sun worshippers need to make sure that your hair care products have sunscreen properties to protect your hair from the damaging affects of the UV rays.
Summary...
Our hair needs MOISTURE, MOISTURE, and MOISTURE! Who needs to add moisture more than most? People with naturally curly hair, chemically treated, hot styling tool users or people who live in hot sunny and arid climates.

Please feel free to email me with any hair care questions that you may have at DUDASDIANA@AOL.COM
Copyright 2002

Author is an expert with more than 28 years experience in the beauty industry. She has answered over 2000 questions for allexperts.com and has had her work published in many well-respected beauty magazines both online and off.


ok I am gonna dye my hair black then put thick blond streaks then do most of those blond streaks with a blue hair dye and a red hair dye so most of my hair is black and I will have realativly thick blue and red streaks then small blond streaks and I was wondering what I can do to keep my frizzing to a minimum like buying a certain kind of bleaching kit or something. see I have dyed my hair many many times and I have only frizzed once and that was when I bleached it this last time but I am just asking for help just in case I frizz from using so many dyes but I will take any advice U can give so I can avoid as many problems as possible.thanks for any help I get!!

hey i have red hair and i have wated to change it for the longest time. I just have one question im not quite sure what color to dye it. Please help me.

hey, i have naturally fairly blonde hair, however i want it even blonder like Paris Hilton;s. What is the best dye to use on it bleach? or is that too harsh? any ideas would be rally appreciated. thank u

I came across this page while searching for hair dye info (apparently, like everyone else) . Why is everyone asking for advice in the comments? Did anyone even read the original post? This post is over 2 years old and people still come by and act as though it’s a current free advice forum. Try Google, people.

confused

hello there.....i recently had my hair colored (reddish brown) and the streaks are (light blonde)..however when i showered after that the streaks aren’t in one place anymore. does anybody here, who has streaks in their hair, how to make the streaks stay together? if so, much appreciated if you let me know. thanks!

my hair was medium brown, i used sun in, i hate it my hair has an orange tint, some say i cant dye it, some say i can, is there a shampoo i can use to tone it down? please help

Hello! I had blonde hair before I dyed it medium brown with the 28-washes stuff.

Now my older sister is telling me that it will never go blonde again, even after 28-washes.

Is she right?? sad

i used to be a dark blonde colour and i a went to ther hairdressers to get light blonde higlightes put in my hair and yes !it turned bright bright yellow :sadsad i hate it i refuse to go into school tomorow and i have a really important week plzplzplz how do i dye over the blonde with a darker colour without it going ginger i am tempted to shave it off and wear a hat for about 5 year .......not sum 1 plz ryt bk and help me xxxxxxxxmail

can yoou tell me what can make my hair whiter plzzzz as ive just died it and want it brighter more white and not orangey are yellowy

i have .. well had.. blonde hair.. and then i just died it black. it looks really bad. is there any way that i can take the dye outta my hair without redying it?
butterfly

thanks!

I dyed my hair plum brown and i hate it . my skin looks dull and lifeless with this color what can i do to get rid of it or cover it up. will a dark brown espresso color work? help? its only a semi but I just did it and hate it cant wear it nay longer.

Hi my names lindsay, and i have a problem.You see my natural hair colour is dirty blonde with a little red and i decided to dye it black(becasue im dumb lol) and now i dont want it black i want dirty blonde again do i use a colour with bleach? any ideas please get back to me im DESPREATE! thanks so much.

ok well i have a problem too... um my natural hair color is a light blonde and about 4 months ago i dyed my hair a dark brown and and kept trying to dye it myself so then my roots dont show anymore. but now my roots show, and i want to get my hair back to blonde like before.. maybe kind of like Paris Hiltons color. i dont know what to do. should I get my hair professionally done?

hi there , i have a light brown hair and i put sun in , in my hair i hate it and i really wanna dye it the same couler as kelly clackson is that possible ? xxxxxflowerribbonprheart

I HAVE DIRTY BLONDE HAIR. I WAS JUST WONDERING WHAT COLOR STREAKS WOULD GO WITH MY DIRTY BLONDE HAIRconfused

Hm. I have natural dark/dirty blonde hair. About three months ago I dyed it a brilliant, electric red. It was amazing! I loved it, and I got a lot of compliments. Unfortunately, it was only supposed to stay in for about 8-10 shampoos. Yeah, it faded a lot, but there is still a whole insane bunch of red in my hair. It turned my hair a lighter color, and now it looks strawberry-blonde. I’ve got two ideas currently fresh in my mind..

Do I go black?
Or do I go black, then lighten it with purple?

Then, there’s the inevitable; shall I leave it to grow out?

Thank you in advance for the advice..

music .Sofii music

Hey, I want to get my hair streaked some colour, but I don’t know what colour I should use..My hair is dirty blonde, and I want to fool around with it and add in some colour of awesome-ness. I was thinking of a red-ish colour..maybe leaning toward a burgendy. Well, I would appreciate your adivce. Thanks, Bec. music

HI, My hair dresser died my hair with a semi-permanent hair dye, after she was done with me, my hair was just dull and lifeless, after about 3 months I noticed that my hair was growing with a different texture and color. My natural hair color is dark brown and my hair is now growing almost black with a really bad texture to it , it’s like a crooked and just really napy texture, it is terribly damaged . Any idea of what has happened to my hair. I went to a see 2 dermatologist and they did not have a clue? sad

Beauticians say..... Dye is bad. They administer colors.
Aren’t colors also bad since they are also chemicals. Is there any method to color my hair without chemicalsconfused?:candle

died my hair black suppose to be dark brown but came out black wanting to put highlights s in but not shue what color i should do anyn ideas?

Alright so i used sun-in (i know i know) and it didn’t work so well ... now my hair is some strange orange/blonde variation....and i really need to do something about it! Is there anything i can do? can i die it? i have heard certain bleaches are ok? if i keep using it will the orange maybe bleach out? please help me!!!

hey
my hair is naturaly light brwon but i have dyes it dark brown and i want to die it like houney blonde but i dont want to go to a salon and i dont want my hair to go ginger i dunno what to duu!!!!

OMG I just highlighted my hair with what was SUPPOSED to come to a copper colour!!!!!! But no it came to and orange colour. Is there anyway to lighten the dye or something!!!confused? Please anyone who knows what too do email me!!!!!!!!

dude, thanks for the link to Manic Panic Hair. i’ve decided to buy it

hi!! well where do i start??!! i am 15 now and i have been dying my hair scince i was lyk 13! i kno its dredful!!
but one day i decided to dye my hair brown agen because i had red highlights that wer tooo red!! so i went to dye it back my natural colour medium brown, but oh boy it turned out black!! so i went to the salon to get it lightened! so they put hair bleach in my hair and then it went orange red! i look like a natural red head and i hate it1 IT WONT COME OUT AND EVERY TIME I DYE IT IT fades after like 2 days gggrrrr! what can i do to get the red tones out of itconfused? i just want my brown hair backconfused?? is there a special chemeical that gets rid of red?? will i get it done proffesionally?

hi, i have medium/dark brown hair. I would love to have pillerbox red hair, but i am really not sure about bleaching my hair! has anyone heard of any bright red dyes that would show up on my darker hair?

amy_rules@msn.com

i ahve used a dark red/copper dye on my hair before and this seemed to work, but what i would really like is RED hair.
thank you
x x x x

hiya ok then one morin i woke up n decided 2 put a reali dark black under neath my hair n wen i had it dun i didnt like it at all it woz horrible then a day after that i put like a brown under neaf n it ses on the bak of the box it takes black but it did nt it made it the same coulor agen n now i wont 2 change the coulor so wot wud happen if i woz to put a blonde under it wot wud happen and i jus wonna get rid of it k thank u

I have chocolate brown hair and I want to streak my hair a cobalt blue color but I do not want to bleach it first because my hair becomes very damaged everytime I have even gotten copper colored highlights. Does anyone know any companies that make bright colored hair dyes like purples, blues and greens for people with dark hair that do not require you to bleach your hair first?

hey
for halloween me and my friend are being glinda and elphaba from wicked. im being glinda, who if you dont know has really blonde hair, my one problem is im a brunette sad . so me and my firend thought that i should dye my hair instead of getting a stupid wig. I need temporary blonde hair dye that shows and doesnt look yellow and icky!!! HELP!!!