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    you know the really really red dye you can now buy in the shops now, well how red does it actually come out? anyone used it?














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    I love red hair dye! Frankly, if I could have blood red hair, I would. Some of the vibrant reds are really red, but most of the time, they are darker in shades. However, be warned, red dye is the least stable on the hair, so it fades super duper uper quickly! I would get it done, or do it at home, but unfortunately I would be dying my hair every 3-4 weeks.

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    I am the unofficial hair dye queen, as I have been pretty much every shade you can imagine.

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    i have a packet in my bathroom- i may do it after Britains got talent- what could go wrong?














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    Is your hair really light? If it is you may end up with pink hair.

    And yes, I believe it grows out and can always be changed once again.

    Would love to see it once it's done.

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    only the grey bits are light and i already have a red shade on my hair- just not quite so bright lol


    its this one

    http://www.loreal-paris.co.uk/hair-c...let-power.aspx














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    Ooooo a fantastic shade. So the grey will just add dimension, because they will be a lighter shade. Should be gorgeous.

    It helps if you lower your shower temp, as with the warm water the red will wash out quicker.

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    cool! do you reckon it would be really washed out in 2 weeks?














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    Nah, the reds just fade very quickly so tonight will be the brightest it will be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreverducky, post: 127577
    Nah, the reds just fade very quickly so tonight will be the brightest it will be.
    i want it to look fab for the weekend after next as i'm away- will do it a few days before i think- thanks for you help Billie














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