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Emerald

United States

#1 Apr 10, 2013
I bleached my hair around Christmas time three times within the course of like two months, maybe less. I got uneven color, some parts were platinum some were like a brassy strawberry blonde. So I dyed over it (semi permanent) with red. It was too red so I dyed over that with black cherry red. The colors still uneven and now I just wanna start over and go back to the blotchy blonde, then maybe use a permanent blue black color. But how damaging is a color stripper/corrector? Because my hair is way fried (I purchased multiple conditioners, do regular olive oil treatments, and only wash my hair about once a week). And is there ANY WAY AT ALL I can make the blonde an EVEN platinum?
Krystal Hager Seaton

Owensboro, KY

#2 Apr 10, 2013
I need one because all my hair is fallin out because of the drugs i do. I cant even clip anything in because theres not enough hair left to clip onto
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Crothersville, IN

#3 Apr 10, 2013
A color corrector is not damaging, but when you strip the color it won't go blonde or your natural color. If your hair is to damaged it wouldn't be the best idea to color correct, because you will still have to put color on it or try to lift it to the blonde you want. There is a product that is called k-pak reconstructive. It is the best thing I have found for damaged hair.
Oh wow

Owensboro, KY

#4 Apr 10, 2013
Emerald wrote:
I bleached my hair around Christmas time three times within the course of like two months, maybe less. I got uneven color, some parts were platinum some were like a brassy strawberry blonde. So I dyed over it (semi permanent) with red. It was too red so I dyed over that with black cherry red. The colors still uneven and now I just wanna start over and go back to the blotchy blonde, then maybe use a permanent blue black color. But how damaging is a color stripper/corrector? Because my hair is way fried (I purchased multiple conditioners, do regular olive oil treatments, and only wash my hair about once a week). And is there ANY WAY AT ALL I can make the blonde an EVEN platinum?
Hunny, stop buying over the counter cheap Walmart hair crap and go to a real salon and let them fix it professionally before it's too late. If its not already!
Emerald

United States

#5 Apr 10, 2013
[QUOTE who="...."]A color corrector is not damaging, but when you strip the color it won't go blonde or your natural color. If your hair is to damaged it wouldn't be the best idea to color correct, because you will still have to put color on it or try to lift it to the blonde you want. There is a product that is called k-pak reconstructive. It is the best thing I have found for damaged hair.[/QUOTE]

Why wouldn't my hair go back to blonde?
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Crothersville, IN

#6 Apr 10, 2013
Emerald wrote:
[QUOTE who="...."]A color corrector is not damaging, but when you strip the color it won't go blonde or your natural color. If your hair is to damaged it wouldn't be the best idea to color correct, because you will still have to put color on it or try to lift it to the blonde you want. There is a product that is called k-pak reconstructive. It is the best thing I have found for damaged hair. "

Why wouldn't my hair go back to blonde?
It's called contributing pigment. It would turn orange, gold, red, or some other color. You can't go from having black hair to blonde hair in one setting with out your hair falling out.
Emerald

United States

#7 Apr 10, 2013
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It's called contributing pigment. It would turn orange, gold, red, or some other color. You can't go from having black hair to blonde hair in one setting with out your hair falling out.[/QUOTE]

I dont have black hair I bleached it then dyed it with a semi permanent red, then the next day dyed it black cherry red.
Emerald

United States

#8 Apr 10, 2013
[QUOTE who="...."]<quote d text>
It's called contributing pigment. It would turn orange, gold, red, or some other color. You can't go from having black hair to blonde hair in one setting with out your hair falling out.[/QUOTE]

In other words, there's blonde under the red. Blotchy blonde, but still blonde.
Emerald

United States

#9 Apr 10, 2013
Oh wow wrote:
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Hunny, stop buying over the counter cheap Walmart hair crap and go to a real salon and let them fix it professionally before it's too late. If its not already!
I dont buy "Wal-Mart hair crap". I only buy Sallys hair crap.
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Crothersville, IN

#10 Apr 11, 2013
Emerald wrote:
[QUOTE who="...."]<quote d text>
It's called contributing pigment. It would turn orange, gold, red, or some other color. You can't go from having black hair to blonde hair in one setting with out your hair falling out. "

In other words, there's blonde under the red. Blotchy blonde, but still blonde.
Yeah the blonde is still under all of the other color.
Emerald

United States

#11 Apr 11, 2013
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Yeah the blonde is still under all of the other color.[/QUOTE]

I got the GVP joico kpak. And a protein filler. I'm going to dye my whole head john friedas blue black. Would the blue part of the blue black react with the red and cause it to be purple?
....

Owensboro, KY

#12 Apr 11, 2013
Emerald wrote:
[QUOTE who="...."]<quote d text>
Yeah the blonde is still under all of the other color. "

I got the GVP joico kpak. And a protein filler. I'm going to dye my whole head john friedas blue black. Would the blue part of the blue black react with the red and cause it to be purple?
No. It'll cover it up.
stylist

Owensboro, KY

#13 Apr 11, 2013
Please please please stop. You have done enough damage to your hair. You could have a color remover service done at any salon. It will lift the color to the lightest level your hair has been, but as the other commenter mentioned, it will be left with a less than stellar color because of contributing pigment. Contributing pigment is what caused your original problem with the brassy gold and strawberry blonde. I would highly recommend doing nothing to you hair except a good healthy trim. Let it grow. Trim again. Repeat this process until you have grown all of that damage and color out and trimmed off. Then I would go to a professional and pay them to do what you want. It would have been cheaper to do that in the first place.
Emerald

United States

#14 Apr 11, 2013
stylist wrote:
Please please please stop. You have done enough damage to your hair. You could have a color remover service done at any salon. It will lift the color to the lightest level your hair has been, but as the other commenter mentioned, it will be left with a less than stellar color because of contributing pigment. Contributing pigment is what caused your original problem with the brassy gold and strawberry blonde. I would highly recommend doing nothing to you hair except a good healthy trim. Let it grow. Trim again. Repeat this process until you have grown all of that damage and color out and trimmed off. Then I would go to a professional and pay them to do what you want. It would have been cheaper to do that in the first place.
My hair isn't that damaged, the lady at Sallys even commented on it. She told me to get a protein filler so that when I dye it the color will be even. I'm going to work on getting it healthy again as soon as I dye it black so it looks halfway decent.
Professional Color Expert

Owensboro, KY

#15 Apr 12, 2013
Yikes, bad idea. Don't do the blue black. And don't use a home color corrector. It may appear that your hair "isn't that damaged" but trust me, it is. Your hair is in a very fragile state right now and your next chemical choice could be the last straw. Take it from a pro... I do corrective colors every day... No more chemicals!
Emerald

United States

#16 Apr 12, 2013
Professional Color Expert wrote:
Yikes, bad idea. Don't do the blue black. And don't use a home color corrector. It may appear that your hair "isn't that damaged" but trust me, it is. Your hair is in a very fragile state right now and your next chemical choice could be the last straw. Take it from a pro... I do corrective colors every day... No more chemicals!
My hair color looks shitty I really need to just dye all of it. I'm not doing a color corrector. The dye will be the last chemicals.
lol

Madisonville, KY

#17 Apr 12, 2013
Emerald wrote:
<quoted text>My hair color looks shitty I really need to just dye all of it. I'm not doing a color corrector. The dye will be the last chemicals.
Do you really want advice or not? The professionals are telling you what to do and you have an excuse for every thing they say. It's your hair do what you want but please come back and post the results after you do. In sure these posters would love to tell you, "I told you so", when your hair falls out. GEEZ!
Emerald

United States

#18 Apr 12, 2013
lol wrote:
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Do you really want advice or not? The professionals are telling you what to do and you have an excuse for every thing they say. It's your hair do what you want but please come back and post the results after you do. In sure these posters would love to tell you, "I told you so", when your hair falls out. GEEZ!
Okay f*cktard my question was not "SHOULD" I do it, but HOW to do it. So unless you have some friendly advice, buzz off.
enough

Owensboro, KY

#19 Apr 12, 2013
lol wrote:
<quoted text>Do you really want advice or not? The professionals are telling you what to do and you have an excuse for every thing they say. It's your hair do what you want but please come back and post the results after you do. In sure these posters would love to tell you, "I told you so", when your hair falls out. GEEZ!
She doesn't want to take sensible advice she wants attention. Stop trying to help her. Anyone who has read all of this can see she's got more problems than just hair issues. Anyone with any intelligence would go to a professional if it were that bad. She's probably done immature cry baby who thinks she knows it all. Let her damage her hair even more and stop trying to help her. You are all wasting your time just like I am. I was only reading the post because at first I thought someone needed a stylist. Then I see someone who needs more than a stylist they also need a brain. Let her hair fall out. You all have given her excellent advice and she isn't taking it. So I'm sure before long we will see a post saying. Where can I purchase a wig???
LMAO

Owensboro, KY

#20 Apr 12, 2013
enough wrote:
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She doesn't want to take sensible advice she wants attention. Stop trying to help her. Anyone who has read all of this can see she's got more problems than just hair issues. Anyone with any intelligence would go to a professional if it were that bad. She's probably done immature cry baby who thinks she knows it all. Let her damage her hair even more and stop trying to help her. You are all wasting your time just like I am. I was only reading the post because at first I thought someone needed a stylist. Then I see someone who needs more than a stylist they also need a brain. Let her hair fall out. You all have given her excellent advice and she isn't taking it. So I'm sure before long we will see a post saying. Where can I purchase a wig???
It's obvious all that dye soaked in and killed the common sense brain cells! I'm sure she can buy that wig at Sallie's...next to all the dye crap she initially bought there!

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