(Closed) Growing out hair: New ideas for avoid having two-unflattering-color hair.

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
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Buzzing bee

Aside from chopping off the dyed length or dying your natural hair to create an ombre fade between the two colors, I think your best bet is coloring the red to match your natural hair–not too hard with dark brown.

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Busy bee

Have you thought about a lowlights to help in the transition? You could do that a couple times a year until you get to the color you want. I do that- I change my hair color couple times a year and when I go back to my natural blonde, I usually do it with gradual high lights.

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Busy bee
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newlywednewbie:  I have been growing my hair, and trying to give my hair a break from dye.  The last hair colour I got was very similar to my natural hair colour which is a middle brown at the roots, with highlights and lowlights at the bottom only.  This way my hairdresser said  the mix of colours at the  bottom gives depth and interest to it, but also distracts from any difference between died hair at the top and regrowth.

My hair was also a weird orangey browny thing before.  It looks amazing now, and my hairdresser said I should be able to rock it for about 3 months without it looking unkept.

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