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  1. my mom died her hair with tea bags, it didn't change the color very much. If you're trying to dye it without damaging it try using henna dye, it's around $7 and doesn't damage your hair at all.(:

    1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 06/09/2013

  2. I have been dying my hair for years and I don't worry about any of that. ...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 16/06/2010

  3. Yeah you can keep dying it once it fades. I do that and it turns out fine. It...

    5 Answers · Beauty & Style · 28/03/2010

  4. its much better in terms of damaging rather than dying roots or your whole head since you can just chop the edges off...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 04/01/2011

  5. i know you're not supposed to, but i always do right after dying it. it's never hurt my hair. so i;d say you're safe to do it as soon as you'd like

    9 Answers · Beauty & Style · 10/02/2008

  6. ...now, ask them to focus on the part that counts because it isn't dying as well as the rest. Or go to a professional this time and next time ask someone...

    6 Answers · Beauty & Style · 23/04/2007

  7. ...far from perfect, but for future reference.. you dye your hair.. as it can't die since its technically already dead.. make sense? adding color is...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 19/04/2013

  8. professional is always better, but it can be very costly. especially the maintenance - dont expect to pay once to get your hair done, and then start fixing your touch ups yourself, it won't work.. Go to a beauty supply store, and look at the colro...

    8 Answers · Beauty & Style · 04/11/2006

  9. ... hair dresser said this wouldn't work is because, you're dying your hair from a lighter color to a darker color. You...

    16 Answers · Beauty & Style · 12/07/2008

  10. ... hair purple and the color is impossible to get out. Even if you die your hair back brown, the purple highlights always seem to come back through...

    3 Answers · Beauty & Style · 21/10/2014

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