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Old 04-04-2021, 09:42 AM
 
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Hey girls so 2 months ago I did my own highlights with a box of lireal colorista all over highlights kit, I loved the way they came out, nevertheless I do have brassy hair, copperish here and there plus my dar brown roots are more than inches growing out.

What hair dye color brand can I apply to balance/counteract the brassyness and the dark brown root growth altogether ??

What do you recommend? This is my actual color pict below



What hair dye color should I use to balance this out?-212b422f-c015-4174-8622-27954230bf01.jpeg
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Old 04-04-2021, 09:47 AM
 
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If you have a Sally's nearby I've found the people who work there to be very knowledgeable. They'll be able to see your hair's color, texture and condition which we really can't tell from the photo.
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Old 04-06-2021, 09:23 AM
 
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Hey girls so 2 months ago I did my own highlights with a box of lireal colorista all over highlights kit, I loved the way they came out, nevertheless I do have brassy hair, copperish here and there plus my dar brown roots are more than inches growing out.

What hair dye color brand can I apply to balance/counteract the brassyness and the dark brown root growth altogether ??

What do you recommend? This is my actual color pict below



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It depends what you're trying to do with these highlights-

lighten them or darken them to blend with the roots?




That orange either needs to be lifted (with bleach) then dyed/toned, or simply covered with a darker shade.


An ash tone will counteract brassy warmth, but the orange is keeping you in limbo here, you need to go one way or the other to really tackle that brass - otherwise, every time you shower, the dye will rinse out and keep revealing the orange base that's underneath.
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Old 06-24-2021, 06:23 AM
 
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Well, I don't have much idea about hair colour and all these. But still, I would suggest you visit a hair salon. You know they can suggest you better hair color that will look better on you. Hope you will think about my point!
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Old 06-24-2021, 06:47 AM
 
Location: Dallas
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Your hair is brassy because you have not bleached it to the correct stage. A dye is not going to do it; you need to lighten your hair, then apply a toner to get the shade you want. This link explains the 7 stages of hair lightening.

https://botoxcapilar.org/en/stages-of-bleaching-hair/
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Old Today, 11:56 AM
 
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I would use an ash based demi as a toner. I like Ion's demi permanent with a 10 developer. You can get it from Sally's. I'd do strand tests and try chrome or medium ash blonde.
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