Thursday, January 5, 2012

Question about home Hair Coloring & latest Hair Styles....?

I want to color my hair at home, but am really hesitant about it. I have in the past, when I was younger, and it turned out horrible. I just dont have the money to do it at a salon, and really want to clean up my look.

I have dirty blonde/brown hair and want to color it a light/medium brown with possible natural golden highlights. I do have a natural red highlight to my hair (no my hair doesnt look red at all, but it is something my stylist told me).

What is a good product and/or color to use?

Also...anyone have any photo ideas of new hair cut styles. My hair is about mid back in length and straight. It's been this way for so long and I'm tired of it! I want a hair is kind of damaged so I will probably end up having to cut a lot off. Any suggestions for medium length hair styles.....

Someone help, I'm gettin ready to turn 21 and I look 10!!!!

P.S....I like natural flowy types of hair. Think California Girl, but brunette. I dont like the emo, razor cut hair.Question about home Hair Coloring %26amp; latest Hair Styles....?
Stay clear of the ash colors. I use Revlon bc of the price, and go with the lighest brown or the darkest blond without getting the ash colors. Their colors are darker than you imagine when you look at the box. I have very dark brown and use a blond to lighten it a little. I had blond highlights and when I used the light brown, it was actually almost my natural color....almost black. I haven't tried the ones that have the natural highlight mixed in with them. I started going to the cosmetology school to get my hair done bc they do the best job and are cheaper than doing it at home. Get a good amount cut off with light layers. It will add definition and still flow. Side bangs are in right now and look amazing.Question about home Hair Coloring %26amp; latest Hair Styles....?
For highlights I would try the Revlon Color Stylist (I think that's what it is called). It has do it yourself highlights in the same box. Before you do anything, do the strand test on the bottom layer so you know whether you have the right color or not. That is the most important part. I've been burned by that once %26amp; landed up with black hair (I was going brown). As far as the style, have you tried layers? Its a great way to update your current haircut. Good luck.
Just buy a light golden brown...try Garnier Fructis their hairdye is permanent but never damaged my hair at all...maybe its the special oil that is added to the hair dye....get yourself some clips...separate your hair into four sections...start dying your head at the nape of the neck...take 1/4 sections with a comb..apply the your way up to the top of the head last...since you are a virgin hair color it should really be applied with a brush the middle of the hair shaft ...that means you would do the ends of the hair and the regrowth it might help to have a friend help you out...

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