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Topic: Lightening Hair!
Posted By: ange89
Subject: Lightening Hair!
Date Posted: February 01 2009 at 1:55am
I have been dying my hair black for a few years now but I'm ready for a change. I recently stripped the black dye out with a color remover and now its a dark brown color (my natural shade.) Am i able to dye my hair a light brown color over this or will it not work?



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Posted By: krystlegarrison
Date Posted: February 02 2009 at 1:15pm
Hi ange89,
   Unfortunately you cannot lift color with color. You would need to lift the color with bleach.Thumbs%20Up


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Krystle


Posted By: wenzi110
Date Posted: April 29 2009 at 3:29am
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