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  1. Okay so I'm trying to lighten my light brown hair (which is dyed) as much as possible so that my stylist can put some blonde in it. I'm using clarifying shampoo to speed up the process. As well as using special deep conditioners to help out a little dryness. I found a hair color lift and it says that it won't make ur hair go back to ur natural hair color but it will take out all of the color. So if I did this what color would my hair be??? hmm...
  2. no its like a color filling thing that salons do whenever u rebleach to add more pigment. i was just wondering if its considered a dye
  3. how do they work? what are they? and are they a form of dye?...hmmm
  4. my hair holds onto blonde really well-even though its been dyed brown- the brown has faded so much that it actually looks like i have some blonde highlights from the previous blonde dye. but im gonna go to my stylist and get her opinion and see if its a good idea. thx for the opinions.
  5. oh yeah i DEFINITELY plan to go to a salon. i never ever dye my hair myself. still though...i wonder if it would still be a good idea or not
  6. My hair was once dyed blonde with light brown thick chunks. Then a month or so ago I got my hair dyed a medium-light brown. Now, my hair color is fading and you can see ALOT of the blonde coming through. Well..now I miss my blonde hair and I want to go back to it. Is it possible to go back without it looking "orange like/brassy"? I want it ALL blonde now..but with darker blonde streaks to give it a bit of a natural look to it. Any opinions??
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  8. I have moderate acne and I always use a non-oil based foundation but it always seems to never blend well because of my oily skin+acne. I've tried everything from a little bit more expensive like Clinique to Loreal and that's what I've been using right now. I know it isn't as expensive as most of the stuff people get on here...but I'm on a budget! lol. The thing is- It's a little oily and cakey... So can you give me advice on a GOOD coverage foundation that won't make my face oily or cakey? I need something inexpensive as well! I also use powder also to absorb shine...but it doesn't work as good as I want it too. Current Foundation: Loreal Line Minimizing Current Powder: Covergirl TruBlend Goal: Alot more converage but not cakey at the same time. Also inexpensive. Any Suggestions?
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