How to Get Rid of Orange Hair
Don’t make an orange hair fix into a nightmare
The problem of how to fix hair color dominates my comment boards. More often than not, the right answer is to go to a professional, who can do a thorough consultation with you. They can see and feel your hair and consult with you to get all the history of chemicals that are on your hair. This will always be my first advice to anyone asking me how to get rid of orange hair.“If you choose to try to get rid of orange hair at home, here are some tips” In removing orange hair color from your hair, the potential for damage and unwanted or uneven hair color results, especially for the novice, is high.
If you can’t afford to go to a hair salon, next best thing is to call a cosmetology school and ask about their prices. They will be priced considerably less than a hair salon. If they are a reputable cosmetology school they’ll get it done right, possibly saving you from lots of grief!
That being said, getting rid of orange hair yourself is not an impossible task but it helps a lot if you have some hair color know how. If you choose to try to fix orange hair color at home, here are some tips on how to avoid the biggest mistakes users make in trying to get rid of orange hair color.
I have found One’N Only From Jheri Redding Color Fix, the most user friendly and effective products for retail sales. After reading reviews of the successes and failures of users of Colorfix on follica.com , I went to the source at Conairpro.com to get answers to my questions. Linda was great at answering all my questions. By the way, there were far more positive responses of results from the people using Colorfix on follica.com than negative results. But for those who had bad results, here from the horses mouth . . .
|”||The biggest mistake made by the user Linda says is “not knowing what chemicals are on their hair.” If you fix bad hair color at home, I suggest you keep a card file of when you colored your hair, the product name, what type of hair color and the 800 number of the manufacturer. This way you can determine exactly what is on your hair at anytime. It will be valuable information for any future hair color changes you want to make. Any hair color you do on your hair remains there until it is cut out. Since hair grows about a half inch per month, just do the math to tell if that hair color you did a year ago is still in your hair. If you have the phone number of the manufacturer, you can always verify the type of hair color you used ie; Semi or demi-permanent etc. Here are the big mistakes to avoid!
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