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    Default Haircolor remover

    has anyone tried one of the hairdye removers that they sell in the store? or can anyone recommend a good shampoo that will strip the color.

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    Default Re: haircolor remover

    strip the color

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    Default Re: haircolor remover

    Dish soap and any clarifying shampoos will help strip the color.

    If you want your hair stripped completely, I suggest going to a professional. I don't think it's a good idea to try and so something like that on your own.

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    Default Re: haircolor remover

    I heard about the dish liquid, I have been dying my hair a darker color for some time and I want to get as close as to my natural color.

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    Listen to Tiki--she's right. Stripping your hair is exactly that--stripping it of all color. For most of us, that leaves us with orange hair (I'm not sure why).

    I went into a beauty supply store one day with the intent (or so I thought) of stripping my hair to it's natural color. A lady working there asked me if I really knew what I was about to do. I was irritated at first--until she told what I *really was* going to do.

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    Default Re: Haircolor remover

    The best thing I recommend is to get highlights. I ended up dying my light brown hair almost black last winter and wanted to get it back to my natural color. I got the highlights in summer and come fall I used a semi permanent hair dye the color of my natural hair. This way the highlights will show through and the color looks natural.

    You may have to dye it again after the initial time just to get it more even (depending on how light your highlights are.) You can let your hair grow and not worry about roots. It's a process yes, but absolutely worth it and easier on your hair!

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    I thought about the highlights... I think for the meantime I will stick with the dark brown. It seems to look good with my skin color. But as usual I am never happy with the color of my hair.

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    Oh I hear ya there. Right now I'm debating on dying mine red or keeping it the light brown that it is. Maintenance or no maintenance, that is the question. lol

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