Will Dye Change My Natural Color Once Fades?

by shawna
(Santa clarita, Ca )

My hair is naturally light red but has blonde and brown in it, it's a very unique color. I want to dye the underneath a very dark brown however, I've been told that if I do that, it will change the color of my hair once the dark brown grows out. Is that true? I really want to dye it, but not if it changes the color because there's no hair dye like it and I wouldn't be able to have the same color again.

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Will hair dye change your natural color of your new growth hair? The answer is NO.

Will hair dye change your natural color once it fades on the section you colored? On the safe side – The answer is yes.

Even with temporary hair color which only coats your hair with color pigments and lasts only few washes, you might not get your natural color back. This is not true for everyone but since you mention that you have a very unique hair color then I suggest cautions!

My suggestion is a real strand test. Get yourself the best quality temporary hair color. Apply it on a small section of your hair (underlying section) and then see if you get your true natural color back after it fades. Just remember that commercially sometimes semi-permanent or deposit-only hair colors are advertised as temporary hair colors and if you use them it won't fade completely. Semi-permanent and temporary are not the same.

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