Hair Dye
Posted 12/8/08
So i got my hair dyed, it's been like 4 weeks now and it's turning into a shitty colour ( you dont wanna know xD ) okay its greyish blue, YUCK! . i was just wondering if there was a product im suppose to use when im having a shower or some shit . thank you guys =D
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Posted 12/8/08
Theres this vinegar trick that I read about somewhere...
You mix equal parts water and vinegar, and after you've shampooed/conditioned your hair, you pour the vinegar solution into your hair. Then you let it sit there for a few minutes and rinse it out with cold water.
Doing this supposedly seals the haircolour in. I've never tried it though.

People say that you're supposed to use a shampoo/conditioner meant for colour treated hair because it helps prolong the life of your hair colour. I cannot really support that as I never had much trouble with fading hair colour...

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Posted 12/14/08

FlyingMantou wrote:

Theres this vinegar trick that I read about somewhere...
You mix equal parts water and vinegar, and after you've shampooed/conditioned your hair, you pour the vinegar solution into your hair. Then you let it sit there for a few minutes and rinse it out with cold water.
Doing this supposedly seals the haircolour in. I've never tried it though.

People say that you're supposed to use a shampoo/conditioner meant for colour treated hair because it helps prolong the life of your hair colour. I cannot really support that as I never had much trouble with fading hair colour...


but if you use the vinegar after the shampoo and conditioning... doesn't it make your hair smell like .. vinegar? Lolll

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Posted 12/14/08

BabiiexKhmaii wrote:


FlyingMantou wrote:

Theres this vinegar trick that I read about somewhere...
You mix equal parts water and vinegar, and after you've shampooed/conditioned your hair, you pour the vinegar solution into your hair. Then you let it sit there for a few minutes and rinse it out with cold water.
Doing this supposedly seals the haircolour in. I've never tried it though.

People say that you're supposed to use a shampoo/conditioner meant for colour treated hair because it helps prolong the life of your hair colour. I cannot really support that as I never had much trouble with fading hair colour...


but if you use the vinegar after the shampoo and conditioning... doesn't it make your hair smell like .. vinegar? Lolll



You're supposed to rinse the vinegar out after a few minutes, so even if it does smell, the smell should fade pretty quickly. The vinegar is also diluted to begin with, so if the smell doesn't go away, you can probably cover it up with some scented hair products.
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Posted 12/14/08

FlyingMantou wrote:


BabiiexKhmaii wrote:


FlyingMantou wrote:

Theres this vinegar trick that I read about somewhere...
You mix equal parts water and vinegar, and after you've shampooed/conditioned your hair, you pour the vinegar solution into your hair. Then you let it sit there for a few minutes and rinse it out with cold water.
Doing this supposedly seals the haircolour in. I've never tried it though.

People say that you're supposed to use a shampoo/conditioner meant for colour treated hair because it helps prolong the life of your hair colour. I cannot really support that as I never had much trouble with fading hair colour...


but if you use the vinegar after the shampoo and conditioning... doesn't it make your hair smell like .. vinegar? Lolll



You're supposed to rinse the vinegar out after a few minutes, so even if it does smell, the smell should fade pretty quickly. The vinegar is also diluted to begin with, so if the smell doesn't go away, you can probably cover it up with some scented hair products.

ohhh ok =D
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