bleach hair gone wrong !!!!!!

DANY

New Member
#1
hi. can someone please help me ive bleached my hair but its gone all wrong i dont know what to do its

white/brassy (ginger) b4 it was blonde(bleach)/brown highlights now its a mess my hairdressers wont touch it

they said just use silver shampoo but i cant go out its so bad i going a party on sat my best mates 21st but

i cant go looking like this what can i do ????????
 

Lellipop

Lelli Loo Loo
#2
hi. can someone please help me ive bleached my hair but its gone all wrong i dont know what to do its

white/brassy (ginger) b4 it was blonde(bleach)/brown highlights now its a mess my hairdressers wont touch it

they said just use silver shampoo but i cant go out its so bad i going a party on sat my best mates 21st but

i cant go looking like this what can i do ????????
I would ask another hairdresser to have alook at it for you. If the hair is not frazzled and dried out they may be able re-bleach it and then tone it for you.
If no one will touch it then your other option is to dye it using a darker colour.

Good luck
 
#3
hi same thing happened to me my went white-brassey-yellow i went to about 4 salons to see if they would do anything but they said no so i bought the voilet shampoo and washed my hair then i dryed it and went to a diffrent salon and they said they would put a few dark streaks in and it did look good in the end i dont know why the others wouldnt touch it as the first salon done a test on some of my hair that they cut out and told me no but the last one who done it done the same and told me thay could so maybe the shampoo helped well i was glad it did lol
 

*JOANNE*

Well-Known Member
#4
I would find a salon who specialises in colour correction. Maybe the ones you have been to may not offer this.
Your hair can be done but by the right people...trust me i have had many a bleach disaster and that have been corrected by my hairdresser who does specialise in colour correction.
 

lilly

Well-Known Member
#5
u need to re pigment your hair first , u need to put a bright red or copper semi in and dry(a mousse will be ok) then a colour of your choice, you need to re pigment your hair first to get the correct colour
 

#6
The reason a lot of salons wont touch it is because it is unlikely they will be able to get the finished result to a standard that they would normally want their work to be.... they arent going to want to have their name attatched to anything sub standard... it usually isnt worth the time in regard to what they are able to charge the customer for getting it semi sorted out, and on top of that, there is the risk associated with doing any colour correction...
however... that aside, there are plenty of stylists ( me :D) who specialise in colour correction and infact thrive on that kind of chalange, but be prepared topay for it. If they quote you a cheap price then put ya nike's on and run for the hills! ( or a different salon at least)
 
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