NHR - Removing hair colour?

Sparkles

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How much does it cost to have hair dye colour removed from a hair salon?

Or does anyone have any good tips that get rid of it quicker?

[For the record, it's not permenant colour, only temporary, that casting creme colour that's 28 wash approx.

It looks fine and not a disaster dying sotry lol but just wondered if you can remove it quicker at all? I'm ok for the minute but I think I'm missing my blondeness a little bit. I'm not sure. I can't decide. Lol.
 

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wash wash wash lol
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Lol that was my first thought too....can I get 28 washes in by saturday do you think lol? Out in town and think I want to be blonde again haha.

I'd just go to hair dressers but have other things to pay for atm so putting that off till I get more important things paid for lol
 

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28 washes if every day is only 4 weeks. Know exactly what you mean, I had magenta highlights put in 2 weeks ago (never ever dyed before) and although it's nice according to everyone else I'm bored with it and getting to dislike it.
 

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same been pure blonde for 19 years and am now plum/dark cherry lol.

I like it dark but sort of miss my blonde hair again now.

Hm right saturday is 6 days away...so that's what....4 or 5 washes a day. LOL. Bring it on XD

Surely boots have some kind of colour removal cream or something?
possibly? lol.
 

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If your hair was originally light blonde then you won't get it completely back to your natural colour as I imagine it will have slightly 'stained' the hair.
 

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Wash it with Head and Shoulders. That stuff will strip more away than your average shampoo, my hair dresser told me this.
 

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Cheers
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Shall try that!

It can get it back to normal at the salon but just wondered if there was any way at home or not of doing it. I'm going redye my blonde when it goes back to a lighter colour anyway as it was too light before and want it a slightly darker blonde or put lowlights through it to break it up a bit.
 
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