Appreciate any suggestions. Thank you!
Status: D 2011
Remarried to a kind and wonderful man - 2017
Above all, be the heroine, not the victim. - Nora Ephron
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ps: fwiw, red fades quickly. if it's already been 1 week, within the next week or 2 there's a good chance it'll fade out on its own.
[This message edited by inconnu at 7:33 PM, March 9th (Sunday)]
Go to Sally beauty and pick up some Cool toner and demi-permanent developer. I mix equal parts of each and usually leave it on my hair for about 5 minutes. Ask the ladies that work there, they're always really helpful. I repeat for 2-3 minutes if I still don't like it.
It's the same type of treatment they do at salons when your color pulls too red or ashy. Sometimes, I also add Clear toner for extra shine. It washes out after about 3 weeks, but so does the red.
[This message edited by Rainbows at 8:29 PM, March 9th (Sunday)]
So I'm trying to decide if I should dye it again tonight, or try a homemade toner with vinegar and food color that I've read on line - but that seems risky since I fly out first thing in the morning!
Another temporary solution is to wear warmer shades of make-up (if you wear and have it). Something as subtle as warmer tones of eye shadow, blush and lipstick that complement your hair can pull your look together. That way you'll feel confident and beautiful in front of people.
Just be sure to do a deep conditioner afterward or your hair will be fried.
[This message edited by Amazonia at 6:52 AM, March 10th (Monday)]