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Keeping your hair color...


Question Posted Sunday January 16 2005, 5:44 am

I just dyed my hair medium brown and I really like it. How do I keep the color from fading? Are there any special shampoos or techniques I should follow?

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XoXSparkles57 answered Tuesday January 25 2005, 2:02 am:
Okay you could get like some champoos but i really dont think they will work, because wen your roots grow they grow to your origanl color try to remember the color you dyed it if you dyed it from a box oor what eves....Megan

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Taylor_mariee answered Tuesday January 18 2005, 12:14 am:
use a special shampoo and condition for color treated hair
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XxCarliexX94 answered Monday January 17 2005, 4:20 am:
no just wash your hair like a normal person maybe a shapoo that give back your hair color that would work good luck and find a good shapoo

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kandiekisses531 answered Monday January 17 2005, 3:38 am:
use pantene pro-v for color treated hair or anything that is specific for hair that is colored, then after washing your hair you can use a hair serium for colored hair to keep it from drying out and from fading down

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lyDia_LoU answered Monday January 17 2005, 3:35 am:
Basically, you can buy any shampoo but look at the labels. Some say not good for colored treated hair, i use Dove- Lightweight Intense Shampoo & Conditioner and it says it's good with color treated hair. Basically just read the backs of the shampoos that you already trust.

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horseygurl answered Monday January 17 2005, 2:39 am:
You could just re-dye it when it starts to fade lol!

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Striker6909 answered Sunday January 16 2005, 7:14 pm:
yeah there are shampoos, try some pantene pro v or like loreal paris... that stuff might work

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Cutsie23 answered Sunday January 16 2005, 4:43 pm:
Yeah use a toner evry month, and dye it the same color like every 2 months that should work!

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Kels answered Sunday January 16 2005, 2:53 pm:
infusium 21 or something like that- and get the kind for permed/ color treated hair! I used that. or maybe pantene pro-V for purmed or color treated hair- now on pantene- it may be both combined into one, or they may each have their own- and if that's the case then get the one for color treated. oh! and they may spell it "colour" or something like that with a "U"
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Karen answered Sunday January 16 2005, 2:52 pm:
Hey, I dyed my hair too and my hair kit came with this conditioner to use once a week and it helps your color not fade. I also use Vive from Loreal; it's for color treated hair and it helps really well! Try to wash your hair every other day because then your hair color will stay longer. Hope I helped :)
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xoih3artyouxo answered Sunday January 16 2005, 1:06 pm:
you can buy shampoo and conditioners that are supposed to keep your hair color the same
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foreverorange answered Sunday January 16 2005, 9:14 am:
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White_Cross_Angel answered Sunday January 16 2005, 7:59 am:
There are special shampoos you can buy to make color last longer, and dying your hair when you start to see roots will make it look good longer.

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