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Ugh Oh! . . . Hair Q

Question Posted Friday August 5 2005, 6:12 pm

Hey hey hey... thanks ahead of time. I will rate and leave feedback if it's wanted, but anyways- i dyed my hair about two weeks ago and I absolutely HATE the color of it. I thought that I heard of something called Stripping... which is where you get your hair color stripped and it will go back to your natural color. Is this something real and is it bad for your hair, how much does it cost? Thanks

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SoNotLegal answered Saturday August 6 2005, 7:33 pm:
Yes, it's real, and yes, it can be bad for your hair. VERY bad -- it can actually cause baldness (no, I swear I'm not kidding, it happened to one of my friends and her hair started coming out in clumps). As far as I know though, most people don't have side effects from it; but I wouldn't suggest doing it often. It runs at about $100 and you can get it done at most stylists, even Hair Cuttery and Fantastic Sam's.
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one_of_a_kind_chicka answered Friday August 5 2005, 9:07 pm:
there is such thing as stripping. it is bad for your hair but nothing serious like it falling out will happen. it costs about the same amount as dying your hair at a salon. but it also depends on where you go.

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ThugGirl041790 answered Friday August 5 2005, 7:40 pm:
okay i got this done before about two years ago.. i got it done professionally tho.. its like a chemical they put on your hair.. it smells kinda bad but its worth it if you hate the color of your hair.. but my friend Mara said you can get the chmeical from Sally's.. and i think its just as bad for your hair as hair dye.. i dont think your hair will fall out or anything.. and it cost around ten dollars about the same amount as hair dye.. ♥ Dez

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xRoOxiSxBlOnDex answered Friday August 5 2005, 6:36 pm:
Yes, you can get your hair stripped. I would suggest you don't do it though. Just layout a lot, and it will naturally fade by laying out and washing it. That's a lot cheaper, and it doesn't damage your hair as much. Just wait about a month before using anymore dye on your hair! [=
<b>&hearts;</b> Melissa

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Karen answered Friday August 5 2005, 6:35 pm:
Yes, there is something called 'stripping'. I wouldn't say it's good for your hair but it can dry it out and damage it. As for the price of stripping your hair, it depends on where you go. I would say it's probably under $100.00. There are also products that you can buy and you can do it yourself but I wouldn't recommend that.

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margarita_luvs_ya answered Friday August 5 2005, 6:33 pm:
Yeah my friend and I did our hair last year before school started. I got mine cut and she dyed and styled it. She went from a blonde to black. Strippping color costs as much as dying it. But she decided to let it fade by laying it out while tanning. Sun changes your hair color usually fading it...I went from black to a brunette. Don't use any color dye for another month cause if you dye your hair too mcuh it falls off. Good Luck.

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askmex3 answered Friday August 5 2005, 6:22 pm:
im sorry i looked online for "hair stripping" but came across nothing to help..however ive heard of making mixture of your shampoo, baking soda, and a little bit of water! if you wash your hair with this a couple times the color should get ligter..maybe this would fix the problem??? hope i helped =/ &hearts; please rate if ive been of some assistance

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