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Question Posted Wednesday August 23 2006, 10:18 pm

can your hair fall out from dyeing your hair?


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SilentOne answered Wednesday August 30 2006, 5:05 am:
Hi,
if you use a purpose-made hair dye, and you follow their instructions (They usually tell you to spot test, and leave it overnight to make sure you're not allergic to it) then nothing bad should happen to your hair. If it did, you might even be able to claim compensation from them ;)
If you use bleach, or peroxide on your hair, be ultra careful. Bleach can burn you if it's too strong (I'm not sure about peroxide, but maybe it too). On top of that, if you get them on the roots of your hair, it can fall out (Depends on the person).
I recommend NOT using bleach or peroxide on yourself. If you need a very light colour, get it professionally done, or buy one of those skull-cap dying hats so that it doesn't get onto the roots of your hair, and doublecheck your quantity calculations ^_^.

-K

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MelLeDisko answered Friday August 25 2006, 9:26 pm:
If you just dye it once and then leave it there, then no it won't. But if you keep dying your hair over and over and over every week, then yes, there's a chance your hair could fall out. And also bleach can make your hair fall out too. I hope I helped.

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xOx_LoOvE_xOx answered Thursday August 24 2006, 9:01 pm:
Not if you do it once or twice. But the more you dye it the more your hair has a greater chance of falling out.

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SexyLove6_29_06 answered Thursday August 24 2006, 5:23 pm:
If its from the boxes, no it wont fall out.. but if you Bleech it from like Cos classes, it breaks. i got it bleeched once and its breaking SO much.. its got like split ends and i can sit there and rip one strand of hair apart into 2. but its really smooth and shit.. but yeh
just dont do it too much cuz yeuh it will fall out.
and use special shampoo just for colored hair.

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Mackenzie answered Thursday August 24 2006, 3:55 am:
Unless you are allergic to any the ingredients, you should be fine. =)

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itsz_JESS answered Thursday August 24 2006, 3:42 am:
if you dye it a couple of times, then no. but say if you dye it like every week.. then its possible

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DancinCutie08 answered Thursday August 24 2006, 1:33 am:
yes. For everytime you dye your hair, shampoo it, straighten it, blowdry it... etc it gets dryer

and if you dye your hair enough yes it can fall out.. chances are it won't but you should becareful and always use heat protective sprays and what not

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queenhearts answered Thursday August 24 2006, 1:26 am:
Just dyeing it no.

But if you don't take care of your hair.. and keep dyeing it over and over. Then possibly.

Can hair bleach make your hair fall out?
yes.

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laycieee answered Thursday August 24 2006, 1:22 am:
No, the only way your hair can fall out is if there are other complications- like medical wise. Sometimes putting a lot of chemicals in your hair can damage it or make some fall out (like if you chemically straightened it twice a month or put some other kind of salon hair product like that in your hair often, then that could possibly happen, but not if you only dye it once a month or once every other month). Don't worry, dying your hair doesn't make it fall out. Hope I helped :)

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xEVYx answered Thursday August 24 2006, 1:11 am:
If you use something with alot of bleach and do it alot or the wrong way, then eventually yeah it could happen. If it doesn't fall out it might thin out a little bit, but it probably wouldn't be alot.

=] Evy

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Cux answered Thursday August 24 2006, 1:04 am:
To the best of my knowledge- no

all hair dye does is dye your hair!

But you have to follow instructions on the box very accurately
and be very careful when dying it..

Hope I helped
--Jack
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