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hair dye that will get rid of red undertones

Question Posted Thursday February 4 2010, 4:10 am

Over the last 2 years I've dyed my hair about 7 times (I know, too often). At first I tried light shades on my brown hair. I didn't like having to re dye every time my roots came in, so I went darker. Now my hair has red undertones. I hate having red in my hair (I used to have natural blond highlights). For my birthday, I wanted to dye my hair to something close to my natural color but I'm afraid of having red show up again. I use Garnier Nutriesse and I'm not sure which shade to pick. I don't want to go too light because then my hair will turn brassy-orange. But if I go too dark, red shows up in my hair. Any idea on what I should do? Oh and I used to use blonde shampoo to bring out my natural highlights, but would it be of any use now that my hair has been dyed so many times? Here is the website with all the shades.

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Gemguy1 answered Friday February 5 2010, 10:31 am:
Use an ash tone, it will neutralize the red tones because it has green in it. (red and green together make brown) there are many ash tones you can select from blond to brown. I know it sounds weird but it's the truth, it just neutralizes it with an opposite color (red and green are opposites on the color wheel). I hope this helps! Todd the Gem Guy

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