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Jerome Russell's Punky Hair Color

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  • Serena
    Dallas
    The Problem Of Dying The Bathroom & Of Dying Your Boyfriend's Arm & Everything Else Too
    How do you get this product removed from your appliances? Ideas on how to prevent dying your bathroom? (I did dye a bathroom once with dark brown. It looked permanent, but I didn't live there. Oops. I am thankful when this does not occur since.) Does the spreading of color stop at some point? (While your hair still has color in it, that is.)
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    Jun 6, 2013
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  • Emily
    Usa
    Pink Hair Help!
    Hi there,
    I just recently had my hair dyed pink by my hair dresser.
    it really faded the first time n she re dyed it for me and looks much better but I cant afford to dye it pro all the time. will I need to bleach it often to re apply with the punky colors flamingo pink?
    or will it be ok since its prebleached ?

    hope thats enough info

    thanks
    em
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    Sep 9, 2012
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    • Sophie S.
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      You shouldn't rebleach the already bleached sections of hair unless you are planning on radically changing your hair to a colour to blue for example. In your case I would say you will only need to bleach your root growth. I have blue hair so the maintenance is difficult but it is worth it. Hope this helped!

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      Dec 12, 2012
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    • Whitney
      Pre-lightening
      the hair that has already been pre-lightened (bleached) should not be bleached again. the initial bleaching is enough to remove the dark pigment of natural hair and makes the hair porous enough to hold the artifical color. if you re-bleach it, you risk damaging your hair. id suggest waiting for the old color to fade out or washing the hair with a clarifying shampoo before switching to a different color to remove as much of the previous color as possible. good luck!

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      Sep 17, 2012
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  • Isabella T.
    Edmonton
    Will My Hair Go Green?
    I lightend my hair so that i could use punky color on it and i was wondering if i can color over it if its still in my hair? i want to bleach my hair blonde where the punky colour is will it work or make my hair green??
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    Sep 4, 2012
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  • Jessica
    Canada
    Will The Colour Was Out Quick Enough? Is Punky Colour Right For Me?
    My hair color currently is between red and golden blond its light enough that i dont have to bleach it for most Hair color products. for the summer before i go back to school in September i wanted to do steaks of purple and blue. IT HAS TO COME OUT BEFORE SEPTEMBER!! i go to catholic school and with a uniform we can not have hair that isn't a natural color plus my parents don't want me to have random colours in my hair for my Grad photos. Will the colour was out completely by September if i dye it around June 20th? if not what other kind of semi perm colour do you recommend other than manic panic?

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    Jun 3, 2012
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    • Nat
      How Long It Will Last
      Hi there! I've been using Jerome Russell Midnight Blue over bleached hair (natural color: medium brown) for about a year now. Here's what I think about your project:

      - First of all, I think dyeing your hair is a great idea, it's a lot of fun!
      - However, blue might not be the best idea for something you only want to last for one summer. It's the kind of color that demands some maintenance to STAY blue, because it washes out fairly fast (and unevenly depending on how exposed your hair is) and turns to a teal green quite quickly, especially over blonde/reddish hair. What's more, the green tinges tend to stay there, and they don't look very nice. I've got this one strand of random hair which has been bleached for the best part of a year and not dyed back because I can never find it when I do my dye, it's still got a greenish tinge to it. To get rid of it, you need to bleach your hair again or dye over it.
      The blue might look nice with the purple, but sea green probably won't...
      - Purple, on the other hand, usually washes out to a light pink. By August, your hair will still probably have that pink tinge to it, but it won't be as noticeable: it'll blend in with your natural hair color more. Make sure to choose some kind of pinkish/reddish purple rather than indigo or lavender, though.
      - Finally, using conditioner and cold water locks the pigments in, while washing your hair with shampoo in hot water washes the pigments out. At first, you'll probably want the pigments to be locked in so that the color looks nice and vibrant, but once you want it to wash out, it's a good idea to wash your hair often (every day or two days) with hot water and little or no conditioner. Don't leave the dye to sit in more than the instructions say when you first put it in, either.

      I hope this helps you rock the colored hair this summer! Have fun!

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      Jun 19, 2012
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    • Charlie
      Re: Will The Colour Was Out Quick Enough? Is Punky Colour Right For Me?
      I use Punky Apple green, Spring Green and Alpine Green, the spring green fades out to a yellow, and stays light green at the root, and that's after a couple months, I haven't let it go for more then 2 months before coloring again, but I don't think punky is for you. Though I could be very wrong, that is just my experience. Oh and the alpine and apple greens fade out to a light blue at the tips and stay a green at the roots, just throwing that in there.

      You might be able to go to a salon and ask someone that colors hair. They might be able to help you.

      Good luck :)

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      Jun 16, 2012
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  • Shea T.
    Punky Dye's: Red
    So, I have dyed auburn hair, but my roots are coming in a very dark brown. I would like to know what people think of Punky Colors Poppy Red, Flame, or any other vibrant red they have. I want a color that is a vibrant red. Have you ever seen Victorious? The girl with the bright red hair is the kind I am aiming for. I would love to hear your opinions. Thank you!
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    • Shay M.
      Ohio
      Red
      I used vermillion on my daughters brown hair !!! it turned out very pretty.Now that she has blond streaks in her hair it even better.

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    • Anna
      Poppy Red Or Vermillion Red
      Hi! The Flame color is actually much more of an orange. Poppy Red or Vermillion Red are probably the two closest to the girl on Victorious. Poppy Red has cooler undertones and Vermillion is a bit warmer.

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      May 2, 2012
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