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    Over a year ago

    This is unrelated to AR but I need help guys. I dyed my hair a dark teal a while back and it’s faded to an ugly seaweed color. Normally I wouldn’t care but I go back to work next Monday and it needs to be gone. I’ve tried baking soda, dish soap etc. and it’s not fading anymore. I’m tempted to just dye over it with something similar to my natural color. Would that work? Or should I just keep trying to fade it?

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  • Profile photo of CrazyVeganChick

    Over a year ago

    @LeezyRamirez : Thank you. I may just dye over it if it doesn’t fade in time, I know it’s not good for my hair but I work in elementary schools in a very ‘prim and proper’ area and I could lose my job over it. It’s ridiculous but rules are rules.

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  • Profile photo of LeezyRamirez

    Over a year ago

    I would say to just let it be, because fading and dyeing your hair will really damage it, especially if it’s in such a short period of time. If you REALLY need it fixed before next week, you should dye over it. Fading isn’t guranteed and it will take a while.

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