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My sister and I are both currently using the leather black feria hair dye. We have used others and this one makes our hair the blackest black we have been. I've used other loreal blacks and other brands and this one has worked the best.
Feria was what I was going to suggest. I went through about 2 years of only dying my hair black. Feria was the best one it looked natural not like I'd used Halloween dye to become a goth.

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anyone know like a semi-permanent black dye???

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semi permanent or not, it will leave a lot of residues on your hair after many washes jun, that is, if you were just trying to see how it looks for a while.

i have no idea of a semi black hairdye, but i'd suggest one of those nice n easy ones, methinks?

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I use that feria one too.

sorry, i couldn't find a larger picture; I dont know if they changed the name but i swear i used to buy the same box and it said black knight or something



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this is how it looks irl
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ooooooooooh thanks babe!

i actually have done it before...i chopped all my hair off and have been growing it out alah naturel....although im dying to dye it black....even though i probably shouldn't. it looks hot on you though and i think i'd most likely go permanent with feria if i did it, because from my experiences, yah...it works the best for black...thanks for the pic!

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I use a brand called Bigen. It's permanent--no peroxide or ammonia. It's like a henna.


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Dita Von Teese uses High Dimension By Revlon, 10 Minute Permanent Haircolor (Blue Black)


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i almost bought some yesterday. feria has a new black, less blue black, more red black....called 'black leather' i remember when i had my hair black, it looked kinda weird with my skin tone. i think maybe because it was a cool black, that feria listed above...im tempted to try the 'black leather' color, as the model on the box had more olive skintones, and was less fair skinned than the model on the other box...

if anyone here dyes their hair black frequently, do you think skin tone goes into play? i mean, some people pull off the black hair better than others, and it seems the majority of them have really fair skin...

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okay...i did it...i dyd my hair...and i freakin' love it! now, i've used that feria midnight color previously, and it didn't really do much with my skin tone, so i was a bit hesitant...feria just came out with a new black, more natural and it has a kick *** name: "black leather".....it's like the best black hairdye EVER!

i got a bit on my skin and whatnot too, and it doesn't stain the skin, which is a good thing....beautiful shiny straight black black....

thanks alejandro for the tips....you're gorgeous pics made me break my non-dyeing binge

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im gonna dye my hair L'Oreal Preference Soft Black tomorrow! im excited because i have like four colors in my hair right now and its bugging me. dark roots, medium brown hair with goldie highlights comin through and lighter brown close to the roots. can wait to have one shade of hair again. the last time i used the same color its pretty dark but more natural and not so inky. and hardly faded after a month. hope to dye my hair this last time then grow it out to my natural dark brown/black(depends on who you ask) hair color!

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be careful about dying black over highlights or blonde areas....they may turn green...

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^ o yes i was worried about that the last time i dyed my hair black but the hair dye was so stubborn that it hardly ever faded even when i tried to wash it a lot to lighten it. the thing i like about black is that unlike brown, it doesnt fade within a week.

i just dyed my hair the 'lightest' black i could find this afternoon. i like it, its neutral/cool black with no blue or red. i think in a month or two.. it might fade only a tiny bit but it will look more natural for me since my natural hair color is a super dark brown, borderline black but you can see the brown shine in the sun and i used to have lighter brown streaks near on the sides(naturally), like where you tuck in you hair behind you ears. im not dying it again, just gonna let it grow out completely.

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I use a brand called Naturtint made by Phergal Laboratories, Madrid. I buy it from Whole Foods and other health food stores. Its a gel formula that you mix with a developer and it doesnt contain ammonia.

For black, I use the blackest of the black they have: Ebony Black 1N and at first it was a little too black, but after the second day, it was perfect. I just have to leave it on for less time next time I use it. Its a pretty pure black (no blue) and it left my hair VERY shiny.

My natural hair color is dark brown with very brassy red/brown sun highlights.

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^ o yes i was worried about that the last time i dyed my hair black but the hair dye was so stubborn that it hardly ever faded even when i tried to wash it a lot to lighten it. the thing i like about black is that unlike brown, it doesnt fade within a week.

i just dyed my hair the 'lightest' black i could find this afternoon. i like it, its neutral/cool black with no blue or red. i think in a month or two.. it might fade only a tiny bit but it will look more natural for me since my natural hair color is a super dark brown, borderline black but you can see the brown shine in the sun and i used to have lighter brown streaks near on the sides(naturally), like where you tuck in you hair behind you ears. im not dying it again, just gonna let it grow out completely.

good to know it came out nice.

i really like having black hair.....i feel so much more dramatic and sexy:p

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When I did color my hair black, like you, it looked off and didn't complement my skin at all. So sadly I've always conceded to the idea that only pale skins could pull it off. I'm still slightly tan at the moment and I do want to have black hair again, but I couldn't ever find a shade that meshed with my skin without looking like a bad holloween wig. I've probably used only cool based black in retrospect.

jun3machina I'm rethinking about dying it again after your success. Do you have a picture of your hair? Is the leather black dye reddish at all in the sunlight?


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