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19-07-2011
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^That girl is crazily perfect. Never heard of her before but her hair (and skin!) is tdf.

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Deborah is from True Blood! she's is a natural Blonde too but damn she makes a hot redhead oh yeah! i posted her in the Celebs with the Best Skin thread too lol

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21-07-2011
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If it helps any, my eyebrows don't match and I'm a natural redhead. They're a dark brown.

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21-07-2011
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Well yes, brow color doesn't always match the hair on our head because, like eyelashes and pubic hair, they're coarser and can appear darker. There are always exceptions of course (like albino/natural platinum blondes) but the difference here is for a natural redhead the brows will be in the same shade family. Going with an unnatural red like fire engine or "true" red is like telling the world "yeah, I know it doesn't look natural, I'm just having fun!" so you might as well just dye the brows to match and have fun with it.
I don't recommend bleaching your brows though....I don't think orange (natural red) brows would look good with fire truck red hair

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I don't recommend bleaching your brows though....I don't think orange (natural red) brows would look good with fire truck red hair
This is true. I color my own hair. Granted, I have auburn hair naturally, but I like it to be a more vibrant red.
Whenever I touch up my roots I add color to my brows at the end and leave it on for only about ten minutes. That way they pick up some of the red tint, but aren't as bright as my hair.

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I henna'd my hair again the other day My hair is naturally a dull red, so I henna it brighter.
As for the eyebrow thing, my eyebrows are pretty dark naturally, and I can't be bothered to do anything with them

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^ that's a great color!

Personally I like it when the brows match the hair, It adds consistency.

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just ha my hair done today. i'm trying to get it to a nice natural looking auburn shade for the time being( i usually dye it crazy bright red/orange) so my hairdresser did a red copper mix that's gonna fade into the already ginger shade i had. it looks super dark in person.


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i'm absolutely intrigued by the awesome colours people here have achieved by using henna. i'm considering using it for myself now, but i dyed my hair about 1 1/2 weeks ago and the red came out a little too dark. is it save to use henna on hair that's already been chemically dyed? and, after using henna can you use chemical dye again or do you have to wait until the henna's grown out?

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If you try henna, but it doesn't turn out, can your put chemicals over it to fix it??

I'm looking for a bright blue based/red color, rather than an orange/copper red... Anyone tried a henna of this shade

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04-08-2011
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^You cant apply chemical dye over henna (and vice versa) its also pretty impossible to remove however you can build on the colour by reapplying the henna dye.

Adding paprika to the henna powder will intensify the redness but it really depends on what colour hair you have naturally. For obvious reasons its easier to get blonde or light coloured hair a more vivid red than it is for dark brunettes.

you should try a strand test first to get the right colour.

Also look on henna chat forums and blogs to see what other people with similar coloured hair have used.

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07-08-2011
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Candice is a redhead now???
She looks great!! Much, much better than the blonde.

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09-08-2011
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those are old photos of Candice but i do love her Red, it's so different. Blonde is okay...i think it's her brows on TVD that bother me. her brows look really good here

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