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^Try John Frieda Red for redheads. I don't think it's color depositing but it is a red color. If you can skip washing every other day.
I get a glaze on my hair so it doesn't look so dull. To keep it longer I just scrub out my hair first with warm, then cold water (no shampoo or anything) every other day.

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Thanks McClaire. I will look into the John Frieda products. I believe the shampoo has sulfates. But I will definitely look into the conditioner.
Thank you!!

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Just re dyed my red hair again. This time I put more of a redder auburn color over my faded copper tone. I looooove it!
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I'm still loving my red hair. It's coming up on a year since I first dyed it.

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most of the models on modcloth.com are redheads, some very nice shades for inspiration

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I have a question about re-dying my hair red. Right now I have platinum hair with dark/medium brown roots (my natural color). I would like to go back to copper red (which I was previously)...

My question is, if I'm using one shade of copper blonde for the whole head, do I use a higher percentage developer for the roots than the rest of my hair in order to achieve an even color? Or can I just use one developer + dye mixture for the whole head. I'm ok with roots being a slightly darker red since it will make regrowth look a bit better (I think?). Any advice?

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Anyone knows if there is some way of dyeing you hair from pink to red? Not with permanent dyes, that is.

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I just used Surya Basil henna on my hair the other day,my hair is so soft and conditioned,and amusingly maroon.

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I'm thinking about going back to red again. I was hoping to grow my hair to it's natural color but red seems to be calling me lol

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The reddest I got was dark orange.

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