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    Ok...! not as great a disaster... but I did my own highlights a few months ago...really bad decision as usually I get them done proffessionally... anyways I've decided I'm too impatient to let my hair grow them out.. and too skint to pay to have them taken at professionally. I've attached a pic to show you my hair...Want to know how risky it would be to use a similiar colour to my natural colour to cover up the highlights. Help would be great!

    Thankoo!
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    Either it's a bad picture or it looks alright. You could always get bicced.
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    clearly you are trying to put in too much effort with your appearance.

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    whats bicced?
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    sorry whats wrong with you?
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    Looks fine to me.
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    (Original post by RyanW67)
    Ok...! not as great a disaster... but I did my own highlights a few months ago...really bad decision as usually I get them done proffessionally... anyways I've decided I'm too impatient to let my hair grow them out.. and too skint to pay to have them taken at professionally. I've attached a pic to show you my hair...Want to know how risky it would be to use a similiar colour to my natural colour to cover up the highlights. Help would be great!

    Thankoo!
    i cant see anything wrong but have you thought of trainee nights

    its cheap and supervised so you wont get wreaked hair
    but it will take longer
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    Model nights are the best. got my highlighs done there, at essensuals, for really cheap.
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    I can't see anything wrong.

    Something tells me the threadstarter isn't really unhappy but fishing for compliments!
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    (Original post by RyanW67)
    Ok...! not as great a disaster... but I did my own highlights a few months ago...really bad decision as usually I get them done proffessionally... anyways I've decided I'm too impatient to let my hair grow them out.. and too skint to pay to have them taken at professionally. I've attached a pic to show you my hair...Want to know how risky it would be to use a similiar colour to my natural colour to cover up the highlights. Help would be great!

    Thankoo!
    You missed a bit under your chin whilst you were shaving.
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    (Original post by Adhsur)
    I can't see anything wrong.

    Something tells me the threadstarter isn't really unhappy but fishing for compliments!
    erm.... no. I am unhappy, the picture i posted was too show my natural hair colour so that people could recommend me some products to use... would go to model nights but live in such a small place really far from anywhere with decent salons.
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    (Original post by RyanW67)
    erm.... no. I am unhappy, the picture i posted was too show my natural hair colour so that people could recommend me some products to use... would go to model nights but live in such a small place really far from anywhere with decent salons.
    is there not a college around you they do them
 
 
 
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