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    Hey everyone. I dyed my hair around 7 weeks ago now and currently have a reddy brown colour as shown here:
    http://img195.imageshack.us/img195/2571/dsc01364.png

    However, I'd really like a bright coppery colour like this: http://s11.bdbphotos.com/images/orig...t0fd89df9o.jpg

    I don't know where to begin. Will I need bleach, a colour remover? Which colour dye will achieve this look?

    My hair is fairly dark indoors (I'm naturally a dark-medium coloured brunette) but i'm not sure how to go about lighting it for the copper colour to 'take' to my hair. Help please!
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    Find a hairdresser.
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    First hair colour = :coma: Keep it.
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    (Original post by Irrelevance)
    First hair colour = :coma: Keep it.
    This. Don't become yet another girl with Paramore hair.
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    I adore your hair as it is If you really want, find a hairdresser, but I'd love your shade right now.
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    Hm, I like the second one better tbh.. but like the other's said, just bring the picture along and show it to a hairdresser
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    You'd have to bleach your hair to get it really bright and as far as I've heard that's not great for the condition...it looks awesome as it is, you should leave it that way!
 
 
 
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