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    Basically I've been dying my hair quite a light blonde for over a year now (I'm naturally more of a mousey brunette). My roots were getting pretty bad so I decided to dye my hair but a couple of shades darker than I usually go for (I fancied a change). However it's gone quite coppery in patches and I really hate it! Someone please tell me how I can fix it? I'd rather not have to pay to go to the hairdressers

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    Try to use shampoo with some flower substances. They are to make the shade lighter in a natural way, so that you won't damage their state.
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    Try a violet or blue shampoo. The former cancels out yellow tones, and the latter counteracts orange and brassy tones. You could also try a blonding shampoo that deposits colour.
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    (Original post by emmamezzo)
    Basically I've been dying my hair quite a light blonde for over a year now (I'm naturally more of a mousey brunette). My roots were getting pretty bad so I decided to dye my hair but a couple of shades darker than I usually go for (I fancied a change). However it's gone quite coppery in patches and I really hate it! Someone please tell me how I can fix it? I'd rather not have to pay to go to the hairdressers

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    The weather is turning hot. People start planning their new styles for summer. For ladies, hair extensions are good hair accessories for them to achieve a new style.
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    Ex hairdresser hear! If its coppery it's generally too warm
    Using a silver shampoo or buying a due that is ash tones will neutralise the warmth


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