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    Is it possible to make my hair black without using dye?
    i cant explain what happened and why im asking, its too embarrassing
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    Lol, you may need to explain. It's anonymous anyway, don't worry.
    So what happened?....
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    i cant explain what happened and why im asking, its too embarrassing
    well that's what the anon is for...
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is it possible to make my hair black without using dye?
    i cant explain what happened and why im asking, its too embarrassing
    erm....not to my knowledge no....
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    You squeeze on lemon juice, and go and sit in a darkened room.
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    (Original post by Champagne-Dahling)
    You squeeze on lemon juice, and go and sit in a darkened room.
    huh!?
    You sure?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    huh!?
    You sure?
    God no :rolleyes: you'll have to dye your hair to go back to black.....what colour is now anyway :confused:
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    Have you tried rolling around in coal dust?
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    Indigo? It still dyes (and it's more permanent than boxed dye), but it's not bad for your hair at all unlike standard hair dye. I think it's darned messy, though, but might be worth some research.
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    (Original post by Squelchy)
    Have you tried rolling around in coal dust?
    No, I dont think i want to
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    i dont think theres anyway u can change your hair colour without using dye! ... y dont u wna use dye though?
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    (Original post by Champagne-Dahling)
    You squeeze on lemon juice, and go and sit in a darkened room.
    wat happens if you do this?
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    Why don't you want dye, there's no other way! :s:
 
 
 
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