Colour Stripper Watch

Tinkerbell123.x
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Does anyone know a good colour stripper? My hairs a dyed dark red at the moment, I’ve had it this colour for over a year now but the last time I dyed it I changed my mind and didn’t like it anymore but thought I’d let the colour fade first (it’s been over 3 months and I’ve let most of the colour fade) I’m wanting to go from red to bright blue if I can for a wedding next month.

I was going to strip the colour and chuck a blonde toner or dye over the top before putting a blue one on but don’t know if it’d work, if anyone’s done this before opinions will be appreciated.
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DO NOT USE A COLOUR STRIPPER!!! I've home bleached a bunch and I've never seen damage like when I used a stripper... it reads and no matter how much I washed my hair it smells awful when wet for weeks... just bleach it again, trust me
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