Man dying his hair: go professional or not?

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Hello, I’m an 18 year old intending to dye my natural blond hair a sort of medium to dark brown colour. Should I get this done professionally or just do it at home? Cheers
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Try it at home first
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(Original post by DerelictGaslight)
Hello, I’m an 18 year old intending to dye my natural blond hair a sort of medium to dark brown colour. Should I get this done professionally or just do it at home? Cheers
Lucky you have blonde hair, keep it that way, Jabba
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Hello, I’m an 18 year old intending to dye my natural blond hair a sort of medium to dark brown colour. Should I get this done professionally or just do it at home? Cheers
make sure you do your research and leave the dye in your hair for a decent amount of time (50 mins). Probably get someone else to do it so they can put the dye everywhere.
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If you haven't dyed your hair before, best to have it done professionally.
Have you already used a virtual try on app or website to check whether you are happy with how the target hair colour will look on you?
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I find it a bit weird for a guy of your age to die his hair ngl. But, it is your choice. I'd say that if it is your first time, go professional. If you have experience, DIY.
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I find it a bit weird for a guy of your age to die his hair ngl. But, it is your choice. I'd say that if it is your first time, go professional. If you have experience, DIY.
Some people go grey early
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Some people go grey early
Take Schofield for instance.
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Take Schofield for instance.
True! Though now we might know why that is...
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I find it a bit weird for a guy of your age to die his hair ngl. But, it is your choice. I'd say that if it is your first time, go professional. If you have experience, DIY.
wow sexism much. I thought men and women are supposed to be equal these days?
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wow sexism much. I thought men and women are supposed to be equal these days?
It depends on their sexuality I suppose
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wow sexism much. I thought men and women are supposed to be equal these days?
They are, I just thought not many men die their hair, unless it goes gray early. But, it is up to the individual.
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(Original post by DerelictGaslight)
Hello, I’m an 18 year old intending to dye my natural blond hair a sort of medium to dark brown colour. Should I get this done professionally or just do it at home? Cheers
Dyeing*. Thought you wanted to murder your hair! (Tbh dyeing it would be murdering it. Stay natural!)
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