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How-To Video: Dying Your Hair Red!

Someone in my FormSpring asked for an *exact* How-To on how to dye your hair red. So here you go! I really just needed to dye my hair today so this was an incentive to do it. And someone else in my FormSpring has really been wanting me to do YouTube videos. Don't make fun of my chubby face and the slicked back hair'do! I know it looks rough! hahaha Oh well! Hope this is helpful!


xoxo

17 comments:

  1. I am so tempted to dye my hair again lo. but the question is black (technically it's midnight blue so it's black with like a blue tinge) or mahogany red (just red like yours hehe)?

    Then again I need it trimmed anyway lol. oh dear lol.

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  2. you made this so much easier for me to understand.
    :]

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  3. Ok So I've never watched your videos before today and you have the CUTEST voice! So adorbable!

    Ok question- when you did the red for the first time did you bleach it or just put it over your natural color? I'm assuming your hair was dark before, and since you're using the 'for dark only', does it change the color without bleaching it? I've been dyeing my hair blue/black for a while now but would love to change it.

    xoxo,
    susannahbean

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  4. kaelah i want to tell this susannahbean that the 30 volume is what changes the color. 10 vol is deposit only. 20 has minimal lift and then deposits. 30 and 40 have a greater lift factor and then deposit the color. and that 'for dark hair only' means for NATURAL dark hair only =]

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  5. han: thats a tough one! im sure either would look great!

    ames: so glad!

    susannah: no. never bleached it. it is strong enough to do it on its own, however, it WILL NOT lift color if you're hair is dyed black or dark. dye can't lift dye (only bleach can) so it'd only work on your hair if it was naturally black or if you waited until all the dye came out of your hair. my hair is naturally almost-black so it did this on its own. no bleach needed. but it can't strip other dyes. :) hope that clears it up :D

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  6. haha jess, we commented at the exact same time :P but yes, pretty much exactly what you said i said in my comment :P

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  7. my way was more confusing hahah. but i just wanted to make sure! =]

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  8. and i beat you by 1 minute haha ;]

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  9. you're so charming in your videos!

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  10. just looked at the headbands in your etsy. verry cute :) i love the fabric..all the floral fabric from walmart you used, i just bought saturday! i love em!

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  11. @susannahbean I've got dark brown hair and when I went to red I just dyed it and it was fine - you just leave it in a few minutes longer (not too much longer) on some dyes they come with a what your hair should look like patch and mine has never failed

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  12. hey kaelah, i´m back from hamburg and now i´m starting to make a little package for you again, sending it soon.
    just wanted to say that i love the way you say "and", sounds great! hihi :) and your red hair looks brilliant!
    xoxo, kati <3

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  13. I always get my boyfriend to do my hair because I don't think I'd get it all but you made it look so easy! Maybe I'll give it a go next time.

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  14. loove your hair :)
    and your adorable southern accent !!

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  15. you're so cute kaelah. I wanna squeeze you!<3

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  16. ok so what about your eyebrows?? i uses "for dark hair only- Magenta" and my eyebrows are really dark and dont match :/

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  17. @kaelah,jessica,han: Thanks for the info! I should probably just have it done professionally the first time, knowing me I'd mess it up terribly!

    xoxo,
    susannahbean

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