how i get black die out of my hair?
my hair is black and i want to die it another color and i cant, so what can i do to get the black out with out haveing to bleaching it
Black hair must have the color removed (a process called bleaching) in order to be able to dye it any lighter color as it's the darkest shade possible.
Black hair is red-based, and can be very hard to turn blonde, so it's really recommended that you get your hair professionally lightened so that nothing goes wrong.
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