How long do I have to wait to rehighlight my hair if I got orange instead of blond highlights
The best thing you can do at this time is go see a professional colorist and have them do the highlighting. Not only will they have the right chemicals to get blond instead of orange, they will be able to tell you if re-highlighting will seriously damage your hair and you should wait, or if you can re-bleach right on top of what you have going on.
As a hairstylist I would say that you can get it corrected right now. Just don't do it yourself as color correction is tricky. I would rehighlight the hair and tone down the orange at the same time.
A hairdresser can colour your highlights back to your natural colour, then do new blonde highlights. If you're very dark haired, only professional colouring products, used by a professional, will achieve good results.
Don't try to do this yourself - your hair will just go from worse to worse.
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