I have been bleaching my hair and putting a pretty grey color on it. but it quickly gets lighter
so looking for a permanent grey hair color
Prosseco and Goldwell topchic are great choices for a permanent gray hair color. The problem with pastels and even the granny gray looks is they all wash out very fast! Usually in two weeks or less. Try one of the ones I mentioned they last much longer. A bit pricey if you are used to using drug store or big box retailer hair dye. Though its a bit more cost effective to go with a lasting color!
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by keepitnatural 3 years ago
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