I am 49 years old. I have baby fine hair but it is in good shape. I have dyed my hair for 20 years.
My natural color is auburn/light brown. I have dyed my hair med brown, dark brown, mahogany, burgundy. I want to be a "lightest blonde color". What do I do? I do not like any copper or brassiness. It looks horrible on me. Is it even realistic that I can achieve the color I want? Here is my current color (all my dye has been from L'Oréal, Nice N Easy, etc.
Most home hair coloring products warn you not to try to change your color more than three shades lighter or darker. If you're trying to go very light, you should go to a professional to have it done.
Thank you. I am going to be taking your advice and returning the bleach powder, 30 developer , hair coloring.
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