How to dye your hair Red without Bleach

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May 30, 2017 by pocasix26

Natalie Watson / Inglewood, CA

I know we’ve all been at a point in our lives where we’ve wanted to change up our looks, and for me, it’s currently red hair. No, I’m not talking about fire engine red but more of a subtle red or even a burgundy. Of course, no one wants this style if it’s going to cause damage, so I found a product that removes the bleaching process all together to achieve the red you want for dark hair.

The great thing about it is if your hair is already lighter, you can apply a hair cellophane to achieve red hair, but that is an upcoming article soon to come.   This amazing product is L’Oreal Excellence HiColor Red Highlights Permanent Creme Hair Color, and it removes the process of using bleach, yet still achieves the color you want.

This product is advised to be used by professionals, but the instructions are simple enough to follow at home. If you do not trust your ability to color your hair at home, I do advise taking these products to your hair stylist. I have personally used these products at home and achieved a beautiful color that I enjoyed. Be cautious when using these products; do a skin test to ensure that you are not allergic to the product. I will attach product photos to the article.

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