Dose this shade of blonde work for me?
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Answered by: sooozie In her 20's from Detroit, Michigan
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Answered by: BrianaEHernande... Hair Expert/Makeup Artist In her 30's from San Diego, CA
Anytime you are lifting red hair you will have the left over undertones that remain. Depending on the integrity of the hair you may want to either take your chances trying to remove once again or add a full head of highlights. Keep in mind highlights may be able to control more but will leave behind a reddish hue because of the buffer section that is woven out. If your integrity is shot, hold off on lightening it any further and nourish it back to health before proceeding.
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