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How could i lighten my hair?

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I used to have a light golden brown base and blonde highlights but for the past 10 months I have had dark chocolate brown with slight red tone.
What would be the best way to return to my old colour bearing in mind my hair is professionally dyed, in very good condition as heat is very rarely applied to it, and whatever technique chosen will be applied by a hairdresser?
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Wash it in lemon juice :) I tried it and worked. You look pretty as you are too though. :)
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Lemon Juice
I know maybe this in not the answer that you expecting, but I think your hair is look so perfect on chocolat!
Stay like this!
PD Sorry about my english
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Start by having it highlighted. THis will change the color gradually without damaging your hair, when you go to the hair dresser tell them you are aiming for a lighter color every time ou have it highlighted. This will not only be the most natural way, but the way that will be healthier for your hair! This way you aren't damiging it by bleaching or dying it all at once. This is how I got my hair to be blonde a couple years ago, and I'm doing it agian now! It works great!
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Start by having it highlighted. THis will change the color gradually without damaging your hair, when you go to the hair dresser tell them you are aiming for a lighter color every time ou have it highlighted. This will not only be the most natural way, but the way that will be healthier for your hair! This way you aren't damiging it by bleaching or dying it all at once. This is how I got my hair to be blonde a couple years ago, and I'm doing it agian now! It works great!
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i would just keep on trying to make it lighter because my sister had hair like yours and wanted it to be blonde. she just kept on dying it to make it blonder and blonder and now she has perfect bleach blonde hair which is gorgeous!xx
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I would do a color remover and continue to work it through the hair consistently moving the product. Keep all eye on the hair and when it becomes close to your desired level, wash and rinse out. It may require some toning to reduce warmth and brightness.
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my natural hair used to be gold blond and i loved that natural ombre which was created by the sun and grown up highlights. then i made a mistake as i dyed my hair dark- mahogany and chestnut. a few months i let it to wash out and then i bleached a few thick strands with peroxide and highlight dye (you know, aluminium foil etc.). the next day i dyed my hair nut shampoo which is very similar to my natural hair color. nobody noticed it was made by me :D now i let it to grown up and i'm looking forward another ombre..
but there exists a technique of removing your dye which is really hair-friendly. at every hairdressing they should do that but i don't know if it's not expensive.
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