The desire to lighten hair sometimes leads to unexpected and unpleasant surprises. So having bought a seemingly good lightening paint, after dyeing your hair, you notice with horror that an ugly redhead appeared on them instead of a chic golden color, like the girl on the package. You can dye your hair a dark color to paint over the redhead. There is also a second way - try to lighten the hair again in the hope of achieving the desired effect.
If the lightening procedure was carried out in a hairdresser or salon, and as a result, your hair has acquired a different color that you have repeatedly asked the master about, ask in this case to make color correction or insist on a refund of the money paid.
When a redhead remains on the hair after lightening, the only reasonable and correct solution may be to return to the original shade of your hair by dyeing. The dye can also be chosen a little lighter than the natural color of your hair, so that the redhead is completely painted over.
If you have dyed your hair auburn or brown before, some particles of this dye may well appear on your hair after lightening it. In this case, a wash can help you out, which must be used before staining.
Dyeing your hair ash is also one of the options for getting rid of redheads. This cool color neutralizes the reddish hue and others like it. But this procedure must necessarily be carried out by a professional who is well versed in color.
You can also try to remove redheads with a tint shampoo of blue or purple tones. Use it to rinse your hair once a week for a permanent effect.
Remember that if you succeed in removing the redhead from your hair, it may well appear again. One of the reasons for this is chlorinated water. It is better to wash bleached hair with boiled water with the addition of a small amount of ammonia or a pinch of salt.