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    Default Re: Henna dread: trying to remove henna

    That's a good amount of lightening, I'm glad it worked out for you
    Also love the copper color, looks lovely!
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    Heyyyy it looks great!

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    Yes it looks amazing. Nice color. I have to say, I do like it better than the color that was in there, but I have grown to loathe henna
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    Quote Originally Posted by lapushka View Post
    Yes it looks amazing. Nice color. I have to say, I do like it better than the color that was in there, but I have grown to loathe henna
    Lol thank you! Youíre comment made me giggle because same! Haha. I just couldnít say enough to someone reading this right now thinking about doing it...just...DONT. Itís just honestly not worth it. I donít want to offend anyone because there are so many people who rock it. It just inherently darkens, the color is unpredictable, itís a mess, it takes for ever, and is so hard to get out. Its a wonderful plant and I personally love the smell of it, but I just donít think itís worth coloring the hair with.

    Thank you everyone. It still hasnít darkened so thatís good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lapushka View Post
    There used to be a good saying around here. You don't date henna, you marry it, and that is as true as it gets!
    LOL, I've never heard that expression, but it's very true!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelomit View Post
    LOL, I've never heard that expression, but it's very true!
    Yes it's been around for a long time! I forgot who first said it, but...? Was it Neoma? I forgot. Oh darn it!
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    **quick update. So my hair did darken a little but not like it was before. The photo below is before color opps, one day after, then two days after. I did buy some ďgo blonderĒ shampoo and conditioner which I read helps with the brassy color. That may have been what caused the change (but I doubt it works that quick)**

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    Quote Originally Posted by MotherofPhoenix View Post
    **quick update. So my hair did darken a little but not like it was before. The photo below is before color opps, one day after, then two days after. I did buy some “go blonder” shampoo and conditioner which I read helps with the brassy color. That may have been what caused the change (but I doubt it works that quick)**

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    That's looking great! Much more natural, and I hope it continues to go in the direction you're looking for!

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