My hair is pissing me off! Shall I risk a semi dye?...it's not in the best condition

(5 Posts)
VeganCow Sat 01-Jun-13 19:26:11

superdrug semi permanents are great.
On offer at moment 2 for £5.

elliej83 Thu 02-May-13 22:44:55

My hairdresser told me to use semi perm dye on my hair as it would make it shinier and in better condition. I'd always bleached it before and was trying to grow my hair / get it back to my natural colour. I've found semi perm has evened out the colour and made it look much shiner / healthy so i'd recommend smile

ZaraW Tue 30-Apr-13 09:00:07

My hair is dry and frizzy and even semi permanent makes it drier. I don't colour my hair often but when I do I use henna.

amibi Thu 11-Apr-13 12:43:41

Sorry, shameless bump confused

amibi Wed 10-Apr-13 14:57:43

Hi everyone

So I have long, thick, naturally curly dark brown(almost black) hair. I wash it twice a week and I always have to use my trusty GHD's cos it's so unruly, but obviously the more I use them, the more dry and frizzy my hair is.

Anyway, I'm not cutting it off and starting again, even though I'm tempted sometimes, but it just doesn't suit me short, cos it's way too thick.

I really fancy a change and I'm starting to get really bored of my natural colour. I had ruled out dying my hair cos I assumed it would just damage my hair further, but then a few of my friends mentioned that semi permanent dyes can actually be good for you hair......is this true?

Also, is it always better to go and get it done professionally? I tried it at home once, but because my hair was so dark, it didn't really make a difference and I thought my hair felt more dry and brittle afterwards.

Oh and if anyone is in the nottingham area, or there abouts, can anyone recommend a good hairdressers? Long shot I know, but I thought I'd ask just in case smile

Any advice ladies?

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