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    Going blonde...well, blonder

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    I am already blonde in spots; it is very noticeable around my face, but the rest of my hair is pretty dark. If I am out in the sun more it gets blonder.


    I am looking to do a post break-up change; typically I chop all my hair off, but I want it to be long again. So I am thinking blonder.

    I have never colored my hair. Tips, suggestions? I wil have it done by a pro.
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    What about highlights?
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    I could do that...I just never have before. I just don't want to walk into the salon to have it done and not have a clue what I am looking for...I guess it is ok, because I don't really.
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    As a hair dresser, I would suggest taking steps to being blonder. Going super blonde all at once can be a big shock and hard to get used to, so doing high lights is a great plan! If you decided you like it, you can get more and get them chunkier! Just remember it's harder to go back than it is to put more in =]

    Make sure you let them know it's your first time coloring, but don't let them talk you into anything you DON'T want. They should know what will look good, so sometimes leaving it in their hands is fine. Looking up pictures of celebrities or something is also helpful to let you know your options!
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    Thanks for the help!

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