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Lindsay Lohan, the teen starlet who brought red hair back to the forefront of fashion has changed her hair color so many times over the past few years, we're not even sure what color she is now!.
She went from gorgeous natural red hair to platinum blond, to dark brunette, back to flame red, to coppery red, back to blonde.... phew!
Of course Lindsay Lohan is lucky enough to have only the best hair stylists to satisfy her chameleon-like hair changes, but if you too are wanting a drastic hair color change, here are some tips to ensure your hair stays in the very best condition.
Going from brown to blonde:
If you want to lighten your hair more than 3 shades below your natural color, you are going to have to use bleach. Bleaching your hair is hydrogen peroxide removing some or most of the natural pigment in your hair. This is step one of the 'double process'. The second step is toning.
Bleaching is permanent and is damaging to your hair. You will need to have your roots touched up every 6-8 weeks to maintain the color. Only apply bleach to the roots you want to lighten - if you apply more bleach on already lightened hair you will damage and dry out your hair.
If you decide to go blonde, do a deep-conditioning treatment once a week to reduce damage to the ends of your hair.
Going from blonde to brown:
If you have blonde hair and you want to go dark, you may need a reddish brown. The red tones act as a filler - if you dye your hair an ashy brown it may go grayish and flat. The red tones will give your hair great depth.
If you were a very light color to begin with and you don't maintain your regrowth, the light blonde roots can make your hair look thin on top. Touch up your roots every 4-6 weeks.
Brown color tends to fade a little over time and loses that rich hue. Invest in some color-enhancing shampoo and conditioner to keep your color for longer.
If you are not sure if brunette is for you, start off slowly with a few dark lowlights around your face.
Going from brown to red:
When removing the natural pigment of dark hair it goes through several color changes - from black, to brown, to red, to orange, to yellow to white. So if you are wanting to go red from naturally dark brown hair, you will need to bleach your hair using a lower strength bleach.
You may want to brighten your red tones with a red hair rinse or hair dye. If you want to go a vibrant red, you will have to bleach your hair and then use red hair dye on top.
Red tends to fade quite quickly so make sure you use products specifically for dyed hair.
Going from red to blonde:
You will have to bleach your hair to lighten it. If you are wanting to go an ashy blonde, you will need a toner to remove the reds.
Going from blonde to red:
If you hair is blonde and you want to go a vibrant red, then lucky you. Your already lightened hair will go bright red! You will need to keep touching up the color as it will fade fairly quickly. Red hair dye on blonde hair will fade to a pinkish color. Coppery reds will fade to a faded orange color.