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Vinegar does not strip hair color from the hair. Vinegar removes residue buildup on the hair without damaging it or the hair dye. More »

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A few ways to remove semi-permanent hair dye quickly is to shampoo the hair a few times with a strong shampoo, rinse with plenty of hot water or use a color remover product designed for semi-permanent hair dye. Shampooin... More »

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The only hair color peroxide is able to remove is washable hair color that bonds to hair too long. Permanent hair color cannot be removed and is only lightened by the use of peroxide. More »

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To dye your hair with food coloring, mix your chosen color with vinegar, and dip-dye hair one section at a time. To avoid staining your hands during the process, wear latex gloves. While this may negatively impact your d... More »

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One can highlight hair naturally with some simple ingredients, such as honey, vinegar, lemon juice, chamomile tea and beer. Although these home remedies can help lighten hair, the effect is subtle. More »

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Ombre hair is a hair color that is usually a darker shade from the roots through to the mid shaft and gradually fades to a lighter color from the mid shaft to the ends. The word "ombre" is of French origin and means "to ... More »

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Bleaching or soap caps are the only methods for completely removing permanent hair color. It's possible to remove henna and semi-permanent tints with other materials, such as oils, vitamin C and lemon juice. More »

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