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Wash your hair with a mixture of clarifying shampoo and hair developer to remove food coloring. Repeat as many times as needed until the water runs clear from your hair, and then condition your hair afterwards. You will ... More »

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Using a store-bought color remover or a homemade vitamin C treatment that mixes vitamin C powder with shampoo are ways to remove hair coloring. Both of these methods work on permanent and semi-permanent hair dye and do n... 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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The easiest way to get rid of yellow hair is to wash it with a colorless shampoo augmented with violet food coloring gel. This process takes about 10 minutes and requires violet food coloring gel, colorless shampoo, hair... More »

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To cover up red hair dye, try washing your hair with a mixture made of shampoo and food coloring. If this fails to neutralize the red to a satisfactory level, use an ash-brown semipermanent hair color. Use a clarifying s... More »

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To strengthen the hair, use shampoo and conditioner formulated to fortify the hair. Blot hair dry with a microfiber towel, work tangles out in sections, and use a heat protector before styling. Once a week, use a coconut... More »

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To fix blonde hair that is too brassy, use a shampoo or a conditioner that contains hues such as violet or blue. Moisturizing treatments can also help correct brassy hues. More »

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