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www.leaf.tv/articles/can-you-highlight-your-hair-after-coloring

Exposing your hair to multiple chemical processes back-to-back can be damaging to its health. It is particularly straining to first darken your hair and then highlight segments of it through bleaching. If possible,you should never do more than one at-home process. If you dye your whole head with a ...

www.leaf.tv/articles/highlighting-dyed-dark-hair

Dying your hair dark, such as a dark brown or black, gives you a deep, rich color. If you change your mind, though, and want to go for a lighter look, you may be able to make the transition after several weeks and continuous shampooing. However, if you want to add highlights to your dark-dyed hair, ...

www.madison-reed.com/blog/dear-color-crew-how-do-i-color-my-highlighted-hair

How do I do this without the color coming out differently on the highlighted hair versus the rest of my hair? Can I even do this at home? Great question! Highlights are great but sometimes we need a change from the same look. It takes a couple of steps, but going back to your natural color can be done at home.

curltalk.naturallycurly.com/discussion/65572/highlights-on-dyed-hair

Highlights on dyed hair?? Babyk005 Posts: 205 Registered Users. January 2009 in Coloring Your Hair. I wanted to get highlights but my hair is dyed a reddish brown color right now. My natural color is medium brown. I wanted to dye my hair medium brown and then get blondish highlights.

www.wikihow.com/Highlight-Hair

How to Highlight Hair. Highlights add dimension to hair, making it look fuller and more vibrant. They can also play up your features, making you look more youthful and radiant. Getting this treatment done at a salon can get quite...

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How to Highlight Dyed Hair. Part of the series: Hair Dyeing and Bleaching. Before you can highlight dyed hair you must first remove the color with a pre-lightening application powder bleach ...

www.hairfinder.com/hair/redhairblondehighlights.htm

A: If your hair has been dyed to be red, then you have to have used a haircolor with a red, red-orange, or orange base color. If you attempted to add highlights, the bigger worry is that you can end up with brassy orange highlights. If you plan to get the highlights just from lightening the hair, there would only be a worry of brassiness which ...

www.funadvice.com/q/dying_hair_10651

Well, it depends on the color of the dye. If it's a medium to light shade I would say it is safe as the hair will take less time to lighten, but if you got in a darker shade I wouldn't advice you getting highlight at all because the bleach will really tire the hair out since they'll have to let it sit out much longer

www.stylecraze.com/articles/ways-to-highlight-your-hair-at-home

Hand painted highlights (also popularly known as ‘balayage’) is all the trend right now and the reason for it is apparent. This gorgeous color technique blends the highlights so flawlessly into your hair that they look like they grew out of your head that way naturally.

www.esalon.com/.../colorist-tips/how-to-color-previously-colored-hair

Going lighter can be a trickier transition than going darker, since hair color is not able to 'lift' other hair color. However, we do have a few tips on how to lighten already-colored hair that can make the transition easier. One option is to lighten only your new growth, while letting the ends of your hair fade gradually to match.