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    i use permenant hair colour,been even trying different brands john freida,olia,perfect 10 etc. Been going for brown colours for a year or so now,usually light to medium shades. It seems everytime i go to dye again i need a all over colour ,not just roots. for quite awhile i've gone longer between dye jobs but i'm starting more regular now,once every month or 2. I've been dying a long time so i'm doubting shampoo would be a problem as it never used to fade unless it's a age related matter. Any suggestions ??
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    apparently, UV is what causes most fading.
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    and shampoo can cause fading. I have been doing my hair for 20 yrs now and it fades so early now. But since I switched to sulfate free shampoo lasts about 3 months. Most shampoos that are color protect can sulfate which strips the color. Also certain colors fade faster anything with a red tinge or red dye fades fast. I dye my hair red hair from bright red to red and it doesn't last that long. My aunt is a hair dresser so she explained to me how to make my color last. Plus use Moroccan oil helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by lecale View Post
    The tube of really thick conditioner you get with your hair colour - stretch it out so you are applying at weekly.

    I use Garnier sleek & shine (I think that's what it's called?) before I blow dry to help condition (as well as a conditioner) as well. Any leave in conditioner will help. I love Garnier product line for colored hair.

    Sun and shampoo are both major culprits to fading. Maybe a UV protecting conditioner, colour protecting shampoo, and I agree totally about the red tones fading faster than anything else. I was red in high school (natural blonde) and I had to do it every 3 weeks to keep the same colour tone. Red is the worst natural colour to dye over, and the worst colour to keep in.
    I so agree with you - red is the worse but I like the Garnier Nutrisse Mousse I use the intense red works great.
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    I've never dyed my hair at home. I only ever dye it in the salon.

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    Well it might be a silly question but do you use a swimming pool? cuz the chlorine in the water can affect hair dye and make it fade.

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    I swim but only in the summer really,don't think it'd affect it all year.

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