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Absolutely!  Are you covering gray, highlighting, or changing the color completely?   Years ago I used to do a light rinse in summer to bring out the blondes.    

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15 hours ago, voxman said:

Absolutely!  Are you covering gray, highlighting, or changing the color completely?   Years ago I used to do a light rinse in summer to bring out the blondes.    

Oh, I might add the Blondes loved it....

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16 hours ago, voxman said:

Absolutely!  Are you covering gray, highlighting, or changing the color completely?   Years ago I used to do a light rinse in summer to bring out the blondes.    

getting lots of greys on the sides, I've heard of "rinses" before, are they more natural? is this just a salon treatment or are there over the counter products? Was never a big fan of the full dyed hair look and wanted to keep it more natural if possible

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A rinse is a temporary coloring lasting 5-6 shampoos - it contains color pigments that stain the outer layer (cuticle) of the hair. Hair color dyes contain color molecules that deposit into the middle layer (cortex) of the hair through a chemical process.  It's a temporary solution that lets you decide how a color can look.

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