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How Soon after Coloring My Hair Can I Recolor?

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It is recommended that you recolor your hair from 4 to 6 weeks after previously coloring your hair. Coloring your hair any sooner than that may cause damage. Normally, just the roots are recolored and then during the last 5 minutes of the processing, the color can be combed through the rest of the hair to freshen it.
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Waaaayyyy too soon to do it again. Give it at least another 4 weeks and condition condition condition. My best advise is to go back to the salon asap, let them know that you are not
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