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I went to my hairdressers to have foils in so i can have another colour put in, after bleaching, they applied the PINK colour, every thing was fine, colour was great,then by day 5 it started to look dull,then over the next few days it started to fade, its now, ORANGE with a hint of pink!!! ive been having PINK in my hair now for 2 years at my usual hairdressers and its always lasted 5 months and still very vibrant, but i decided to try somewhere new (god knows why now), do you think i should ask for part refund?? it cost me £80!!! im out of work so i had to save up for a while as a birthday treat. Thanks

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I went to my hairdressers to have foils in so i can have another colour put in, after bleaching, they applied the PINK colour, every thing was fine, colour was great,then by day 5 it started to look dull,then over the next few days it started to fade, its now, ORANGE with a hint of pink!!! ive been having PINK in my hair now for 2 years at my usual hairdressers and its always lasted 5 months and still very vibrant, but i decided to try somewhere new (god knows why now), do you think i should ask for part refund?? it cost me £80!!! im out of work so i had to save up for a while as a birthday treat. Thanks

 

 

I would definately go back and ask for their opinion as to why the colour has obviously failed to live up to expectations.

Give them the chance to put it right anyhow. I'm pretty sure that they will be only too willing to sort it all out.

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I think you could reasonably expect your hairdresser to put it right at no additional cost to you. I don't think you have a case for a refund.

 

It sounds like you have dyed/bleached your hair on previous occasions. I'm assuming you know that it will damage your hair if you keep doing this and that may well affect how well it takes up colour and retains it? That could be part of the problem.

 

It would be a lot cheaper for you to leave out the dyes and the bleach - let it grow back natural and maybe use those cheap, fun spray colours that wash out? It would certainly be better for your hair.

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