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I have med brown hair dye and want to go red brown. Should I dye roots the old color 1st to make it even & then recolor with new shade?

Should I use a color remover first? I want to go from Nutrisse 50 to Nutrisse 558 and have 1/2" natural growth. My real hair is thin, med length, dark brown. Can I retouch my roots with 50 to make it all the same and then recolor the whole thing with 558 on the same day? Next day?

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You should first dye your hair all one color so that when you dye your hair the next color, it will all look the same and be even.

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Thank you. That's what I thought but wanted to make sure.
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