Here’s a really cool Japanese hair dye brand, especially for asian hair. Its call Palty and gives yummy colors. The more popular colors for asians are milk tea and caramel. The rule of thumb is that if you have dark hair color and wish to dye a very light or drastic color like honey peanut or orange biscuit, you should bleach your hair first to get the desired results. But do bear in mind that bleaching can be very damaging to your hair.
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I had dyed my hair with peach pudding i think in august…my roots are starting to show now…my hair now is like a medium brown color
As these are DIY hair dye products, the actual color might not be exactly the same as shown on the box or picture. Some people got a orange borwn color for Peach Pudding color, which is supposed to look more reddish color. Some got a light brown outcome when they bought a darker brown hair dye. Also, some with longer hair might need 2 boxes instead of one.
Hence, DIY hair dye jobs don’t always turn out as expected. It all depends on how long you put the hair dye, whether you follow instructions well, your hair quality and how well it absorps the color, your original base color etc. The factors involved are varied and complex for each individual, so there is no one size fits all. When in doubt, its always best to go for professional help at a hair salon.