- (egosexual) wrote in get_up_dread_up,

I've decided to dye my dreads red. But first, I have a question.

Before I dreaded my hair, my hair was dyed black, then bleached, and then dyed black again. This was over a period of about a year. I've come to the conclusion that it's better for me to use the color remover/stripper by L'Oreal instead of bleaching it, since I don't really need my hair to be blonde to get the red that I want - I only need the hair to be brown. My hair isn't severely damaged. It doesn't break off like straw. But before removing the color and dyeing my hair again, I'd like to use either hot oil or something like it, to repair it a bit.

So... Right now, at my house, I have the following:
- Hot-Oil deep hair repair for dry or damaged hair by Schwarzkopf Gliss Kur, which contains protein, and to my knowledge, does not contain vitamin E;
- and then I've got Hair repair hot-oil by Henna Plus, which contains vitamin E and provitamin B5, and has a pH of 4.5.

Which one should I use?

Schwarzkopf with protein
Henna with vitamin E, provitamin B5 and a pH of 4.5

Why did you choose that product?

Thank you!
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