Once it has grown out a couple of inches, you could have a cosmetologist to do a color highlight only on the new growth so that it will blend with the color you have.
Keep in mind that the color you have on now, will fade somewhat after a few weeks.
Would recommend that you use a mild shampoo for color treated hair until you get the old chemically processed hair trimmed off.
Human hair can only take a certain amount of chemical processing before it starts to break down. Once it has been over processed, it will become dry, brittle and begin to break off. The end result most likely would be disastrous.
Finding a cosmetologist who specializes in corrective color is quite difficult and once you do find them, it can be quite costly, because it is around a four hour process and many expensive products are involved.
Also, there are no guarantees that the stylist can get your hair back to its original color. It really depends on what your natural color was to begin with, what products and brand of products you used on your hair, and the condition of your hair at this point.
If you have damaged it to the point that the cuticle is blown out, it may not even accept more color.
getting your hair stripped does as much(even more?) damage to your hair than dyeing it does. And because your hair has recently been through so much wear and tear, it's probably not on the healthiest side.
it would be too risky to do anything else to your hair for another while in my opinion. I know this cause I was in a similar situation a few months ago! I dyed my hair permanent colours 3 times in 3 months, and straightened it most days. I got a bit carried away, and when I went to my hair dressers and asked her would she fix it and try make it in a bit better condition, she said she couldn't do anything to my hair because any more dye would singe/burn/severely damage my hair...now I have to keep it the same color and get the roots done every month.
What I'm trying to say is, try not to get carried away with dyeing your hair, or else you won't have much hair to dye!! I know you only want it back your natural color and then will prob leave it alone for a while, but if you do this, your hair will most likely become brittle, dry, thinner, unhealthy and it would be easier and better in the long run for you to just leave your hair alone for a month or two...
but whatever its up to you..! :)
You just can't put any color over top of the bleached blonde hair and you do not know how porous your hair is. You may need a color filler applied before the color.
If you are not experienced with this type of hair treatment you could end up with green, blue, orange or some hideous looking color. Or even spotted.
I Woul'd Reccomend That At First, Then Go To The Hairdresser's And Say That You Have Used Head And Shoulders For A While What Would You Recommend I Did Now.
They Should Give You Some Tips Or They Could Strip It Out For You :)
Nope. Once you strip it, you have stripped the color out. There are only two ways to go back. One is to dye it back, and that is iffy. Often hair that has been stripped won't hold any color. (Been there, done that.) The other is to let it grow out naturally. You really need to talk to a professional colorist and get their opinion as to what shape you hair is actually in, and if it will hold color.