Every time I color my hair, no matter what shade, it always fades fast. Oh and it's not box color I go in and get it done. I am thinking it might be because of taking insulin. Are there any other insulin users out there that experience similar problems? Or does my hair just not play nice with color?

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Comment by catlover on March 14, 2013 at 8:42am

I don't have any early fading of my haircolor. I have been getting my hair colored long before I became a D. I also use Tressemme shampoo and conditioner when I wash my hair. I use the kind for colored hair. The color still looks OK when I get it done again. I just go to get the gray covered. I don't think insulin has anything to do with it.

Comment by Amber on March 14, 2013 at 8:52am
Well I've tried lighter and darker. There is always significant fading by 3/4 weeks. I wash every other day with color safe shampoo. It sounds like it just might be my hair. Thanks for your input ladies.
Comment by Kalobe on March 15, 2013 at 1:48am
Mine fades after about two weeks. Perms also don't stay curly on my head! I have fine hair so that may be why.

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