If you’re rethinking those pink streaks you dyed into your hair or you’re not completely satisfied with the shade of blond your hairdresser gave you, you don’t have to cringe every time you walk by a mirror. Hair dye usually comes in temporary, semi-permanent or permanent, with each one varying in intensity and longevity. But even if you have permanent hair dye in your strands, you can still get it out – or at least lighten the color – with baking soda.
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