Try toning it with a purple shampoo and conditioner. Leave the conditioner in for at least an hour. If this doesn't help you need to redye. If you are using store bought products you may want to go with a highlighter or tipping kit as these use actual bleach where as must box colors will not give you the lift your looking for.
Apply castor oil to your hair, put a shower cap over it (or a plastic bag will work), and wrap in a towel. Leave on as long as possible, preferably overnight, before washing out. Do this at least once a week. Go as long as you can in between washings. Avoid styling products as much as possible, along with blow drying and other heating tools. Try not to put hair in a pony tail as this pulls on the hair and causes stress. Good luck!
It is a corn plant. Keep in a sunny room, but it does not require direct sunlight. Water when soil begins to feel dry. I always use the plant food spikes to eliminate trying to remember when to feed.
February 1, 20171 found this helpful
Creativity and thinking outside of the box is the name of the game. After I had my leg amputated there were simply things I had to find a new way to do. A bike basket on the front of your walker works great to move things with you. A front loading washer works great, I put a shower chair in front of mine to sit on to change loads, and used a grabber to get to articles that were at the back. A stool in front of the stove made it easier to cook and while in a wheelchair was also a great place to do prep work. Attitude is everything, and being a little stubborn helps too, lol! I refused to give up control of my life or let my disability win. When there is a will it finds a way, never give up, and always fight the good fight.