I did the allergy test on my arm for just for men hair dye and 48 hours later had an allergic reaction. It looks raised with blisters and is itchy and hot.
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I am a hairdresser and I am so glad your did the allergy test before you used the hair color. Most people are in such a hurry they won't do the allergy test or give us the time to do it for them. All haircolor advises anyone who uses it to do the allergy ( patch) test 48 ahead of the application of the haircolor. DO NOT use the hair color as what you are describing is the classic positive result for allergy to the hair color. If this reaction does not go away or get better within just a few days, go see a dermatologist. Sometimes they have to give you a shot and/or other medicine to clear it up, depending on how severe the reaction.
maximillion, i guess the test verifies that he dye , will not work, but i am told that there are natural products, try health and beauty aide stores, or hair salons that do natural hair with no chemicals, and they probrably have more of a selection for you, you just test the product the same way... good luck to you vtech10
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