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To be completely discombobulated that I can't find my hair dye for sale anywhere?

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wantmorenow Wed 07-Feb-18 21:00:35

Just that. Been using Vidal Sassoon 9/0 light neutral blonde for yonks. Roots are awful - can't find any for sale. Previously in Amazon, Boots and Home Bargains. None anywhere. sad

Last time I tried a different colour it went pink and cost me £££s and hours of my time in a salon to put the mess right.

I'm doomed. shock

Help me MNetters to find some please - my hair is cryig out for your collective help.

Lottie2017 Wed 07-Feb-18 21:07:32

Is this it on EBay?
https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vidal-Sassoon-Salonist-Permanent-Hair-Colour-9-0-Light-Neutral-Blonde/222797626562?hash=item33dfc5fcc2:g:LM0AAOSwKIBZ35B-

wantmorenow Wed 07-Feb-18 21:10:39

It is thanks! I don't have an ebay account. £15! though, was a fiver before. :-( May have to bite the bullet and choose a new shade/brand?

Duckeggloo Wed 07-Feb-18 21:12:39

Superdrug’s own lightest brown is good and neutral

wantmorenow Wed 07-Feb-18 21:19:13

Would lightest brown be too dark if I'm used to lightest blonde? My hair at the temples is bright white now and the rest a mousy blonde. Used to be ginger once upon a time.

I'm hopeless at this. That's why I stick to the one I knew.

Duckeggloo Wed 07-Feb-18 21:20:55

Yes it will be , I realised after I’d posted yours light blonde not brown. But their own brand dyes are fine

Eliza9917 Wed 07-Feb-18 21:24:29

I tried one from savers for a pound/2 pounds, and it was fantastic, really covered the greys for ages (I find the colour fades rather than its regrowth that needs doing, even though I use perm. dye) but I use black so no issue over the colour.

wantmorenow Wed 07-Feb-18 21:24:47

Thank you. Should I be looking for another that ends in /0? Some end in /1. I'm sure that means something but no idea what.

DropZoneOne Wed 07-Feb-18 21:26:57

I think it's been discontinued OP. I was using the dark brown, the only one I had found to cover my greys really well and not drip all over my bathroom. I paid £10 for a box from Amazon a few months ago but can't find it again confused

ToadOfSadness Wed 07-Feb-18 21:36:18

You can buy as a guest on Ebay, no need to sign up.

Lucymek Wed 07-Feb-18 21:38:33

www.onlinepoundstore.co.uk/product/vidal-sassoon-salonist-hair-colour-100-lightest-neutral-blonde/

If you fancy a change

2cats2many Wed 07-Feb-18 21:39:20

Tenner here

Lucymek Wed 07-Feb-18 21:40:58

Morrisons sells your shade though.

Lucymek Wed 07-Feb-18 21:41:25

For a fiver.

lazydog Wed 07-Feb-18 21:50:37

I use L'Oreal Excellence Cream in 9.1 (light ash blonde I think?) and people are surprised when they hear that it's a home dye job, not salon. Never had any colouring disasters with that brand/shade and my hair stays in good condition.

wantmorenow Wed 07-Feb-18 21:58:50

Almost. That's 10/0 not 9/0. The price was spot on though.

Thanks everyone will bite the bullet and try a new brand and pray they don't discontinue, ever, !

Jeffjefftyjeff Wed 07-Feb-18 22:12:01

I cannot help you but wanted to applaud the use of discombobulated in the title. Great word grin

wantmorenow Wed 07-Feb-18 22:16:32

Cheers. I love the word but have never written it down before had to google spelling

wantmorenow Wed 07-Feb-18 22:22:42

Bottled it - bought from LLoyds. Thanks 2cats2many dearer than usual but the safe option and doesn't require too much thinking or risk of the 'pink'

Thanks everyone - I have delayed choosing a new colour......for now.

Lucymek Thu 08-Feb-18 14:55:50

Why did you do that when I told you it was a fiver in morrisons confused

wantmorenow Thu 08-Feb-18 22:41:12

When i went to their page they didn't have 9/0, five other shades but not that one. No idea why you see it and I don't . Shame though. Would have been ideal. Nearest Morriston is about 25 miles from me but I could have got there.

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