Will demi-permanent hair dye color treated hair & bleached hair evenly?

I have dark brown hair with one bleached blonde streak. My hair is naturally black and have burgundy brown demi-permanent hair color on hand. I was wondering if the burgundy brown color will change my brown color treated hair and bleached hair, evenly?
Asked Dec 20, 2013
Edited Dec 20, 2013
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Answered Oct 21, 2017
When you’re looking to alter your hair color—whether that means making it lighter or darker, covering up grays or simply adding a little oomph to your current shade—there are several ways to go about it.

You can use a semi-permanent product if you want the color to last for just a few shampoos (great, for example, if you want to toss in a pink streak for a party, but want it mostly faded away by the time you get to the office Monday morning). If you’re looking to make a more long-term commitment, you’ll want to seek out permanent color. Rather than washing out,
Answered Jan 04, 2019

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