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If I mix two different hair dyeing products, will I get a color roughly halfway between the two?

No. Although consumer hair dyeing products come in many colors, these colors are achieved through a complex mix of many dyes.
Accordingly, you cannot mix them like paints. In this case, mixing red and yellow will not get you orange. Mix two hair dyeing products and it is likely that you will end up with a color quite unlike a midway point for the two you mixed.
For instance, mixing a pink hair dyeing product with gold will result in a brown-gold color—not pinkish gold.
Moreover, mixing hair dyeing products is very dangerous, and may result in excessive heat, or may cause the mixture to lose viscosity and drip.

Never mix consumer hair dyeing products.
Always use them separately.

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