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CCDC - Centre For Chronic Disease Control & Prevention - Centre for Chronic Disease Control (CCDC) is a New Delhi based not-for-profit research organization of health professionals and social scientists engaged in

  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/international-nutrition-seminar/ International Nutrition Seminar At CCDC - CCDC is recognized as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (SIRO) by Department of Scientific & Industrial Research (DSIR), Ministry of Science and
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/director-message/ Dr. D. Prabhakaran | Message From Director Of CCDC India - Message from the Executive Director Of CCDC India about chronic disease control and prevention.
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/governing-board-members/ Governing Board Members | Prof. K. Srinath Reddy, Dr. D. Prabhakaran - Know more about governing board members of CCDC India. Prof. M K Bhan, Prof. K. Srinath Reddy, Dr. D Prabhakaran, Dr. Nikhil Tandon, Prof. V.Rao Aiyagari.
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/research-advisory-board-members/ Research Advisory Board Members Of CCDC India - List of Research Advisory Board Members of CCDC, Cardiovascular and NCD Epidemiology.
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/ethics-committee-members/ Ethics Committee Members Of CCDC India - Know more about ethics committee members of Centre For Chronic Disease Control (CCDC) India.
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/financial-information/ Financial Information | CCDC India - Financial Information of CCDC India. Centre for Chronic Disease Control (CCDC) is a non-profit organization run for knowledge generation about chronic disease
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/ccdc-in-the-news/ CCDC In The News - CCDC in the news. Know more about the activity of CCDC India in various media.
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/ongoing-projects/ Ongoing Projects Of CCDC India - List of onging projects of CCDC India. Know more about ongoing projects of CCDC India.
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/completed-projects/ Interdisciplinary Research Training, NCD Epidemiology | Completed Projects - Completed Projects. Innterdisciplinary research training: NCD epidemiology and prevention, Prevention of type 2 diabetes in women with gestational diabetes in
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/clinical-trials/ Clinical Trials | Ongoing Clinic Trials | CCDC India - List of clinical trials by CCDC India. Know more about ongoing trials by CCDC India.
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/journal-publications/ Journal Publications | CCDC India - List of journal publications of CCDC India. Read and know more about CCDC journal publications.
  • http://www.ccdcindia.org/other-publications/ Other Publications | CCDC India - List of other publications of CCDC India. Know and read more about CCDC publications.

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  • Charlie84 - I used blue envy all over to keep my highlights looking vibrant and fun. The second time I used purple desire and ...

    My hair is currently dyed black with some bleached highlights that I got done at my hairstylist in January. Originally I had her throw some blue on (Pravana brand blue), but it was more of a teal color and I wanted something more dramatic. When my roots grew out, I used blue envy all over to keep my highlights looking vibrant and fun. The second time I used purple desire and I absolutely love this color! I get a few compliments a week on it! I now do this every 3-4 weeks or so and it also keeps my roots looking fresh since my hair is light brown, so the dye works perfectly on unbleached light hair to make it really pop. I have perfected working with this brand of color to minimize color bleeding! Here's what I do to get perfect results with this awesome brand! I wash my hair with clarifying shampoo to cut all of the oil, you can also use dish soap. I fully blow dry my hair and coat my entire face/neck and arms with vaseline. I put down saran wrap on my counters to protect them from dye splatters. I use a dye brush and a little bowl like they use in the salons and I carefully brush on the color but am careful not to touch my scalp with the color because it WILL stain your scalp instantly and will be like that for like a week. The first time I used blue envy and I had a huge dark blue spot on my head for the longest time because I didn't realize it would stain so bad. Also, get some good gloves. Not the cheap kind that comes with the dye, but some gloves for washing dishes. My finger poked through the hole on the gloves it came with and I had a dark blue finger--so don't use those crappy gloves! When I get down to the last bit of dye in the bottle, I mix a splash of warm water and shake, then pour the remaining dye into the bowl. This allows you to get better coverage and ensure that all the dye is used. I leave the color on for a few hours, and then I rinse in COLD water. Leave the Vaseline on your face otherwise it could stain. Leave the gloves on or your hands will be smurf blue. I use color safe shampoo and scrub my head to get some of the color off my head and then rinse again in COLD water. Then I take plain white vinegar (this step is super important), and I pour it all over my head. This seals the cuticle and in my opinion makes the color last longer. I leave on for a few minutes and rinse. Careful not to get that in your eyes-ow! It's stinky but when you rinse out again in COLD water, you will notice very minimal bleeding and the water will almost be clear when you rinse it out. If you do not do this step, you will have a blue neck/blue hands/blue rings on the neck of your shirts. Happy dyeing!