Hair Coloring Tip O Da Day

Sometimes you may like to try something new or different with your hair color. If that is the case, there are some things that you may want to consider before you head to your local Wal-Mart and buy a box of hair color. First of all, everyone's hair has different undertones that will be pulled out when you dye your hair. Also the darkness of your hair will determine how much of the color your hair will be able to pick up. Blondes and people with light colored hair have an easier time getting the desired hair color while people with really dark hair have a harder time getting their hair to match the shade on the side of the box. If you are unsure of the shade that's best for you or if you are planning on choosing a color that is quite a bit different from what you currently have, your best bet is to seek the help of a professional the first time you dye your hair. They will know what blend of chemicals should give you the best-suited shade for your complexion. Most stylists will also tell you what you will need in order to get the same results at home which can save you time, money, and a few bad coloring mishaps.


Kris said…
I find I get the brightest red when I bleach my hair some first. It's that whole lighter hair is easier thing.
JCo said…
Yes Kris, you definitely have to do some bleaching if you want a lighter color. It is so much easier to go darker. And if you are uneasy about permanent color try one that washes out after 30 washes.

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