Dye Your Hair At Home in 4 Simple Steps
Are you struggling with outgrowth now that hairdressers are closed due to lockdown? In 4 Simple Steps You Can Easily Touch Up Your Outgrowth At Home. All You Need is A Package of Professional Home Hair Dye.
Don't Wash Your Hair For At Least 24 Hours Beforehand. This is how skin's own Oils Protect your scalp. Cover Anything You Can Mess With Old New Papers.
Think About The Bathroom Floor, The Sink etc. Then Apply Some Oily Cream To The Skin Along The Hairline And Your Ears. This will prevention the dye from Staining your skin.
Put on an old t-shirt and you're ready-to-go.
Dyeing Your Hair
Mix the dye as described in the instructions. Divide Your Hair Into 4 Equal Sections and Secure With A Hair Clip. Divide the part you're Going to Start with Into Strands So You Can See the Outgrowth And Set It With Paint.
Repeat this with the other parts. Do You Find It Difficult to Dye Your Hair Yourself? There is bound to be some around to help you.
Lengths to refresh
Could your lengths use a refresh? Then Prepare A Little More Paint Than You Need For The Outgrowth. When you have set your outgrowth, add 1/3 or water to the dye.
With this mixture you dye the lengths the last 20 minutes with it. This keeps The Color From Piling Up In The Lengths But Still Gives Your Lengths A Nice Fresh Tint.
Rinse Out And Take Care
Once the Paint Has Soaked in Long Enough, You Rinse It Out With Lukewarm Water. Wash It With A Mild Shampoo And Treat It With A Good Conditioner. This Allows The Hair Cuticles To Close And The Color To Last Longer.
Are you excited to get started yourself? Then check out this video that explains step by step how to dye your hair itself.