How to dye & bleach your hair during quarantine!



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  • Set up your tools: Think like a surgeon and set up your tools on the counter before you begin. Read through the included instructions before you jump in. That way, you’ll be clear on the steps and won’t have to stop mid-process, which could lead to mistakes like leaving the dye on too long or missing areas.
  • Start dying your hair: Hair color experts (and hair color packaging directions) recommend dyeing your hair when it is dry. When hair is saturated with water, the dye may not take to the hair strands or become diluted, producing an undesirable result.Squirting the dye out and spreading it all over your hair may be easy (and fun!), but this method can be messy and imprecise. Get a bowl and a brush, like salon colorists use, to mix and paint on dye with less mess and the most even, professional results. :
  • Start dyeing at the roots: You should begin applying hair dye at the roots. Because they are where regrowth occurs first and the least damaged part of hair, they need the most color and processing time. Let the hair color develop for the amount of time indicated on packaging directions. Then comb it through the rest of your hair to distribute it evenly and avoid a two-tone effect. Work in four to six sections like salon pros do (use  hair clip as you go if you wish) to ensure full coverage.
  • Put a shower cap on while you wait: Place a disposable shower cap over your head while the dye processes to prevent it from dripping.

  • Rinsing your hair: make sure to rinse your hair very well if you choose dark colors, try to to use a hair dye protecting shampoo this way your hair color lasts longer.
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