1. Ask yourself, do you want this?
Before you go off on a dyeing frenzy, it’s important to ask yourself if you really want to do this, like REALLY. There is a probability that if something should go wrong, your hair would be damaged. Sometimes permanently. So you have to be ready to take the risk.
2. Have patience
You cannot go from blonde to brunette overnight, and if you are hasty with your dyeing process, the results would be just rashy, flashy and plain disappointing. Plan out a feasible amount of dyeing processes, spaced apart evenly for best processes.
3. Get a trial
Try on a wig of the colour you want to dye your hair to see if what you want is ACTUALLY good for you. If you think it doesn’t look good, scrap it, trust me, you do not want to make decisions you will regret later.
4. Choose the correct product
There are a lot of formulas available in the market, and betting your money on the cheapest product is not advisable. Do some research, explore the internet and seek professional advice before you make your final decision.
5. Absolutely no pools
Dyeing your hair might put an end to your water baby dreams because chlorine strips away the color from dyed hair. A sacrifice, yes, but if you really want to get those pretty brown locks then it’s a sacrifice worth making.
6. The shade
Buy a shade lighter than the one you want your hair to look like, because if you think it’s too light there is always an option to apply another layer. If the colour is too dark initially, there is no such option available.
7. The correct shampoo
Shampoos for dyed hair and those for normal hair are different. It is important to respect that difference if you wish to maintain the colour- normal shampoos will just hamper all the hard work that went into giving your hair that beautiful colour.
I would like to conclude by saying that not all hues suit all skin tones. One must decide the perfect shade according to their skin tone for best results. Good luck and get ready to welcome a new you!