Do’s And Don’ts Of Hair Colouring
Colour tips to consider
Most people colour their hair or extensions at some point in their life.
Colouring hair is a fun process that leaves us with a fresh, new style to rock. Anyone that wants to dye their hair needs to know the essential things to do and the critical things to avoid.
There are many things you have to do correctly to ensure that you don’t damage your hair.
Down below are four fundamental rules about colouring hair.
Choose the correct hair colour
I believe that one of the most difficult parts of colouring your hair is choosing the right colour. This is because there are so many different types of hair colour products. It is crucial that you do some research before you buy any hair colour.
It’s also very important that you look at the ingredients to make sure that you’re not choosing something that is damaging to your hair or you are allergic to.
Always do a patch test before fully dying your hair. This will ensure that if your hair isn’t suited to that type of product then you’ll know before you apply it to all of your hair. Patch tests are a clear and easy way to see if you hair will react well or badly to different types hair products.
Talk to a professional
It’s very important that before you decide to colour your hair that you try and talk to a professional first, especially if you happen to be doing it yourself.
You need to make sure that the professional you consult is someone that has an expertise in hair colouring. This is so you don’t damage your hair as some colouring methods require lots information.
By talking to a professional you will be keeping your hair healthy as you colour it.
Don’t colour if it’s damaged
If your hair is damaged in any way do not colour it.
This is because damaged hair isn’t strong enough to handle the chemicals that are present in hair dye.
It’s important that before you dye your hair make sure you take note of how your hair looks and feels.
The most important thing is that you have fun when colouring your hair. It might take you a few attempts before you get it right.
You have to try and not be hard on yourself if you mess it up or if you do it wrong. If it’s really bad make sure to consult a professional and see if they can fix it.
- cynthia Anaman