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Monday, September 7, 2020

Hair Colour Do’s and Don’ts While Using


Skipping salon to do a hair coloring session at home is a wonderful idea. It is a great idea to save time and money. Not only this, but it also helps in enhancing your artistic skills. Most of the first-timers might fear to do this challenging task of hair coloring. They are especially worried about damaging their hair due to improper techniques or blunders. Let me ensure you that if you try doing hair color with proper instructions, it can be one of the most elementary tasks. We are enlisting a few of do and don'ts that will help you to have a glossy finish & salon-like colored hair at home!

1. Let us start with the do’s:

·       Keep your skin tone in mind:

From skin tone, we are not referring to the shade of your skin. Instead, it is the cool or warm tone of your skin that determines which color will suit better. If you have a warm skin tone, go for colors like gold, mahogany, auburn, and copper. While, if you have a cooler skin tone, prefer burgundy or ash colors. You can go for experimental colors too.

·       Make sure to read the instructions:

Reading instructions given on the top of the packet is the first thing that you should do. So many hair colour brands are available in the market. However, not every brand suggests a similar coloring technique. The time for color to stay in your hair differs in every brand. Leaving the color for too long will not give you suitable results.

·       Pre-assemble all the things:

You need to gather all the instruments at a place before starting the procedure. In this way, you can eliminate the stress resulting from hair coloring. Assemble everything, including brush, needle, comb, cap, removers, mixing bowl, foil, water, and the coloring agents.

·       Take care of your roots:

Ideally, the roots are more sensitive than the length of the hair. Therefore, you need to select exclusive root colors if you are planning to do a root touch up.

2. How can we overlook the don’ts?

·       Don’t jump on to more than two shades:

Ideally, the roots are more sensitive than the length of the hair. Therefore, you need to select exclusive root colors if you are planning to do a root touch up.

·       Don’t try hair color on allergic scalp:

Ideally, the roots are more sensitive than the length of the hair. Therefore, you need to select exclusive root colors if you are planning to do a root touch up. Consult your doctor or beautician if you still want to go for it.

·       Do not apply too much on damaged ends:

Applying too much hair color on damaged ends will solely waste your hair color and work. Make sure to avoid coloring damaged ends. Instead, we would recommend to get a proper trimming before hair coloring.

Conclusion:

Coloring your hair at home gives you a boost of self-confidence. Don't worry; no one is perfect at once! Keep trying and you will achieve an accurate hair color someday. Do give it a try!

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