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Easy Mistakes to Make with At-Home Hair Dye
This year has been full of “firsts” for a lot of people. First global pandemic, first time working from home, first time wearing a mask, and all kinds of things we never thought we’d do. For a lot of people, that includes their beauty routine. Not just makeup and nails, but hair cuts and hair colouring too! I used to dye my hair at home for about 6 years, so I know how tricky it can be to find the right colour and gets good application. If you’re thinking of dyeing your hair at home, here are some great DOs and DONTs to keep you on track towards a good result: What Not to Do: 💸Although it can be tempting to go for the lowest price, this is not always the best strategy. Look at online reviews for brands and products that are trustworthy. 🤔Don’t buy a product if you doubt its authenticitry either (as in, it says its Clairol hair dye but the name is spelt wrong, for example). 👩🏻 Don’t start applying the dye around the face first. Start at the nape of the neck, or the crown of your head, and work outwards. If you start around your face, that hair will become darker. 🤦🏽‍♂️ Don’t leave the dye on for longer than recommended, as it will likely make your hair drier and more brittle. What to Do: 👩🏿‍🦱👩🏼‍🦰🧑🏼‍🦱 Do pay attention to your hair texture and thickness. Your hair will have a higher or lower number of cuticle layers depending on your ethnicity and general family genetics. Many Asian textures have a higher number of layers between 16 and 18, European and mixed ethincities tend to have between 10 and 16, whilst many kinky, coily, and Afro textured hair types have between 8 and 12 layers. Fewer layers means hair dye and bleach penetrates much quicker. 🧴Apply some Vaseline to the skin around your hairline to limit dye contact whilst applying. 👧🏽 Start your dye application with a middle part right down the back of your head, then split each section into two more section. You’ll have four sections altogether. Start applying your dye from the roots, working on the bottom sections first, then the top, starting from furthest from the face and working closer. This avoids patchiness and too-dark hair at the front. 💇🏼Do avoid the ends of your hair if you are re-colouring from a past application. If they’re a good colour, focus on the roots. If they need a little refreshing, add two pumps of shampoo to any leftover dye in your dye bottle and lather it onto your ends a few minutes before you’re due to rinse. This deposits a little colour without frying the ends. 💆🏻‍♀️Always depply condition hair after dyeing it! A Few Great Hair Dyes I’ve Tried: I always loved the JOHN FRIEDA - Foam Permanent Hair Colour nice mousse texture is easy to use! CLAIROL - Natural Instincts has mostly natural ingredients! CLAIROL - Nice 'n Easy Permanent Hair Color is a safe bet too. Please drop recommendations for natural hair types in the comments!!! 💋
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BecomingKyra
Easy Mistakes to Make with At-Home Hair Dye
This year has been full of “firsts” for a lot of people. First global pandemic, first time working from home, first time wearing a mask, and all kinds of things we never thought we’d do. For a lot of people, that includes their beauty routine. Not just makeup and nails, but hair cuts and hair colouring too! I used to dye my hair at home for about 6 years, so I know how tricky it can be to find the right colour and gets good application. If you’re thinking of dyeing your hair at home, here are some great DOs and DONTs to keep you on track towards a good result: What Not to Do: 💸Although it can be tempting to go for the lowest price, this is not always the best strategy. Look at online reviews for brands and products that are trustworthy. 🤔Don’t buy a product if you doubt its authenticitry either (as in, it says its Clairol hair dye but the name is spelt wrong, for example). 👩🏻 Don’t start applying the dye around the face first. Start at the nape of the neck, or the crown of your head, and work outwards. If you start around your face, that hair will become darker. 🤦🏽‍♂️ Don’t leave the dye on for longer than recommended, as it will likely make your hair drier and more brittle. What to Do: 👩🏿‍🦱👩🏼‍🦰🧑🏼‍🦱 Do pay attention to your hair texture and thickness. Your hair will have a higher or lower number of cuticle layers depending on your ethnicity and general family genetics. Many Asian textures have a higher number of layers between 16 and 18, European and mixed ethincities tend to have between 10 and 16, whilst many kinky, coily, and Afro textured hair types have between 8 and 12 layers. Fewer layers means hair dye and bleach penetrates much quicker. 🧴Apply some Vaseline to the skin around your hairline to limit dye contact whilst applying. 👧🏽 Start your dye application with a middle part right down the back of your head, then split each section into two more section. You’ll have four sections altogether. Start applying your dye from the roots, working on the bottom sections first, then the top, starting from furthest from the face and working closer. This avoids patchiness and too-dark hair at the front. 💇🏼Do avoid the ends of your hair if you are re-colouring from a past application. If they’re a good colour, focus on the roots. If they need a little refreshing, add two pumps of shampoo to any leftover dye in your dye bottle and lather it onto your ends a few minutes before you’re due to rinse. This deposits a little colour without frying the ends. 💆🏻‍♀️Always depply condition hair after dyeing it! A Few Great Hair Dyes I’ve Tried: I always loved the JOHN FRIEDA - Foam Permanent Hair Colour nice mousse texture is easy to use! CLAIROL - Natural Instincts has mostly natural ingredients! CLAIROL - Nice 'n Easy Permanent Hair Color is a safe bet too. Please drop recommendations for natural hair types in the comments!!! 💋
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BecomingKyra
WITHOUT BLEACH💖 How to dye your natural hair at home?
My natural hair is frizzy, and of low porosity, so I know how hard it can be to dye my own natural hair without damaging it! Here're the BEST dying tips that I've learned from Youtube: 🖤Products used: Gloves A deep conditioner  A foil Paper an applicator brush A mixing bowl 🖤The dying steps: 📍Step 1: Choose your dye No matter if you choose a permanent hair dye or a semi-permanent hair dye, it's better to choose a cool tone because it has fewer chances of your hair coming out brassy. I'm intrigued in CLAIROL - Natural Instincts, which is made up of 80 percent natural ingredients, and it's quite affordable with less than $7. I always feel quite safe with this product, and no frizz or dryness can be found after using it!  📍Step 2: Divide your hair into sections Gather all of your hair but only leave the bottom layer. Twist it into a loose bun at the top of your head, then gently click it. 📍Step 3: Prepare the hair dye kit  Put on the gloves to protect your hands and then follow the instructions, then shake the bottle to mix. Some hair dye kits contain shine oils. If not, add some hair oils for extra nourishment. Btw you can effortlessly mix your dye in a mixing bowl with an applicator brush. 📍Step 4: Apply the dye Start with your roots, then blend it down with your fingers or an applicator brush. You can dye your hair section by section to make sure all your hair is saturated, and end up with the top of your hair last because it will process the fastest.  📍Step 5: Cover your hair with a foil paper Gather your hair into a bun and cover it with a foil paper to let it process. This will trap the heat and make the dye more effective. Then, check the package of your hair dye and wait for enough time to get your hair colored. 📍Step 6: Wash the dye Skip the shampoo and gently wash your dye out with cool water after the processing time is out, followed by a color-safe conditioner. The cool water helps to seal the hair cuticle. 📍Step 7: Dry and style your hair After drying your hair with a blow-dryer without extreme heat. I'm obsessed with dyson - Special Edition Supersonic Gift Set which can fast dry my hair without damaging it. After that, spray some hairstyling mist on your hair to add more shine. Well done! You've got a new look without bleach now! 🖤Kindly reminding: Do a strand test first before actually dying your hair to make sure you're not allergic to the hair dye product!
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GaietyGained_
✨Bust the Brass✨
Looking for ways to fight the brassy yellow tone? This is a common struggle with most blondes! Try purple shampoo! This adds violet tones in your hair which neutralizes the yellow so bye bye brassiness!  Purple shampoo too drying for you! This is considered a clarifying shampoo and can definitely dry out your locks! So maybe opt for a purple conditioner! With this product you’ll have to leave it on for a longer period of time than you would a purple shampoo, but you could easily use it as a hair masque and leave it on for 20 minutes!  If you want an actual color depositing masque if you don’t mind a little extra purple, try some JOICO color butterJOICO - Color Intensity Color Butter! It’s super conditioning and leaves your hair soft and silky afterwards! You can definitely dilute this with some normal conditioner if you’re scared of being too purple.  If you’re still feeling that the tone is too brassy, you can always go to your stylist and have them tone it for you! It’s not too expensive and it will last longer(: This client is an all over highlight/baby light! We used : Kevin Murphy Blonde Angel washKEVIN.MURPHY - Blonde.Angel.Wash Kevin Murphy Blonde Angel Rinse Amika The Wizard Detangling Primeramika: - The Wizard Detangling Primer Kevin Murphy Smooth AgainKEVIN.MURPHY - Smooth.Again Kevin Murphy Bedroom Hair KEVIN.MURPHY - Bedroom.Hair
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Lauryn.Renee.Hairstyles
Red heads do it best
Looking for ways to keep your red bright for longer?  Try a color protectant shampoo and conditioner! These are typically sulfate free. Try using cold water as you was your hair DON’T shampoo daily, this can strip the color from your hair faster than you could imagine! Try JOICO color butter JOICO - Color Intensity Color Butterto add pigment and shine This was an all over color but we left her regrowth natural! It really helps when her hair grows out and there’s no harsh regrowth lines! Products used: Olaplex shampooOLAPLEX - No. 4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo and conditionerOLAPLEX - No.5 Bond Maintenance Conditioner- this client has dry, unruly hair due to lack of heat protectant, some sun damage, as well as chemical damage from a previous salon. I had her take this product home to try and she told me after the first use she noticed a difference! For styling I used: OYA Suede OYA - Suede Styling Crememixed with OYA reflectOYA - Reflect Hair Styling Gel- this combo adds soooo much shine! I also used Amika’s The Wizardamika: - The Wizard Detangling Primer- it’s a detangling primer and it’s oil based! So it’s extract hydrating and really helps get the knots out, plus it smells like heaven! For heat protectant spray I used Kevin Murphys Anti.Gravity sprayKEVIN.MURPHY - Anti.Gravity Spray as I curled her hair with a 1 ¼ inch Babyliss curling iron. Always brush out the curls for a wave effect!
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Lauryn.Renee.Hairstyles
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Curlsmith Hair Makeup In Ruby~
I’m a huge fan of Curlsmith products, and one in particular that I have lots of fun with is their Hair Makeup! It’s pretty ingenious for curly girls; you can add as little or as much color as you want, without damaging your hair. Essentially it’s a richly pigmented curl style gel with strong hold, and once dry, it’s totally transfer-resistant! It rinses out in one wash as well. The makeup is packed with ethically sourced, sustainable, high-pigment mica pearls. The key ingredients are strawberry, watermelon, rooiboos, and beat extract. And because this stuff is dye-free, you don’t have to wear gloves to apply. It’ll come right off with soap! Ruby gives my hair a sort of sparkle and really accents the red I already have in my hair. They have other shades such as blue, gold, and rose gold. I tried Rose Gold but my hair was too dark and the color didn’t really show up, so i switched to Ruby and I love it! The gel smells really good, and does the job well. For my routine today when using the Hair Makeup I used the following products: -My Soigne Cleansing Cream -My Soigne Protein Leave-In (used as a rinse out conditioner) -Eva NYC 10-in-One Hair Primer on wet hair -My Soigne Flaxseed Gel -Finished with Curlsmith Hair Makeup in Ruby :) I diffused my hair and then finished with Giovanni Frizz Be Gone Super Smoothing Anti-Frizz Serum and scrunched out the crunch! Curlsmith Hair Makeup is sulphate, Paraben, silicone, mineral oil, phthalates, and DEA free. All in all i would give this product 5 stars! I do prefer to mix the hair makeup with my favorite styling gel, and i find that it works really well to spread it evenly. It’s just a fun way to change up my hair and accentuate the color without damaging it. I’d definitely recommend to anyone else who’s been interested; these products are totally worth picking up!
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attentionDefiicitbeauty
Curlsmith Hair Makeup
CURLSMITH - Hair Makeup Temporary Color Styling Gel I am absolutely non committal when it comes to me hair. I have black type 3A-B hair. I have never wanted to color it due to fear of having to maintain it, but here comes curlsmith hair makeup gel. It gives me the opportunity give myself a DIY color at home that washes off rather quickly My thoughts: Pros: great way to experiment with color; you can see if you like the color. It is fun and the gel formula is actually fantastic and smells amazing, doesn’t rub off on clothes; stays on 2-3 days pretty well Cons: rubs off on hands and skin, I tried the rose gold, it wasn’t awful because it gave an awesome shimmer to my brown skin, but every time I fixed my hair I had shimmery hands; it is a little messy to put on and will take a second to get the hang of it; a bit pricey because the $20 tube would last 3 times only
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mgcallahan

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Most thankful for hair color product
Most thankful for hair color product
These Punky Colour 3 in 1 color depositing shampoo and conditioner are great. I’m a girl that loves dying my hair crazy color and these are a big help for when the color starts to fade and I don’t want to dye again. All you do is use it like normal shampoo and rinse. Although it has conditioner in it, I usually go in with my conditioner afterwards for more moisture.
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3-in-1 Color Depositing Shampoo + Conditioner
PUNKY COLOUR-3-in-1 Color Depositing Shampoo + Conditioner
Arctic Fox Hair color
Arctic Fox Hair color
I love fun hair !! Check out info per https://arcticfoxhaircolor.com WRATH RED Wrath is a deep red with berry undertones which can become more pink as it fades. It shows up well on brassy tones and gives dark, dimensional tints to darker hair. This shade turns out best on hair pre-lightened to a level 7. #AFProTip: Try mixing Wrath with a drop of Transylvania to create a deep crimson red! PHANTOM GREEN This deep forest green will show vibrantly on pre-lightened hair, but will give darker hair a subtle emerald tint. Phantom Green has strong blue undertones, so it will often fade to more of a deep blue shade, especially on very light hair. #AFProTip: For more of a jewel-toned emerald or teal, mix Phantom Green with some Aquamarine! Arctic Fox Hair Color is cruelty-free, semi-permanent hair dye that is made only from vegan ingredients. DIY Formula Hydrating + Zero Damage Best Results With Pre-Lightened Hair No Harsh Chemicals (Peroxide, Ammonia, PPD) Always Do a Patch & Strand Test Before Coloring My Review :) I have so much fun with this color line ! If your a person that loves bold fun colors I definitely would recommend this brand . It is a semi permanent hair color which means it fades away wash to wash.
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JaxRose1
Arctic Fox Color
ARCTIC FOX-Arctic Fox Color
My advice for bleached + colored hair!
My advice for bleached + colored hair!
I am no stranger to putting my hair through the ringer. I’ve literally done it all to my hair... and I mean shaved it, bleached it, rainbow.. EVERYTHING. One thing I was always stopped and asked was how I kept my hair so soft and healthy with all the bleach and processing. My best tips are pretty manageable, but also a big investment in your hair! >> Bleaching your hair << Go to a professional. Don’t fry your hair off please. It’s really not as simple as just applying bleach to your hair and BAM it’s lighter. NOPE. That’s not how it works. Everyone’s hair lifts different and has its own kind of undertone it will lift to. Some of us can go to platinum pretty quickly, but I could not. It was always an ALL day process for me. Be patient and don’t push your hair too far. It grows back, but do you really want to have to deal with bleach damaged hair? >> hair color! How to maintain it! << Color fades and it either looks cool or you need to get that touch up ASAP. wash your hair less frequently. Skip a few days and use dry shampoo. IGK - First Class Charcoal Detox Dry Shampoo use a color depositing shampoo/ conditioner! My favorite to use is Overtone. I have used the bright colors and the natural brown color from the brand. *WEAR GLOVES WHEN USING! Thank me later lol* OVERTONE - Magenta Coloring Conditioner OVERTONE - Coloring Conditioner try a gloss! It will add shine and color the outside of your hair strands. This will cover up greys as well. #dpHUE - Gloss+ Black[products]#[FiveStars] >> KEEPING YOUR HAIR HEALTHY!!<< It’s really all in the products you use and what heat you put on your hair. Invest in GOOD shampoo. My best recs: davines - Oi Shampoo This shampoo is great for ALL hair types. Adds shine, volume, nourishes and smooths hair. I religiously used this shampoo and conditioner. davines - Nourishing Vegetarian Miracle Conditioner SAVES MY HAIR EVERYTIME! this is an ultra repairing conditioner. It strengthens the hair and adds shine and softness. Basically gives your hair life again. R+Co - Atlantis Moisturizing Shampoo Super moisturizing shampoo with B5 in it! Instant hydration. This really helped my dry hair. This is especially great if you have a lot of heat damage. STOP WITH THE HEAT! let your hair air dry. Blow dryer can add so much more damage. use a scarf and braid your hair to get waves. Throw curlers in over night. simply limit your weekly heat use on your hair. don’t use the highest setting. Your hair doesn’t need 400 degrees to curl. USE HEAT PROTECTANT! make that hair style last honey! Use that dry shampoo instead of starting fresh the next day. use a spray conditioner! KRISTIN ESS - STYLE REVIVING Dry Conditioner Great for next day styling to add extra protection and hydration.
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honeybri
Atlantis Moisturizing Shampoo
R+Co-Atlantis Moisturizing Shampoo
Pro Set - My guide to healthy colored hair
Pro Set - My guide to healthy colored hair
To start with, I am brunet gone red head, and i have medium hair, and my hair is straight and thick and goes past my chest. My hair is often coarse and processed. I like to dye my hair, a lot. I just feel like trying a new color is always exciting. However, my hair dries out fast because of these chemicals. Having healthy processed hair is all I am looking for. L'ORÉAL PROFESSIONNEL - Instant Resurfacing Shampoo My friend recommended this product to me. After trying on my own for 2 months now, it leaves my hair silky smooth and doesn’t dry it out. This shampoo is literally a game changer! The shampoo cleans effectively and without stripping and at the same time, it softens my hair and gives that extra healthy shinny look. I also love that the smell is not over bearing. I have finished a bottle already, and I’m definitely buying another tub of this once it runs out. Then moving on to the star product today, L'ORÉAL - Serie Expert Vitamino Color Hair Mask I have to say this is best Masque. I've tried to help keep my red colored hair vibrant and consistent. It helps me keep color and shine in. Target sent this at a very fair price. The texture is light with a soft smell is great. I use it once a week. Normally I let it sit for about 10-20 minutes while I did something else. Afterwards, I'd wash it out. And I noticed that you don't need to use too much of this stuff. A little goes a long way. This mask has saved my hair. My hair feels amazing with this product and I notice less breakage and much healthier hair! I have tried many color protecting masques and this is by far the best. I found these two works together like magic, the masque I only use it once a week. Every time I use them together, my hair feels sooo silky smooth, shiny, tangle free. Normally red color only stays 5 weeks maximum on me, this time, its been 2 months, and it still stays well. I am very satisfied with the result and will keep using them. Highly recommended to colored hair!
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lilyz
Instant Resurfacing Shampoo
L'ORÉAL PROFESSIONNEL-Instant Resurfacing Shampoo
Natural Hair Is A Hodgepodge of Different Colors
Natural Hair Is A Hodgepodge of Different Colors
L'ORÉAL - Superior Preference Permanent Hair Colorin Soft Silver Blonde. Can’t wait to have my stylist recreate this for me! This seems like the perfect mix of colors. I just need a darker version of this, without the one ingredient I’m allergic to! Been trying to decide whether to stop coloring my hair/go gray or just do the root touch-up thing.
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Kit_Kat
Superior Preference Permanent Hair Color
L'ORÉAL-Superior Preference Permanent Hair Color
The Perfect Hair Selfie
The Perfect Hair Selfie
Hair type : Dry damaged hair All products listed are my must haves! I abide by all these products and recommend to anyone who has damaged hair ! I have ha d a rough time managing my hair and these products work the best for me I hope they work for you just as well!
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Hamnnnaaa
Bobbi Brown High Shimmer Lip Gloss
BOBBI BROWN-Bobbi Brown High Shimmer Lip Gloss
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