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JOHN FRIEDA

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Easy Mistakes to Make with At-Home Hair Dye
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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