10 Things To Know Prior to Dyeing Your Hair First Time

When we want to go for a radical change of our image the first thing that we think of is changing our hairstyle or hair color. Any of these two choices are kind of risky, especially if it’s the first time that you’re going for big changes. Both cases require an appointment with your hair stylist but hair coloring is more complicated as it also requires further work to be done. However that does not mean that you have to give up the thought of rocking a new hair color. You just have to be well-informed about the things that you need to know prior dyeing your hair. Well here’s a list of the things you should take into account prior to dyeing your hair!

Things To Know Prior to Dyeing Your Hair First Time

1. Take a Picture with You

Past experience has shown that sometimes it’s better to show a picture of how you exactly want you hair look afterwards. Besides by taking a picture with you at the salon you’ll be sure that there won’t be any misunderstandings.

2. Avoid Shampooing your Hair that Day

You should definitely avoid shampooing your hair the day of your appointment because that will not the color set well on your hair.

3. Stick with Specific Products Afterwards

Once you get the color that you’ve been dreaming off you have to start planning a new hair care regime aimed to maintain the new color and prevent it from fading. The best you can do is stick with special shampoos and conditioners for dyed hair.

4. Be Picky when it Comes to the Latest Trends

Ok girls we know that feeling of rocking a new fashion or beauty trend. However it is better to go for a classic color and look great than wear a trendy color that not the best choice that you could make. When it comes to hair coloring the most important thing that you need to take under consideration is whether the color that you want works with your skin complexion. Discuss it with your stylist before you get it started to make sure you’ve made the right decision.

5. Ensure you Won’t End Up with Any Stains Around your Hairline

The best you can do in this case is asking your stylist to apply a small amount of protective cream or conditioner around your hairline in order to prevent stains.

6. Go for Lowlights or Highlights

If you just want to spice up your look and you’re not looking for dramatic changes then you just have to keep your base color close to you natural and get some highlights or lowlights. It’s cute and easy to maintain. So it’s one of the best options to go for.

7. Provide Extra Care if your Hair Is Blonde

Blonde hair tends to get brassy after a while. So it needs a special care regime. What we suggest doing is sticking with a cool shampoo in order to deal with the brassy effect.

8. Make Sure you Choose the Right Color if your Naturally Blonde

Avoid applying two tones lighter or two tones darker than your base color in order to prevent hair from brassiness.

9. Avoid Shampooing on a Daily Basis

Shampooing your hair on a daily basis comes with a high risk of ending up with a hair color that’s faded out. So to avoid such results stick with a regimen that assumes shampooing hair two or three times a week and use dry shampoo in between.

10. Use Color Protectant

There are many external factors that can damage your hair starting from heat tools ending with environmental changes. So to boost up protection you might consider using color protectant.

 

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