Before dyeing your hair, you need to decide not only on the color, but also on the type of dye. They can be divided into four categories: blonde, physical, and natural. They differ in a variety of color palette, durability, depth of penetration into the hair.

To buy a dye, it is better to contact a professional hair cosmetics store, where sales consultants will help you choose the right shade and oxide that will cause minimal damage to your hair.

These include toning hair dyes. These are coloring tonics, foams, gels, masks. They envelop the outside of the hair with a film and do not react with the hair pigment. These colorants are one-component, they are not mixed with. They will not be able to lighten your hair, so the resulting colors can be either darker or tone-on-tone.

Physical dyes are applied to freshly washed hair. They can be mixed with each other to obtain new interesting shades and tint hair after lightening. Unfortunately, hair that is too dark is not exposed to physical dyes, preliminary lightening is required. The longer the exposure time of the dye on the hair, the brighter and richer the color.

We chose the paint, and this is half the success. The second half is proper application.

Do not forget about protection – gloves and a cape on the shoulders. Apply a rich cream or petroleum jelly to the ears, neck and hairline. They will prevent the dye from absorbing into the skin.

If you are in doubt about whether a color is right for you and how it will fit your hair, then do a strand test. Color a small section of hair and check the result after 24 hours.
Add a vitamin complex or auxiliary substances to the coloring mixture that protect the hair. You can also buy them in specialized stores.
Mix hair dye in a non-metallic container and apply to hair immediately.
Divide the hair into 4 sections: the back of the head, two temporal and the frontal. The paint should be applied along the parting from the back of the head, moving towards the forehead. At the back of the head, the body temperature is lower, which means that the staining process will take place more slowly. Whiskey is dyed last. Start coloring the strand from the roots – and to the ends of the hair. The exposure time should be counted only after the entire composition has been applied to the hair.
Use micellar water, rubbing alcohol, or a makeup remover to wipe the paint off your scalp, hands and neck.