There are mistakes that are bound to happen when you dye your hair. Some mistakes need a hair color correction specialist for fixes, but you fix some yourself. Here are common hair dye problems and ways to fix them.
Diminish The Red Tones
This is a common problem especially if you go from a darker hair color to a lighter one. Your hair, when cut down with bleach, is going to show a lot of red or brassy undertones. If this is not corrected in time, it is going to make your hair dye look a lot more reddish and brassy at the end. This is where toning and clarifying comes in handy.
After you get your hair done, you will need to use a blue or purple shampoo in order to eliminate the brassy, orange, and slightly red undertones and you will need to follow it up with a clarifying shampoo in order to intensify the color and make it look brighter.
The Color Is Too Dark
Sometimes, you are not sure about how long you need to put in the hair dye. What this can lead to is making your hair look a lot darker than it already needs to be. You might think that this is a disaster and there is no way out of this, but there is a way to salvage the hair dye and make it look presentable. You will need to invest in a good clarifying shampoo. This shampoo works by dissolving the excess hair dye and making your hair look lighter and more even.
This is a huge problem for women who are dyeing their hair for the first time and their roots are not matching the rest of the hair. This can be a huge issue and it looks very unpleasant. A more permanent solution would be to have your roots colored the same color as the rest of your hair. But if you are looking for a quick fix because you need to go somewhere and you don’t want your evil roots to peek through, then you can use a root covering spray. This is essentially hair dye, but in spray form and it is also temporary. Just spray it on your hair and you are good to go.
Blotchy Hair Dye
This can happen if you are dyeing your hair by yourself and you have no idea how to properly saturate your hair in dye. The end result may lead to the hair looking patchy and blotchy and there might be pieces of hair that are uncovered by the hair dye. For this, you will need to use a temporary hair dye in order to hide the blotchy hair, until you can get your hair on a hairstylist who can save the day for you.
Brows And Hair Matching
This is a huge issue for women who have lighter hair and want to match their brow hairs to their mane.
You can easily do it by mixing up a small batch of hair dye and applying it ever so lightly on your brows. You want to immediately wash it away because the brows can take on the hair dye a lot quicker than your normal hair. You need to make sure that your hair color and brow color are not identical, rather they should look like complimenting colors.
Dye Stains On Your Face
Dye stains are the worst and they are an even bigger nightmare to remove. If you can, try to apply a bit of oil to the areas closest to your hair. This is going to create a barrier between your skin and the hair dye. If you forget this step, and your skin does get stained by hair dye, then you can use some sort of hair dye remover, there are many brands that have these solutions for removing hair dye stains. This is going to remove the hair dye stains from your skin like a magic eraser.
There you have it! These tips will make sure that your hair dye looks show-stopping and there won’t be any weird things going on in your newly colored hair. If you don’t want to take risks, go to hair salons specializing in color Rockville.