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However, coloring home teams are improving all the time and can give good results if used correctly. 3. How I can choose a color that looks natural on me? When choosing a hair color, skin tone and natural hair color are the two most important factors. If you go lighter or darker, stay within two or three shades of your natural hair color. Here's a guide to selecting a compatible hair color for your skin tone: Dark / olive skin: Stay with time? It's a good idea to collect some materials together before starting: an old shirt, a few old towels and a cloth that can get dirty, some hair clips for sectioning your hair, a timer and a hand mirror to see the back of his head. 5. If the color of my hair at home and hate, what I can do? There are some products for home hair color can be used to repair the damage, but not easy.

The problem is that when using a home kit hair color for a lighter color, your hair has been bleached and color in a single process. So the color must be added back in a process called "filling" before using the final color formula. Whatever you do, do not simply buy a box of its original color and try to cover over a bad dye job … not going to work. Fixing hair color is wrong is a multistage process for a trip to the salon may be in order. 6. I have already permed hair.

"I can color without damaging it? If your hair has been permanent or relaxed, color should be applied carefully or it can weaken the structure of your hair. Salons have colors specially formulated for treated hair. But if you insist on home hair color, choose a darker shade of what you want since processed hair may come out lighter than expected. Then do a test string to make sure that your hair can handle the chemical stress. 7. I love my new color … Now, how do I keep it good looks? You probably want to recolor every four to six weeks. Make a record of the product, hair color and shade you used, and the time left on the ends and the regrowth. Use a shampoo and conditioners formulated for color-treated hair to prevent fading. Stay out of the sun and chlorinated pools. Hair that has previously been bleached is prone to such effects and should be clarified as soon as possible. Do not use air-conditioners and oil treatments after decolor heavy … you can lift the color. Now get out and enjoy your new look and all the money saved by doing so! Faizabadi Nancy is a professional stylist and founder of where you can find free tips on short hair style and color ideas, hair color trends, hair products and much more. If your hair is thin, thick, wavy, straight, processed, colored or in need of a new style, short has a section for you.

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