Hair Coloring Dos and Don’ts At Home- Hair Care Tips
It can be expensive and time-consuming to get a professional hair colour. When you’re opting out of the box for hair colour, make sure you’re doing it right. Here’s how.
Dos and Don’ts of Hair Coloring
If you are new to this, stay true to your natural colour. For a slight improvement, seek a hue that is one or two measures lighter or darker. If you like it, you can drive a little farther forward next time.
Using items that keep the colour fresh so you don’t touch up too much on your own. A shampoo and at-home glaze that retains colour every few weeks will keep your colour fresh.
Beneath the sun protects your light, Harsh rays will dye fade faster, so it is best to keep your hair under wraps whenever possible.
Color after color build up. If you don’t like your shade, you could get a custom color from going over with a completely new hue.
Don’t expect your shade to look exactly like the one on the box. To start with, every person’s hair is a different hue!
Color too much as this can damage your hair. Using root contact items to mask the grays when you can.
Side effects of using hair dyes:
Permanent hair colouring that includes ammonia and peroxide. Peroxide takes away the natural hair colour and thus constantly exposing your hair to these chemicals can cause your hair to lose lustre, split easily and even contribute to hair loss.
Colourants produce paraphenylenediamine, an allergen. People with dermatitis may get a serious reaction from this. People suffering from eczema and psoriasis should avoid hair dyes. This not only can cause scratching but skin irritation, redness and swelling.
Impact on Pregnancy
Coloring hair will prove to be far for pregnant women’s unborn child, because it can induce malignancy.
Repeated inhalation of the chemicals can lead to coughing, inflammation of the lungs and even attacks of asthma.
Hair Tinting Alternatives:
It gives hair a reddish, burgundy hue. It also oils the hair naturally, which makes it smoother. Your hair will permanently apply its color with daily use of henna, make a paste out of henna powder and water and add it to your hair. Let it settle for a few hours then wash your hairs.
Lemon and Honey
Lemon and honey will do the job if you want to lighten your hair colour. Mix equal pieces of lemon and honey, then add them to your hair. Blow-dry, and wash your hair. Repeat this a few times to achieve clear results.
Coffee will help make your hair look darker. Pour the brewed coffee as a final rinse through your hair, and let it dry. The next time you wash your hairs, the colour will wash out.
Beet and Carrot Juice
A treatment with beet and carrot juice gives red undertone to your hair. Mix 3 pieces of beet with 1 slice of carrot and saturate your hair with the mix. Let it sit for an hour or so and then rinse with shampoo.
This is a perfect way to keep the hair dark and enrich to conceal the grey hair. Peel and boil the black walnut husks in water, lower the heat and then cook for 15 to 20 minutes. Let it cool down and add to your option of oil and apply it to your hair, then rinse in about half an hour.
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