Preparations before dying Hair
Madison Reed home hair coloring has all the essential tools and skill sets needed to give you a professionally styled application process of all color dyes! In this case, they will work with you to pick out a gorgeous red color to complement any hairstyle. It’s important to make the proper preparations to condition the hair for the important stages of hair treatments. Failing to execute properly may result in faded or distorted color. It’s important to choose a red color that goes well with your particular skin tone. To avoid potential bleaching, match the red color to your current one to get the proper perspective. In some cases, it may be necessary to bleach the hair once or twice to ensure that you’re getting the fullness of red. If you apply a cool red shade then it may also be necessary to tone the hair prior to treatment.
Apply the beautiful chosen red Dye
It would be wise to purchase the dye from a professional salon instead of the internet. You never know what you’ll get, and doing it yourself is a risky endeavor that most professionals advocate against. It’s important to mix the dye in a bowl that isn’t made of metal and that includes a plastic mixing utensil. From here, the hair is divided into sections for organization and efficiency. During the process, it’s important that skin and clothes are protected to prevent any stains. The dye can then be applied on the different sections to ensure even continuity. Clip and twist the section and move on to the next one. The process can be long if you have long hair so it might be wise to bring a book.
Giving the final touches
Covering one’s head with a shower cap is an important step after your hair is treated. This ensures that the process will be slightly sped up and keeps the rest of your body dye-free. It’s important to take into account the instructions on the package to ensure that the dye is thoroughly implemented before you can let your hair free again. From here you must rinse the excess out using a cool water source to get as much out as possible. When rinsing it’s not a bad idea to utilize special conditioners for colored hair to give a finish that’s to dye for. It will then be a part of the new look and you can alter it to whatever degree desired.
Maintaining Healthy Dyed Hair
Maintaining the color can be a tricky thing because hair grows and there are also environmental factors to consider. It is generally a good idea to take a few day’s breaks from washing the hair to let the dye sink in more. Afterward, you can then shampoo with a color-safe brand with cool water twice a week for the best results. If you decided to bleach the hair then a color conditioner once every week is a must, and it will save you from future hair complications. One trick of the trade that many professional stylists implement is an occasional rinse of vinegar water to discourage fading and preserve the richness of the red tone throughout the cycle. One problem that people often have is they put too much heat on colored hair. This isn’t to say you can’t use it, but excess amounts are discouraged. For beautiful red hair that matches your look on a consistent yearly basis, one should touch up the color every month or two, and the color tone can be changed during this time. It’s also a good idea to take breaks from coloring the hair to give it time to rest for healthier growth