Tips to follow for hair-coloring.
Colouring hair sounds cool. Everybody wants to get it, but not everybody dares it because we all know that it damaged hair and leads to early graying. But, here are a few things that you must pay attention to, to maintain the health of your hair because if you don't then colour your hair today will lead to discoloration of your hair tomorrow permanently. Also, if you haven't dyed your hair before, then it may be pretty intimidating. Therefore, if you are a hair colour virgin, then plunging into dying your hair calls for extra care. Since discoloration from black to red/blue/black would work but into grey could lead to wearing a crown of shame. So no matter whether you are approaching a pro or doing it yourself, we have a few tips which you should consider before dying your hair.
This is the basic thing which is said by everyone that anything applied to the hair which contains chemicals should be kept away from the roots because, in the long run, the chemicals present in the hair colour can cause oxidative damage.
It can cause Contact Allergic dermatitis, and if you develop an allergy to an ingredient, it will stay life long.
As the hair colour becomes lighter, increased quantities of peroxide(bleach) are used so remember not to use lighter hair colour.
Hair are usually sensitive to the ingredients of the shampoo and not to its price. So, be careful of using sulfate-free shampoos, which can cause your hair to dry.
Read the contents of the pack before using. Just because it's Mehendi, it does not mean that it will be purely herbal always. Plus, Mehendi makes your hair dry, rather your hair needs nourishment when coloured.
There is nothing better than oiling your hair if you want to experiment anything or even wash your hair.
If you keep feeding your hair with oil regularly, you will not face a problem. Therefore, condition your hair with oil before washing.
Conditioners help to recover the dryness of your hair. You should apply it at least for 3 minutes after your head bath, to maintain the quality of your hair.
Not only your skin but your hair also have certain requirements. Thick and curly hair will better go with gel or liquid formulas while foam dyes are better for sensitive skin.