What You Should Know About Hair Coloring

Beverly Hills Magazine What You Should Know About Hair Coloring
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Hair coloring can be a daunting experience, and taking the color plunge can sound legit terrifying. Hair color is transformative and requires a lot of maintenance to get the exact shade you want. And some questions might be troubling you when you thinking of coloring your hair. 

Such as Will your hair get damaged? Will it require a lot of maintenance? etc. So here in this article, we’ll help you to find everything you need to know before you color your hair for the very first time. Let’s take a look.

Different Types of Hair Colour

There are different types of hair color you need to know. Let’s find out.

  • Permanent Hair Shades

They are the same as temporary colors on appearance, but the temporary color will begin to fade relatively quickly, whereas the permanent color fades far slower. Mostly all type of hair color is available as a permanent option and it is the most popular choice for women. 

  • Temporary Hair Colour

Temporary hair colors tend to gradually fade after each wash, but you can experiment with all the latest hair color trends without the full commitment. They’re just like permanent hair colors, which means you can’t tell whether someone has a temporary color.

4 Things To Consider Before Coloring Your Hair

Follow this guide inspired by Soulfactors for a glossy, flawless shade that will look fresh from the salon.

  1. Ignore the Photos on the Box

Many of the women look at the picture on the box when they shopping for at-home hair color. Instead of that check the numbers and letters on the package to determine the level of color 

and desired tone. 

    2. Use Your Coloring as a Guide

Choose the color according to your skin tone. If you’ve light-skinned, look for more natural with lighter shades. And those who have olive skin tones should opt for gold tones, this will bring warmth to the face and make the skin look less green.

  3. Don’t Skip the Patch Test

It’s important to do a patch test in a small area of your hair before you apply it to your entire head.

  4. Do Damage Control Before You Dye

Before coloring your hair, try to use a clarifying shampoo to remove any product. If you’re not shampooing, you’re allowing the natural oils in your hair to protect your scalp from irritation. And this can be caused by ammonia in many dyes.

Tips To Keep Your Colored Hair Protected

You should take extra care of your hair before and after coloring to keep it hydrated and radiant. Below we’ve mentioned few tips that can help you take care of your colored hair. Let’s find out.


One of the common effects of hair color is mostly moisture loss. So keep reminding yourself to hydrate your hair. Also, add hair masks and regular oiling to your hair care regime.

Choose the right shampoo

Picking the right shampoo for your hair is the ideal hair care regimen to maintain hair color and highlights. So make sure to use a color protect shampoo for long lasting color, and use a sulfate-free shampoo to prevent further moisture loss.

Protein hair mask for extra nourishing

Before shampoo, your hair, try to apply a hair mask to deeply moisturize your hair. It s better to use protein hair masks because they are great as they will help repair damaged hair. You can make a protein hair mask at home. Al you need to do is:

  • Take one egg and 2 tbsp mayonnaise in a bowl. Whisk it well until it becomes smooth.
  • Apply the mixture to your hair, from the roots to the tips.
  • Leave it on for 20 minutes and then rinse well with shampoo.

Choose ultra-nourishing conditioners

When you shampoo your colored hair, make sure to use a good, ultra-nourishing conditioner. You can opt for home remedies such as avocados, bananas, yogurt, honey, mayonnaise, coconut milk, etc.

Live-in conditioner

It is important to ensure that colored hair is well taken care of and deeply nourished to keep it shiny and radiant. So after using a conditioner, apply a live-in conditioner for more protection. It contains silicones that prevent sun damage and frizz.

Keep away from heating hair tools

High heat is not good for colored hair, so keep away from straightening or curling your hair using heated irons. Because high heat will make it lose moisture.

2 Natural Ways To Color Your Hair At Home

Here are some of the natural ingredients to color your hair. It is easily available in our homes, which is effective and has no ill effects.

  1. Beetroot juice

Do you want a natural reddish color, then beetroot is the best choice. To make this hair color all you need is a cup each of beetroot juice and carrot juice and a spray bottle.

  • Mix all the above ingredients and blend them to get juice.
  • Pour it into a spray bottle and spray it all over your hair and cover it up for over 3 hours.
  • Rinse it off with cold water.

  2. Coffee

Coffee gives you a wonderful dark brown shade, also enriches your hair quality.

  • Firstly, brew a strong, black coffee and let it cool down for some time.
  • Add two squeezes of leave-in hair conditioners into it.
  • Pour the mixture into a spray bottle and apply it to the hair.
  • Let it sit for an hour and gently wash it off with normal water. Avoid using shampoo.

It is possible to keep your hair healthy with regular coloring sessions. But must use the right products, with the right balance of strong strands and vibrant color. To learn more about hair coloring, check out this Beauty School Directory.

Peace Adebola
Peace is a freelance content writer who enjoys reading, acquiring knowledge and she loves to code.
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