Hello my rose petals,
let’s talk about hair care today!
While hair colors are designed to enable you change your appearance with relative ease depending on the attires you are putting on or occasions, consistent use of hair colors can damage your natural hair. What’s worse is that, you may never be able to recover your original hair color as a result of continuous use of hair dye. However, with a little bit of guidance, you should be able to restore your natural hair color. Discussed herein, are tips and guidelines on how to restore your natural hair color.
Start by trimming the ends of your hair. Normally, the hair tends to become dry after a couple of hair dye application, thus causing the tips to break off. Since you are keen on restoring your natural hair, it is important that you start with the ends. By trimming the ends, you will be allowing your hair to grow gradually into place.
Then again, it is important to point out that hair color restoration is a gradual procedure. You cannot achieve optimum results overnight. Note the color of the regrown roots and try to contrast them to the hue of other hair strands. Thereafter, you can prepare light highlights with an aim of evening the hair strands. With time, use a shade that is similar to the regrown roots to add emphasis to your original hair color.
Nonetheless prior to adding hair color that is almost similar to the regrown roots, allow the roots a little bit of time to grow fully. When the strands are 2-3 inches long, you will be able to know what your original hair color looks like. Preparing paint when the strands are still short can cause you to prepare a mixture that does not match the actual hair color thereby causing further damage to your hair.
If you are a natural blonde but had changed your hair color to that of a brunet, then you need to know that restoration process is quite gradual. This is because dyeing your hair causes it to adopt a different color with time. Once you have noticed the color of the newly grown roots, let the change be gradual. You should be able to recover your natural hair after a few treatments.
One of the reasons why dyeing your hair causes it to lose its natural color is because the chemicals used in the hair colors are not easy to rinse thereby causing hair strands to adopt the new color. Therefore, it may take quite some time before you are able to get rid of the dyes you had used on your hair. In some cases, the dye might not even come off. It is for this reason that you need to consider using a treatment that allows you to regain your natural hair color with time.
There are also other hair treatments procedures other than the one mentioned herein that you can use in order to restore your natural hair. However, these treatments are normally offered at beauty salons and tend to cost quite a lot of money.
Then again, if you are unable to restore your natural hair color from the comfort of your home, you can opt to seek professional assistance from a beauty salon. In addition to having the right treatments needed to restore your natural hair color, the experts hired by various beauty salons will advise you on how best to take care of your hair in order to guarantee its natural color. Some tips for this article were taken from WikiTalks http://wikitalks.com/category/articles/fashion-beauty/hair-care-style/
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