People with bleached blonde hair can darken their locks by gradually dying hair darker using a hair coloring product. This can be done at home with home hair dye or by visiting a professional colorist.Continue Reading
It can be tricky to dye bleached blonde hair to a darker shade. Bleaching products tend to make hair dry and brittle, which makes it difficult for hair to absorb the dye. It can take two or three separate applications to get the right shade. People who want to dye their bleached blonde hair darker should follow these steps to get the color they want with long lasting results.
Olive skin tones tend to look better with darker shades of brown, including cinnamon, auburn and chestnut brown. The undertone of the skin makes a considerable difference in the right shade, notes InStyle.Full Answer >
A hair dye color chart is used to select either an entirely new hair color or to subtly change an existing color to a few shades darker or lighter. The color chart also helps to select good combination colors for highlights and different skin tones.Full Answer >
To lighten hair, simply soak clean and dry locks in a low-concentration solution of hydrogen peroxide for about a half an hour. Make sure to carefully rinse out the chemical and not to leave it in for too long to avoid bleaching hair too light.Full Answer >
Whether you are trying to tone down brightly colored locks or lighten hair that has been dyed too dark, there are some things that you can try on your own before turning to your stylist for help. Using a clarifying shampoo or a baking soda mixture as a shampoo may help remove some of the hair dye.Full Answer >