Growing out dyed hair to reveal one's natural color can be done to rid the hair of harsh dye chemicals. The process is also ideal for individuals who no longer want to hide gray hair.Continue Reading
If the hair is highlighted, put lowlights in the hair. This makes the tresses closer to their natural color.
Let the hair grow naturally from the scalp for two to three months. This gives the beautician an accurate idea of one's true hair color. Ask a beautician to apply a tint back to the hair to restore its natural color and replace missing pigments in the hair that have been lost through dying.
Condition the hair with a protein treatment during the growing-out process to ensure healthy growth of hair.
It is best to wash the hair the night before dying it so that the color shines through. Hair that is either too dirty or too clean can alter the color when applying the dye.Full Answer >
Dying hair a natural or unnatural color works best after bleaching it according to Clairol. For the healthiest results, avoid using permanent dyes, as they can further damage the hair. The most common dyes used after bleach are semi-permanent and demi-permanent.Full Answer >
As long as hair is strong enough for a color treatment, it can be colored. While most stylists recommend waiting a week between services to give the scalp a chance to recover, hair color services can be performed back to back and even on the same day.Full Answer >
To color bleached hair, treat hair with a prewash and conditioning treatment, apply a filler color, then apply the desired hair color. Condition weekly with a deep-conditioning treatment.Full Answer >