If you want to dye the tips of your hair yourself, you can do so by sectioning off your hair, applying an at-home treatment and letting it set. If you're not so adventurous, you can visit a professional hairstylist and h... More »

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To dye your hair with food coloring, mix your chosen color with vinegar, and dip-dye hair one section at a time. To avoid staining your hands during the process, wear latex gloves. While this may negatively impact your d... More »

To get vivid blue hair, start by bleaching the hair with a soap cap until it's pale yellow. Apply the blue dye, allow it to process, rinse, and remove remaining pigment with shampoo labeled for color-treated hair. More »

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Using a store-bought color remover or a homemade vitamin C treatment that mixes vitamin C powder with shampoo are ways to remove hair coloring. Both of these methods work on permanent and semi-permanent hair dye and do n... More »

How you color your hair after chemotherapy depends on the amount of time that has elapsed from your last treatment. Because hair is more fragile during the first six months following chemo, it is best use henna or vegeta... More »

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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... More »

Buy vitamin C tablets and a good-quality shampoo, crush the tablets and combine them with the shampoo, apply the mixture to your hair, cover your hair with a plastic cap or bag while the treatment processes, and then was... More »