Tips For Having Your Hair Colored


Hair color treatments can be among the most common types of work that people will have done at salons and spas. Considering the difficulty of effectively dying your own hair, it is understandable why people may prefer the convenience and skill that comes with a professional hair treatment.

Bring Pictures Of The Look You Are Wanting With The Hair Color Treatment

While you may be able to envision the way that you want your hair to look, it can be very difficult to effectively communicate this to the professional hair colorist. To help avoid any communication difficulties or misunderstandings, it is advisable to bring a picture of the style that you are wanting for your hair. Ideally, you should bring several pictures that each showcase the color, cut, and other details of how you are wanting your hair to look. This can be especially important for those that are wanting to pursue a look that may require their hair color treatment to utilize multiple colors and shades.  

Avoid Washing Or Styling Your Hair Prior To The Hair Color Treatment Appointment

Before your hair color treatment appointment, you should avoid washing or styling your hair. This can avoid stripping the hair and scalp of oil that can act as a protective barrier against the harsh chemicals that may be needed during the hair color treatment. Additionally, you will want to avoid washing or styling your hair for at least a day after the color treatment is done. This can allow the color to bind to the hair strands, which can significantly increase the length of time that the colors will remain vibrant.

Invest In Color-Safe Hair Products

Another important step for preserving the results of your hair color treatment for as long as possible can be to invest in color-safe hair products. These are products that will be designed to avoid reacting to the pigments in the hair in a way that could cause them to fade more quickly or to even become discolored. This is especially important with shampoo as this will be a product that you will have to use regularly for as long as your hair is dyed, and it can be one of the primary causes of hair color fading or becoming discolored. Sulfate-free shampoo can be a common example of this option, as it will keep blond and other light hair colors vibrant, while standard shampoo could quickly cause the blonde hair color to turn a brassy color.


30 November 2022

Learning About Dying Your Hair At The Salon

Hello, my name is Nina. Welcome to my site about having your hair dyed and styled at the salon. I started going gray at about 30 years of age. As the gray hairs overwhelmed my formerly gorgeous locks, I knew that I needed a quick solution. Unfortunately, the box hair dye products didn't always work well and the results did not last nearly long enough. I started to go to salons to rectify the problem and was instantly hooked. I will use this site to talk about the different dye products and techniques used in the salon. I will also talk about salon styles for your hair.