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Do you ever dye your hairs?

Hair dyes completely change your look. But what you think hair day is good for hairs? Do you ever dye your hair ot not?

Asked by Chris on May 22, 2014

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Silver Comila   L1: Member   3 answers   +0 votes
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I don't actually dye my hair but I want to try. Many hair experts suggest that continously dying your hair may result to damages such as split-ends. So if I will try dying my hair, only a minimal amount can do to make me feel more good-looking. Besides, there are no other colors that can combat the natural beauty of my hair color.

Posted on Aug 5, 2014
Sofia Edlund   L1: Member   3 answers   +0 votes
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There is no perfect season to spruce up your hair and upgrade it with the perfect hue. Whether summer or Spring, your hair will always require your attention. But do you know that in a bid to add the much needed color that you can actually irrevocably harm it? If you are thinking of tinting or dyeing it completely, don't start until you've read this recommendation by stylist Sofia of Diazz Sweden. The steps you are about to read will ensure you prep your hair the right way for a drastic change.


Hair treatment is better left to the professionals. Most products contain chemicals and if not used the right way may damage your hair. This is very true about dye. To prevent permanent scalp damage and breakage, leave it to the professionals to determine what is best for your hair. Besides, you don't want to have unwanted hair colors in your hands in the first place.

If you have previously dyed your hair black or any other dark color for that matter, don't attempt to dye it blond or even rinse it. Drastic transition from black to blond within a matter of weeks will cause huge damage. A few visits to your stylist and proper treatment will ensure all traces of black are rinsed from your hair. It takes a little bit of time to regain your natural color without causing collateral damage to your hair.

Any conditioner and shampoo used during this period must be ones specifically meant for color treated hair. There are many good brands you can buy that will create supple and soft hair. This is essential if you are looking to prevent breakage after coloring.

Don't rush and change your hair color all at once. Doing this is a straight road to scalp damage. It is good to take baby steps initially. Dye a shade of brown initially and in the next few weeks, color it with a copper hue or even auburn. If you are looking for something dramatic, you may decide to go blond all the way after another month. This way, your mane texture is preserved and you reduce the possibility of breakage.

For those that have traveled the road of hair and scalp damage, all hope is not lost yet as you can easily lay hands on amazing hair extensions such as the ones on display in Diazz Sweden. Who says, you won't look good by augmenting with extensions? Do it with flourish and look like a million dollars.
The link below will help you know more:
http://www.diazzsweden.co.uk

Posted on Aug 6, 2014

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