haiiiii! it's your newest tip girl, Jayda! ( @jayda-the-epic-ninja )
i am here to tell you the MOST IMPORTANT things about dying & bleaching your hair. i highly advise you to make sure that whatever color you want is the color you're gonna stick with. if you're unsure or uneasy about it, then try to pick a color that you think will suit you best ♥
O1;; PICKING A COLOR
This was the hardest step for me when I first dyed my hair. At first, I wanted dark -- almost black -- hair. Until I changed my mind and went for red. :) I'm a mixed person, with rather light skin, so any bright and vibrant color would suit girls with my skin tone. For darker colored girls, I think going a few shades lighter than your normal hair color is B E A U T I F U L, and if you can, try it! ♥
Bleaching is the best and worst part of dying your hair. It's the best because of the amazing results you get afterwards, but the worst because all it does is fry your hair. But don't fear! There is one simple thing that will reduce breakage and get your hair back into action! It's called...
yes, I said conditioner. After bleaching your hair, either buy some deep-conditioning packets to use each week, or use your ordinary conditioner as a deep-conditioning treatment. The more you condition, the more your hair will repair. The more your hair will repair, the longer it grows!
**VERY IMPORTANT NOTE**
you should NEVER and I mean *NEVER* keep in hair bleach for more than an hour at a time. If you want very light hair, bleach it for an hour each day until it gets to the color you want. Remember to condition!
O3;; VIBRANT COLORS WITH && WITHOUT BLEACH
You can get vibrant colors in two ways. With bleach, and without bleach. With bleach, the color is lighter and MUCH more vibrant, and is usually going to stay in longer. Without it, the color won't 'pop' as much, but your hair will stay healthy and not fried! You can buy special hair dyes for dark hair at Sally's Beauty Store in the hair dye isle :) (that's the only beauty store that I go to!!)
O4;; GETTING YOUR PARENTS TO LET YOU DYE YOUR HAIR
Most of our parents are carefree about what our hair looks like. But if you have one of those parents who always says no, here are some things to get them to let you dye your hair.
- promise to do more chores around the house, mow the lawn, just little favors in return for your awesome hair.
- bring up your grades! they'll most likely want to reward you for doing your best in school.
- be super nice. i know, it sounds nearly impossible to us teenage girls, but you have to try.
- make a deal with them. they'll want to make you do something IN ORDER to get your hair. (just think... they're old. they can't be THAT bad when it comes to this stuff.)
well, that's all i have for tonight! i hope this helped with your bleaching and dying problems!
bye, lovelies! ♥
-Jayda ♥ (@jayda-the-epic-ninja)