I've dyed mine bright red, blue, purple and then white. It fucking wrecked my hair - but that may be more to do with so many unnatural colours in such a short space of time, I think the first three were all within less than a year... My hair is still being treated a few years later because it was so damaged that the scalp was bleeding whenever I brushed it and my hair was pretty close to falling out. I did it so badly :P I recommend just asking a hairdresser first and making sure you do it right, you should be fine.
My uncle uses henia by the way, it actually makes your hair healthier and also makes it lighter, he looks handsome as fuck, aesthetic hair too but i guess doing yoga helps with that. If i ignore his height, his face is better than those guys you like like burak oszivit and zayn malik any day. Knowing that fact makes me happy that i have been told i look a lot like him though i look like dogshit face wise alone compared to him
I used to do it from when I was 16-20 years old. I really love the hair color but it just cost to much because it would take 3 dye boxes to cover my whole hair. Which is extremely thick but a lot of people thought it was my natural hair color.
Yep! I've gotten highlights done professionally a couple times, but usually I dye it myself with a box from the store. I always stay fairly close to my natural color.
I haven't noticed much damage as a result, but if you're going a lighter shade, I would have a professional do that for you. Going from dark brown to blonde, for example, would destroy your hair unless you do it the right way.
I have experimented with it. Did a couple pink highlights which faded to platinum blonde, died all my hair true red, then chocolate brown to cover it, which faded to a weird copper, then dark brown to cover it. I've also done many honey blonde highlights, and copper. What I've liked the most were the dark brown and the pink and platinum highlights. I 'd be open to try new colours.
However, my hair has a fine texture, and gets split ends very easily. I haven't dyed it for the last 3 years, because I want to grow it out. I prefer long healthy shiny hair rather than damaged and dull or short.
If your hair is thick and healthy, it can take dye. Especially if it's organic (less chemicals) or of good quality. It's best to avoid bleaching and go to a hairdresser, at least till you learn how to do it on your own. Look up maintenance, before you commit to a haircolour
I've dyed mine a few times, mostly in other brown colours and darker, but I've also dyed it red, and once it turned almost gingerish colour, then dyed it dark again, and a month back I did gradual bleaching so my hair wouldn't fry up too much all at once, and then left it to naturally lighten while I was on holiday, so now it's more of a chestnut colour.
Bleaching it often will fry it, but I've noticed that other colors aren't as damaging. I'm blonde naturally and my hair is dyed brown. Has been that way for 3 or 4 years now. I dye the roots every 2-3 weeks. My hair is very healthy and soft. The ends are starting to look a bit damaged (since my hair is so damn long) but thankfully I have a hair appointment today.
Lol yes I've dyed my hair like 29381 times - if your hair is naturally thick it's usually more resistant and hair dyes don't cause much damage anyways as long as they're done right, bleachings are much worse!
I've been dying my hair since I was 11. I know over doing it will damage your hair but its not the horror story some people say. If you do dye your hair there are a few products to help it if its dried or brittle. I use hair serums from john frieda, nexxus products for dry/damaged hair, also getting a hair trim will help, hot oil treatments.. there's a lot of ways to keep your hair looking healthy and feeling better after dying it. Its hair bleach that does the real damage.
I've dyed it dark blonde ombre 3 times (I have a medium-dark brown base), then I did a dark purple ombre (again with my own base), then I did a bright pink ombre (->>-) and finally, around Christmas'15, I dyed the base black blue and I did a midnight blue ombre.
A lot. My natural hair is dark brown and so far I've had: 5 or 6 shades of red, 3 or 4 shades of blonde and pastel-ish pink. Have to be honest, my hair is pretty damaged. But I think that's mostly the bleaching; if you take care of it and only go darker you should be fine.
nooooo I love your hair black it s awesome O. O anq, if you really one too I tried red highlights but it didn t show cs my hair is too thick and it didn t damage it. I am scared of coloring my fair too much cs I am afradi I ll loose the curls
In the past I dyed my hair regularly. I regret it because I quickly became addicted and wasn't able to stop until I turned to henna. I haven't dyed my hair in over a year, and I can thank henna for helping me to stop.
twice in my life, both times with red henna. it made my already black hair a darkish red but it made it frizzier and coarser for the next month after. i also had red coming out every time i washed it for the whole week after. henna adds protein to ur hair but it really thickens it up.. http://i.imgur.com/urtADLv.jpg