How to Dye Black Hair to Light Brown - How I Dye My Roots!. ---EXPAND ME---
***If you're watching this video on any device other than a PC (I used a formatting tag to adjust and it only works on PC), the aspect ratio of the video will be distorted! Having some unknown technical difficulties =/ sorry!
To help you get through this video:
00:30 - 4:40 Difference between DYED black hair and "VIRGIN" black hair
04:41 - 09:59 Favorite hair dye, what developer to use, & why professional dye is better than boxed dyes
10:00 - 14:18 How I do my root touch up application by myself
14:19 - 14:49 Up close look at my hair color!
So the bottom line that I want to stress is that if you have dyed black hair, this method will NOT work for you. You need to pre-lighten your hair or remove the dark dye from your hair first before even attempting to apply a light colored hair dye on top of it. Please understand this, I cannot stress it enough--you will just waste your time and money!
- ion Color Brilliance: 7G-7.3 Medium Golden Blonde (Sally's Beauty Supply)
- Salon Care: 30 vol. creme developer (Sally's Beauty Supply)
- Mixing ratio for this dye is 1:1 which means equal parts of dye to developer
- The recommended processing time for use with 30 vol. is 30-45 minutes to achieve a medium golden blonde color. However, I only want to achieve up to a light golden brown color, so I processed the dye for half the amount of time--or until it reached my desired color.
- This dye is my FAVORITE because it can lift natural dark hair 3-4 levels--NO PRE-LIGHTENING REQUIRED!
- The blonde parts in my hair are when I used to have blonde on top. I just left them in because that part of my hair went through so much history that I don't want to process it anymore (waiting for it to grow out so I can cut it off)
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