If you’ve been wanting to try the black hair that’s been trendy in recent years, or if you need to get your hair color back for job hunting, you’ve come to the right place! Unlike regular coloring, hair color reversion requires caution and failure to do so can lead to major regrets. Here is a list of things to check.
How to choose the right chemicals for self-coloring
You have a sudden company meeting and need to get your hair color back immediately, or you don’t have the money to go to a hair salon in the first place. People with such problems need to pay attention to the selection of agents for the hair coloring they rely on.
We often hear of cases of failure where people think they have chosen a natural black color, but the coloring was so bad that it just turned out to be a little dark brown. For those who want to dye their hair black, we recommend a hair coloring agent for gray hair. Because the effect is strong, the color will come in well.
Note the sticky, seaweed-like black hair.
Some people may long to have beautiful jet-black hair, but they should not suddenly put in too much. Unnatural hair that looks like seaweed stuck to the head is unnatural from the outside and leads to a negative reputation.
When self-coloring, it is best to dye your hair in stages and check the dye progress little by little to ensure that the hair is dyed beautifully, even if it takes a long time. When dyeing hair at a hair salon, instead of ordering dark black, choose a lighter shade of black for a more natural result.
Don’t forget to check it after you get your hair color back.
After coloring, the color will change as the days go by, and this is the same with hair color restoration. Inevitably, UV rays and hair dryers will have an effect on the color, and the impression will change.
The degree to which the color fades varies from person to person, but generally, the lighter the hair color was, the more easily the darker color will fade.
After dyeing, it is necessary to periodically check to see if the hair color has returned, and if it has faded too much, it is necessary to dye it again. It is recommended that those who are going to dye their hair black for job hunting should check their schedule.
Hair damage check and treatment
In any case, reverting hair color or changing hair to black is very hard on the hair. The more damage a person has done to his or her hair through repeated use of hair color, the greater the burden on the hair.
Japanese people want their black hair to flutter beautifully, and should avoid hair that is full of split ends. The best thing to do is to do a treatment after coloring.
It will dramatically change the finish and make the color last longer. Whether you dye your hair out of obligation or for fashion, you want to enjoy your uniquely Japanese black hair. Dye it beautifully and discover a new you!