How to Color Hair.

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How to dye your own hair.

At our age, finding that one gray hair can be quite disturbing. If you dont have any yet, between the stress from school and work, and our entry into adult hood its bound to happen. Thankfully, there are cosmetic products that can help us cover our evidence of old age and keep us looking young and healthy. Studies show that about 75% of americans today have dyed their hair, and that is including men. Today I’m going to show you how to dye your own hair, what important preparations to make before hand, and how to take care of your new stylish look.

-First you must find a color that suites your skin tone best. Apply Vaseline around hairline to prevent staining the skin. Next, part your hair into three even sections and pin them back. Its always important to read the directions given to get an idea of what your doing Also, in side of the instructions are gloves, these are important to protect your skin from the dye! Take the bottle of hair color and mix it carefully with the dye, shake until color is completely saturated

-Start with the back section of your hair. Apply at the root and work your way down.
-Its important to take your time and completely finish each section before moving to the next.
-if available, use spare toothbrush to brush hair color down entire strand of hair to assure even application
-after dye is applied to last strand, brush your hair out and pile it on top of your head, you can fasten it with a rubber band or clip if necessary.
- Let your hair sit for the time indicated on the instructions, its usually about 20 minutes.
-This is a good time to wipe off excess dye that got onto your neck, forehead or ears

Rinse & Care
After your twenty minutes, wet your hair, lather, then rinse. Its important to keep rinsing your hair until the water runs clear. Next, apply the conditioner given in the box
Let this sit for about 2-5...
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