How To Fix DIY Hair Coloring Mistakes

 How To Fix DIY Hair Coloring Mistakes

Coloring your hair on your own can be a bit tricky, but then it can also feel super rewarding when it comes out looking exactly how you envisioned it! But before you get to your dream hue, there might be some bumps you encounter along the way—especially if it’s your first time. You might experience things like brassy locks, uneven or splotchy application, stained ears and hands, and a whole lot more.

Don’t worry, we’re here to help you out! Below, we list down some of the most common at-home hair coloring mistakes, plus how you can fix them ASAP:

How To Fix At-Home Hair Coloring Mistakes

  1. Your hair color turned out too dark.

    Okay, maybe you weren’t expecting such a ~dark~ result when you washed off the dye. If you want to fade your hair color, use a clarifying or anti-dandruff shampoo to strip some of the pigment from your locks. If you’re not yet happy with how it turned out, continue to wash your hair with the anti-dandruff shampoo for the next several days until you get your desired result. Also, make sure to use a good deep conditioner after because this method can dry out your tresses.

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    Pro tip: The next time you color your hair, you can dilute the dye to make the pigment less intense by mixing in some conditioner. 😉

  2. Your hair color became brassy.

    If you have black hair and you bleached it for the first time, you might notice that it’s a little brassy (AKA it has yellow…

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