How to Change Hair Colour
Select which colour you think would look best.This may be based on your eye colour, skin colour, or natural hair colour.
- Red colour compliments green eyes very well.
- Naturally blonde hair works well with any colour.
- People with black hair may want to try purple or dark (black-cherry) reds.
- People with red hair should try greens and blues.
- Brunettes look good with reds or oranges.
Decide whether you want a permanent colour or not.
- Permanent hair colour can create the most dramatic changes, either lightening or darkening the hair.
- Semi-permanent hair colour will wash out after a period of time, typically within 1-2 weeks. It is best for darkening hair colour, and typically creates a more natural look.
- Demi-permanent hair colour is very similar to semi-permanent, but takes longer to wash out.
- Temporary hair colouring -- such as chalking, Kool-Aid, or Jello -- work great as well. These are perfect for younger children or someone who wants a day-long dye.
Decide how you will apply the colour, whether by yourself or by a professional.
Enjoy your new look!
QuestionAt the moment I have red hair, but I'm going so grey I need to change it as it's getting hard to keep up. Any suggestions?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerWell, if your grey hair is coming in fast you should try to relax more, because if you are stressed out your gray hair grows faster. To cover up the grey you can either buy the color for your hair at a CVS and do it yourself, or buy the L'Oreal grey cover up spray.Thanks!
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- If you'd rather buy hair colouring and do it yourself, either due to the costs or the inconvenience, just follow the directions carefully on the box.
- Because salons can be very expensive, check different salons in your area to determine what you should expect to pay.
- Blondes beware that Kool-aid may stain your hair for longer.
- Permanent hair colour will need to be retouched periodically as the hair roots grow out.
- Permanent hair colour has harsher chemicals, and it can further damage hair that is already fragile or damaged.
- As the colour fades, it may turn to a shade you were not wanting or expecting.
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