As someone who started highlighting her hair in the fifth grade, and has since tried out multiple hair colors, from platinum blonde to the blackest black, I've often wondered if dying your hair damages it forever , or if I'd be able to completely restore my hair's health, even with continuously coloring it. Needless to say, the question is a loaded one, and the answer depends on quite a few different variables. To break down this question and others surrounding the topic of keeping color-treated hair healthy, I enlisted the help of a few celebrity colorists that you're more than likely familiar with. Here, George Papanikolas , Jennifer Yepez , Jonathan Colombini , and Kellon Deryck all set the record straight on whether or not coloring your hair damages it forever and provide some tips you should know about maintaining healthy, color-treated hair. In short, the general consensus amongst the celebrity colorists that I consulted with is that, yes, dying and bleaching your hair permanently alters the integrity of your hair. However, if you make sure to get your hair done by an experienced colorist, then the damage should be minimal.
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Or is it? There are so many different colors to choose from, but even more ways that our hair color photo filter can help. Before you book yourself an appointment or whip out the bottle! Topping up roots, visiting the hairdresser, all of it takes work.
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Home hair coloring can be a scary thing. However, it's a myth that doing your hair color at home is always bad or dangerous. You just have to go into the experience with a little knowledge. If you're covering some gray, or want to change your hair one to two shades up or down, or just want to change your tone, you can absolutely do it at home.
Also, is there a special way I should maintain black color? It is for this reason that I strongly suggest going to a reputable professional to have a hair analysis prior to committing to color. Generally speaking because black color requires no lift, the part of the color process that contributes to drying hair out, most heads can handle a black semi permanent color sans adverse effects. Despite being relatively safe, here are six important things to consider when dyeing natural hair jet black.