How to go from Blonde back to Brunette
People commonly assume that blondes have more fun, yet brunette can add drama to your overall look. However, creating the change from golden tresses to a rich chestnut lock can surely prove fascinating though challenging.
You cannot get natural, healthy hair by simply covering the blonde with dark dye choice, and you surely do not want to end up with a shade of green on your hair. Choose a hair tone carefully and use the combination of dyes in order to achieve the tone that you want the most.
It has been widely known that dyed hair can be dry and brittle easily. In order to get your hair good shape just before your make the colour transition, use weekly deep conditioner only for few weeks before dying it.
Avoid the use of too much heat in your styling process such as hair dryers and curling iron which is set to maximum temperature. Start with your clean hair by washing the day before you dye the hair and make sure that your hair is free of any hair styling products such as mousse and gel. You need to choose a hair colouring based on skin tone and colour of your eyes.
Then place petroleum jelly on the area around your hairline and don’t forget to wear gloves. You need to reverse the colour process that people use to dye their hair from dark brunette to blonde. Start with a dye which is a couple of shades darker.
Being with your hair roots and work your way outwards. Leave it first for 25 minutes.
Then rinse the golden blonde dye. Lastly, apply medium brown toing to your hair. Use final brown dye to reach the color you want.