Black hair, whether dyed or natural, is obviously the most difficult color to change, and in the coloring process, oftentimes causes some extensive damages, lots of tears and orange hues.
In case you have black hair and want to lighten your shade, few tips can help you to get you started.
First off, turn dyed black to brunette by using extreme caution. The most effective way to lighten black dye is by bleaching or stripping the hair and then making use of another dye to obtain the desired color.
It is best to meet a professional stylist in case you have already dyed the hair once or even more, since you can damage your hair permanently.
If you determine to do it alone, bleach of strip your hair once, following the instructions and then use your brunette dye on top at least twenty four hours afterwards.
Lighten natural black hair by using quality hair bleach. Do strand test prior to applying the bleach so you know how long to leave the product on before you go for your entire hair.
If your color ends up appearing too brassy, you can just natural henna dye. Mix up until one Tbsp of regular conditioner into the hair dye you use, bleaching or strippers agent as naturally black hair tends to be slightly more course than are other hair colours.
The conditioner will not impact how the product works yet will help you prevent drying and damage as you treat your hair. See a professional hairstylist if you have changed into brunette yet don’t like the outcome.