Useful tips for coloring your hair
Not sure where to start? We've got you covered!
Do your roots first
Hair that’s already colored is more porous and soaks up color easily, but new (root) growth needs more time to take color in.
To get an even tone from root to tip - leave color on your roots for the full time and color your ends for only half the required time.
Become a regular deep conditioner
If your hair isn’t in great condition, your glossy color won’t last. To improve the condition of your hair, we recommend a deep conditioning treatment once a week.
Ask for some help!
Coloring the back of your hair is hard - ask someone to help you so you don’t miss a spot. A three-panel mirror can also help you see all sides.
Use your brows as a guide
Your brows are a great guide for your hair color and staying within two shades of them (lighter or darker) will generally give you the best color match.
Make Vaseline your BFF
Vaseline on your hairline helps stop color stain on your skin - it’s worth using!
Remember skin tone matters
Cool skin tones look best in cool hair colors, while warm skin tones look best in warm hair colors. To find out more – read this article.
Not for your hair, but for your glasses! Wrap some foil around the arms of your glasses so you can wear them while you color. Once you’ve finished (and taken your glasses off), just make sure to retouch the sides.
Cut up some lemons
Stained fingers? Cut a lemon in half and squeeze the juice into a small bowl and soak fingertips for 30 minutes to help reduce staining.