Red is one of the most common colors in our daily life, representing enthusiasm, liveliness, vitality, warmth, happiness, and so on. For some girls, red can keep them fashionable and active. That's why more and more people are choosing to dye their hair red or wear a red wig. With red hair like this, you can always be the center of attention! If you've always wanted to dye your hair red, but don't want to bleach your hair or wear a red wig, today I'm going to tell you how to dye your hair red without bleaching it.
Reasons to try dyeing your hair red without bleach
Bleach can do a lot of damage to your hair, so it's best to avoid using bleach. Many people with black hair mistakenly believe that avoiding bleach means not having bright or light hair colors. There are several good reasons to try dyeing red hair without bleach. To be honest, bleach can damage your hair in a variety of ways, including:
•Destroy the cuticle of the hair
•Damage the internal structure of the hair
•Make your hair more vulnerable to environmental damage, such as the sun
How to dye the hair red without bleaching?
Next, I'm going to show you three products that can dye your hair red without using bleach. You have several options for dyeing red hair without using bleach. The best method depends on whether you want a permanent or temporary dye job.
1. Permanent hair dye
You need a permanent hair dye to dye your hair red without bleach. Not surprisingly, the formula for permanent hair dye is forever, meaning that the color only disappears completely once the hair grows back.
The high-impact effect of permanent hair dye is useful if you want to get paint on your hair without using bleach. Permanent hair dye has a long-lasting effect because it can both remove existing colors and add new ones. For example, if you have naturally brown hair, permanent red hair dye will eliminate some of the brown pigment and give red pigment. These types of products are designed for people with dark hair colors who want to achieve a red hair effect without bleaching. Keep in mind that the red color produced by these products tends to be more subtle than what you get with bleach.
2. Hair developer
In addition to permanent hair dye, you may want to use a hair developer. A developer, or activator, is a treatment product used to tone down hair color. Boxed hair dye sets usually include a developer.
There are different amounts of developers, the greater the amount, the better the whitening effect (and chemical strength). Most brunettes need 20 or 30 volumes of the developer if they want to get red hair without bleaching.
Remember that even with the developer, your black hair that you dyed red without bleaching won't be light red.
If you've worked on a bleach-free method, give up any hope of strawberry blonde or orange-red. Instead, you should expect a Burgundy or Burgundy shade in your hair.
That said, with the proper developer and lifter, your new hair color will still be a distinct red tone. Developers and permanent dyes aren't great for your hair health, but they're still not as intense as bleaching, and they're a good choice if you want a pronounced red hair color.
Once you've finished dyeing your hair red, be sure to help your hair recover with a moisturizing and moisturizing hair mask. You should also invest in shampoo and conditioner for your hair color, as this will help moisturize and repair your hair to protect it from further damage.
3. Temporary red hair products
Not everyone wants to go all in on redheads. You may want to change your hair color for a short time, for parties, outfits, or just to blend in. If you just want to try being a redhead for a day, some fun products can create the look you want.
One of the most popular options for temporary redheads is baking powder, which is used for temporary staining. You can get the best results if you apply to chalk to clean, damp, combed hair. The color usually disappears after one or two washes. Another product similar to chalk is hair wax. Red hair wax is a useful product to apply to the outer layer of hair that has already been styled.
A colored hairspray is also a great option for temporary redheads. Red hair spray functions much like hair powder, but instead of clumsily rubbing it into your hair, you can spray it on.
If you want full coverage but don't want to spend a lot of time applying, red hairspray may be the best option for short-term redheads.
Any permanent or semi-permanent red hair dye will cause some damage to your hair. You can limit the damage by dyeing your hair red without bleach and maintaining it with a quality product after dyeing.
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