Besides the fashionable colors such as ash gray, ash purple… for those who are individual, dyeing ash color is suitable for the gentle style of feminine girls. It’s easy to transform for many styles, but not everyone can have the perfect ash hair!
Thick and dry hair
You are required to undergo the hair bleaching process to make sure your hair color standard. But hair bleaching is a process of lightening hair color with chemicals. So, if you have dark and thick hair, you will have to go through a lot of hair bleaching steps to completely remove the dark hue of your hair.\
Repeated hair removal means that the hair will be bleached to reduce protein levels causing hair damage, weakness and dry. So if your hair has thick and dry fibers, you need to think carefully before choosing bleach to avoid accidentally “killing” your hair.
Hair bleached through many times
Hair bleaching is the process of using highly oxidizing chemicals and a strong detergent, which will remove melanin cells (pigment cells that regulate hair color) so that the original hair color disappears, becoming a bright color like platinum color. If you have had many times to dye your hair and have to bleach your hair to change a variety of bright hair colors, it certainly absorbs too many chemicals, making your hair much weaker than it originally was. If you want to change to an ash hair color, there should be a special way to care for dyed hair to restore hair after bleaching, making hair healthier. This will make your hair strong enough to withstand the effects of chemicals.
Weak and damaged hair
This kind of hair often lacks nutrients with weak epidermis so it cannot protect other layers inside. This is definitely a period when you can’t use any more chemicals for your hair if you don’t want your hair to dry and become damaged.
Ash-colored hair dye is a difficult dyeing technique requiring the use of many different chemicals to process the hair. You must use bleach containing hydrogen peroxide that combined with ammonia to break down the epidermis and melanin cells.
Under the action of a hair dye, the scalp will undergo a process that allows the chemical to work and soak into the scalp. This will make you feel the scalp burning and itching. If you have a sensitive scalp, try dyeing your hair with colors that are not treated with a lot of chemicals, to help your scalp get used to dyeing your hair, and always take care of as well as nourish your scalp and hair in a reasonable method. The healthy hair and scalp will help you limit the risks and effects of dyeing your hair.
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