Mix your blonde hair dye: Combine the dyes and developers from both the boxes in a large bowl and mix them thoroughly with your hair coloring brush. Make sure both the colors combine completely or else you might end up with patches of different blonde shades in your hair.
Do a strand test: To make sure that you actually end up with the blonde shade that you are aiming for, test out the dye on a small 1/2 inch section of hair (taking from near the nape of your neck). This will also help you figure out how long you need to leave the dye on to get the exact shade of blonde that you want.
Brush out your hair: Ensure you brush out each and every bunch and tangle from your hair. Running over a bunch in your hair while you’re applying color can be a noteworthy irritation, other than having the capacity to influence your shading to look inconsistent after it has been washed off.
Apply petroleum jelly all along your hairline: If you don’t want to end up with ghastly dye stains on your face, your best bet is to slather some petroleum jelly all along your hairline and on your ears.
Start dyeing your hair right from the roots with a hair coloring brush: Since your hair near the roots require the longest time for the color to develop, start applying the dye right from the top and run a comb through that section of hair to pull the color down. Keep applying dye and combing it down until your hair is sufficiently covered from roots to ends.
Leave the dye on for the duration indicated on the box: Remember, ladies – the instructions that come in your box of hair color are your best friend. Roll up your hair and put on a shower cap. Leave the hair color on for the developing time indicated on the box. This should be somewhere between 30-45 minutes. However, after the 20 minute mark, you can start checking your color by removing a bit of dye from a section of hair at the back. Keep checking every 5 minutes until you are satisfied with the color.
Wash out the color from your hair: Wash your hair with water, until the water runs completely clear, to get rid of all the chemicals from your hair. Then, shampoo it with a shampoo specifically made for dyed blonde hair (John Frieda Everlasting Blonde Color Preserving Shampoo is a great product) and condition it with the conditioner that came in your box of hair dye. Don’t wash your hair for the next couple of days to let the color set in completely.
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