Hair Dying: Free Online Guide to Cutting, Coloring & Styling Hair

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Learn professional hair dying tips from a hairstylist in this free online video guide to cutting & styling hair.

Part of the Video Series: How to Cut, Style and Color Hair
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Video Transcript

Hi my name is Juan Lino and you can visit me at my website at Feel free to contact me with any questions that you might have regarding any of the topics I discuss. I am now going to discuss with you dying, or the coloring of hair. What you want to take into consideration are, there are several things you should take into consideration, but the main things: have you dyed your hair before, what type of season – is it summer is it winter – what type of season is going on, have you ever used any other type of chemical services on your own without consulting any type of hair stylist and what is it you’re wanting to do or achieve with the color that we’re placing on your hair, whether it’s lighter or darker. You always want to consult a professional – I would suggest to speak with your hair stylist before deciding to color your hair. Most people generally decide to dye their hair two shades darker or two shades lighter. Usually no more if you’re dealing with just a general color to just cover a grey or just to have something different. A lot if you go past the two shades lighter or darker sometimes it is a big shock and if that’s what you’re looking for feel free to do that but again consult your stylist. Um, a lot of the things that are added or are used with the type of color that you have are developers and they come in the US in about four volumes – ten volume, twenty volume, thirty volume or forty volume. These are mixed with the color to either lift the color to go lighter and deposit another color or to just simply deposit that whole color. There’s a whole bunch of color theory involved with what you would do or how you would do that again that would be left to your stylist. But just take into consideration if you’re just trying to tone your hair down for the winter or if you’re wanting to deal with a darker shade or a lighter shade during the summer. But again, consult your stylist and think about what it is you’re wanting to achieve with the color!


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