Importance of Hair Conditioning Before Coloring Hair

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If you don't precondition your hair before applying hair dye, you can damage and discolor your hair. Learn the benefits of preconditioning hair in this free hair coloring video from a professional hair stylist.

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Video Transcript

You must precondition your hair before doing a color process, especially if your hair has been color treated prior to today's color. The reason being is your hair, your new growth is usually very healthy and your previously colored hair is usually pretty dry so you have to even the porosity of the hair color, of the hair shaft, so the hair colors evenly. If you don't do this process in advance, that's how you end up with two different, two or three different colors of hair and the color doesn't process the way you originally wanted it to. So by preconditioning it and pre-treating it, we're going to clarify shampoo it. We're going to protein condition it and then that sets up the hair prior to hair color. It evens out the hair shaft, evens out the porosity. It puts the hair in a proper condition, ready for hair color. This will ensure that you get good even hair color with your hair so that's the reason why you want to do your pretreatment prior to hair color.


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