black hair with blue underneath

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Black Hair With Blue Underneath


Black Hair With Blue Underneath




Black Hair With Blue Underneath

If you want to add more style and charm and get a sophisticated look for your black hair, you are in the right place. Here are 50 latest highlighted ideas for black hair below. You will find there are plenty of color options for highlighting black hair in this post. For example, you can choose some bright shades like red, purple, blue, pink and teal to make a big contrast with your nature hair color. Or you can also make a full use of the different hues of one color that are just darker or brighter than your natural hair color. Browse through these stylish hair highlights ideas and make your black hair glamorous with them.
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Black Hair With Blue Underneath

Prepare the plastic wrap – you’ll need it when you finish applying the dye. Smear Vaseline (petroleum jelly) around the edges of your hairline, and all over your ears, taking care not to get any in your hair. Skin will be dyed along with hair! Wear plastic gloves to protect your hands. Mix the colors together thoroughly in the plastic bowl with the application brush. You may find it useful to section your hair with small butterfly clips, so you can apply the dye evenly. Evenly ‘paint’ the dye onto sections of the hair with the applicator brush, starting from the roots at the nape of the neck, moving slowly to cover the whole hair.Tip: I found that an application pattern starting at the nape of the neck and roots of the hair, moving to the top of the head/face and then to the ends of the hair strands minimizes mess, and has the best chance of even application. When your hair is thoroughly coated, massage the ‘paint’ thoroughly through the hair. It ensures that there is an even coat, from the scalp to the ends. Pile your hair on top of your head, trying to make it as solid and non-slipping as possible. Remove your gloves, and wrap long pieces of the plastic wrap around your hair, until it is solid and covered. Clean the dye from your skin (especially around your ears) using soap and water, and the old face cloth. Don’t forget your neck and shoulders, and your hands/arms above the gloves.Also clean any dye splatters that have touched porcelain immediately – they can stain very quickly! Put the plastic shower cap on – it helps keep the plastic wrap in place. Clean everything thoroughly. Dispose of paint tubes and plastic gloves securely.
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Black Hair With Blue Underneath

Die the lower portion of your hair black. Dying the hair on the back of your head might be more difficult than dying the front portion, so consider enlisting the help of a friend. You can purchase the dye (semi-permanent or permanent) at a beauty supply store or big-box store. Use a pic or fine-toothed comb to part your hair along exactly the same line you used to bleach it. Tie up the bleached portion securely on the top of your head, and cover with a plastic shower cap. Make sure the edge of the cap hits the part you combed out between the sections. Start applying the black dye. Start at the root of the hair, and be extremely careful that you don’t hit the bleached portion at all. Have a friend help you with this part. Wash out the dye. Keep the shower cap on the blonde portion of your hair as you rinse out the black dye. Wash it in ice cold water if you can – the dye will last longer.
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Black Hair With Blue Underneath

Step 1 – BleachingBleaching allows the hair color to deeply penetrate the hair shaft. Without bleaching, the hair shaft will only allow in a small amount of color, which is easily washed away. I recommend that you bleach your hair, even when you are re-coloring. It allows for an even and deep color penetration. I used a 6% creme peroxide developer (20 Volume) with powder bleach, mixed to the instructions on the back of the tubs. I have light brown/dark blonde hair, and with this solution, my hair did not go white (a golden yellow blonde – not the nicest of colors). But it did allow for an even dark blue color to cover my hair.
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Black Hair With Blue Underneath

Bleaching allows the hair color to deeply penetrate the hair shaft. Without bleaching, the hair shaft will only allow in a small amount of color, which is easily washed away. I recommend that you bleach your hair, even when you are re-coloring. It allows for an even and deep color penetration. I used a 6% creme peroxide developer (20 Volume) with powder bleach, mixed to the instructions on the back of the tubs. I have light brown/dark blonde hair, and with this solution, my hair did not go white (a golden yellow blonde – not the nicest of colors). But it did allow for an even dark blue color to cover my hair.
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Black Hair With Blue Underneath

I went a dark blue but it gets lighter every time I wash my hair, lol. The top where my bangs are seem to wash out the most for some reason. I have black hair, so I had to bleach my hair 4 times to get it dark blond. What a pain in the behind! Also, Tilex and a scrub brush helps get rid of the smurf murder evidence (blue stains). Also, I read the comments: Did you say you are going to school in Japan? If so, that’s awesome.
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Bleach the upper part of your hair blonde. Depending on the natural or dyed color of your current hair, this could take up to three processes. Because bleach is so harsh, let your hair go unwashed a day longer than you usually would – the excess oil will stop the bleach from damaging your hair as much. Purchase a bleach kit at your local beauty supply store. The higher the number on the package, the stronger the stuff. 20 volume is good for dark blondes and light to medium brunettes, while anyone with darker hair would probably be better off with a 40 volume developer. Use a fine-tooth comb or pic to part your hair. Run a clean line from one ear to the other, wherever it is that you want the blonde to stop. Tie the lower portion in a ponytail so it’s out of the way. Apply the bleach. Wear gloves to protect your hands, and use a hair coloring brush to apply the dye. Set a timer. Because you could destroy your hair if you leave the bleach in too long, set a timer for exactly as long as the instructions in the bleach kit indicate. Wash out the dye in the shower, using water that’s as cold as you can stand. Avoiding warm water will keep your blonde from turning brassy.
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Brainy – Purple fire! Beautiful! I’m also natural now, and missing my blue – blue hair at schools in Japan does not fly. Fudge and one other brand (not MP) were the only two to choose from, and only from very select stores when I first went blue. How well do the MP dyes cover hair without bleaching first?
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Put the old towels on the floor of the bathroom, and wear your old clothes. Open a window and turn the exhaust fan on, if you have one. Bleaching produces a lot of fumes. Protect your hands with plastic gloves. Carefully mix the recommended amount of powder bleach for hair and creme peroxide for hair together in the bowl with the applicator brush. Mix until it becomes a smooth, thick paste. Apply the paste gradually and evenly with the applicator brush, starting from the roots of your hair, at your scalp. Note: If you apply the paste to the ends first, they will knot together, and you will be unable to reach the hair roots! When finished, pile long hair on top of scalp. Don’t let it sit on your neck/shoulders! Leave the bleach paste on for the recommended time – specified in the instructions for the bleach powder/creme peroxide. You may experience some burning and itching at the scalp. If it becomes painful, wash the bleach out immediately. While waiting for the bleach to lighten, clean everything thoroughly. Keep wearing the plastic gloves, and follow the instructions for rinsing the bleach out. I find it easier to thoroughly rinse my hair in the shower, rather than bending over a laundry sink.
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After careFor the first week, it is a good idea to sleep on pillow covers or a towel that you don’t mind dying blue/purple. Color will come from your scalp and hair while you sleep. Paint your nails a dark color – scratching your head will result in dark blue/purple nails! Use old towels when drying your hair after washing for the first few weeks, or until the color stops noticeably dying the towels.
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For the first week, it is a good idea to sleep on pillow covers or a towel that you don’t mind dying blue/purple. Color will come from your scalp and hair while you sleep. Paint your nails a dark color – scratching your head will result in dark blue/purple nails! Use old towels when drying your hair after washing for the first few weeks, or until the color stops noticeably dying the towels.

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