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What you need to know about the hair dye trend

What you’ll need to do in order to get your hair dyed: 1.

Get the right dye: You’ll need the right shade of hair dye to make your hair dye look good.

You may want to use the same dye as your skin color, but you can also use one that’s a little lighter or darker than your skin tone.

For instance, if you have dark hair, use a lighter dye that’s slightly darker than what your skin would be like.

2.

How long to wait before your hair color change: While your hair should be fully colored by now, you may need to wait until your hair turns into a little bit of pink and black before it turns into the right color.

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When you’re done with your hair: Once your hair is fully dyed, you can put it into the wash and dryer to be finished.

It may take up to two days for your hair to fully dry.

The color will last for around six weeks, according to the hair color website Dye.com.

If you’re still not completely happy with your color, there’s no harm in trying another dye or two.

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How do I wash my hair?

Washing your hair with a soft cloth will help keep your hair looking its best.

To avoid hair dye from smudging on your clothes, you should apply a few drops of a light, soft shampoo that has a mild detergent like Dove or Tide to your hair.

You can also leave it on for a few minutes to get rid of any smudging.

5.

How to dry your hair?

You can dry your locks by holding your hair dry with a towel and letting it air dry.

You’ll need a towel that’s clean enough to keep your strands clean, but not so clean you’re leaving a residue.

6.

How will my hair look if I dye it again?

Dyes can fade in and out of color if you dye your hair again, but the most common problems are usually with your dye.

If you have some of your hair dark brown, you’ll want to keep it that way until you dye it back to light-colored hair.

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How much dye should I be using?

To help decide how much to use for your new hair color, check out this handy guide to dyeing your hair online.

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What happens if I wash out my hair dye?

Your hair may take longer to dry out than normal, but that’s okay.

The dye will get all the way to the ends of your strands, so if you don’t rinse your hair, you won’t be washing it out completely.

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Can I use other hair dye brands?

The dye you choose is based on your skin.

There are two types of dye available: a natural hair dye and a synthetic hair dye.

You may want more of a lighter color than your usual skin tone, but if you want your hair more of an overall trend, you’re going to want a natural-hair dye.

The synthetic-hair color will leave a little stain on your shirt or jeans, but will last longer than the natural hair color.