Your hands would be stained by the dye and it could take several days for the stains to fade. You could also have a reaction to the chemicals in the dye, though probably not; if your scalp can tolerate it your hands probably could too, since your skin is one large organ.
What brush can I use to dye my hair?
Paintbrush: Unless your hair is quite short, it’s easier to use than a bottle. The ideal brush is one and a half to two inches wide. Bowl: To mix up the dye, and swirl the brush in. Clips: To hold back the rest of your hair as you work the dye through each section.
What kind of bowl can I use for hair dye?
Get a glass or plastic bowl for mixing the dye and developer in. This is where you will combine your hair dye products, and what will keep it all contained. Never use a metal bowl as it can oxidise the dye, which means that your hair color might not change. Metal bowls can also cause hazardous chemical reactions.
Can you mix hair color in a glass bowl?
Just make sure to mix the dyes in a glass or plastic bowl — a metal one will oxidize the dye and cause it to change color.
Should I use conditioner before coloring my hair?
You should always use conditioner before you dye your hair. Products that aim to change your hair’s internal structure so the color molecules can penetrate it.
What oil is good for dyed hair?
Coconut oil can benefit all hair types – especially dry, damaged, and color-treated hair. The chemicals present in hair dye can make your tresses dry and rough, but coconut oil counteracts these effects. It nourishes and hydrates your hair, stimulates hair growth, repairs damage, and won’t fade your color.
How do you make dyed hair soft?
Mix three eggs with a tablespoon of honey and two tablespoons of coconut or olive oil. Liberally apply to your hair and leave for thirty minutes. Wash out thoroughly and let air dry.