I’ve been dyes my hair myself at home for a long time. For the last 10 years, I have experienced mixing hair dyes and getting different hair colors.
In this content, I will tell you how you can get different and beautiful hair colors by mixing the hair dye numbers of the same brand hair dye brands.
Later, I will describe an application for mixing hair dyes of different hair dye brands.
Thus, with hair dye mixtures, you will be able to get the hair color you want yourself.
In this content, I will try to convey the formulas of hair dye mixtures for almost every color in yellow, auburn, red, copper, caramel, platinum, brown and tones. There are some tricks and things to be careful about when making hair dye mixtures. I will convey all of them.
Why Mix Hair Dyes?
By mixing the tone of hair dye colors at home, you can achieve the desired depth and sparkling color transitions. First of all, you get a more personalized look by mixing hair colors. Mixing colors gives you different hues in your hair.
Will mixing hair dyes damage your hair?
If the ingredients in the hair dye are similar and products of the same brand, you will not have any problems.
Since hair dyes offer tones of many colors, it can be quite easy to achieve the desired result in dyeing processes. At this point, the important thing is to decide well which colors to use together. Otherwise, the result can be a huge disappointment.
Things to Consider When Mixing Hair Dyes
1- Avoid contrasting colors as a hair dye tone.
2- To achieve successful results, you should choose tones that complement each other.
3- You should avoid using black and blond colors. Because they are both very dominant colors that don’t mix well.
4- When mixing hair color tones, you should pour them into a clean bowl and make sure they mix well before applying to the hair. You can return the mixed color to the Activator bottle or apply the hair color directly from the bowl with a tint brush.
5- To see what the result will be when you mix hair dye colors, first dye a lock of your hair and try to avoid disappointments.