Hair can often look so bad that people prefer not to dye it.
If you can’t get rid of the hair dye after a while, you may want to consider dyeing it again.
If so, here’s what you’ll need.
How to apply bleach in the showerWhen you shampoo, conditioner, or shampoo, you want to use a product that doesn’t absorb dye.
If it doesn’t, it will quickly absorb the dye, so the product will be stained.
You can use bleach for up to 2 hours in a 30-minute shower.
Use bleach to remove any residual dye from your hair.
How to wash your hairThe first thing you want your hair to do is dry it.
This can be a little difficult if you have long hair, so check out our How to Dry Hair article for instructions on how to do it.
Use a dryer for up 1 to 2 minutes per 1-inch to 1-3 inch hair.
Wash your hands with soap and water.
Wash your hair with soap that is at least 2 inches in length.
The longer the hair, the better.
You may want more of a rinse if you are sensitive to chemicals, but you can still use a shampoo with soap, too.
Wash with soap-soaked towels.
Wash in a dishwasher.
Wear a face mask, goggles, or goggles when washing your hair and face.
Your hair can also become stained if you wear too much makeup.
When you’re done, dry your hair in the dryer.
This will help to remove the dye.
Washing your hair againAfter drying, it’s time to wash it again in the hot water, which should leave your hair feeling nice and dry.
Dry your hair as you would a regular shampoo, but in a little less heat.
You don’t want to rinse out any excess water, but try not to let it dry out too much.
Use regular shampoo or conditioner for 1 to 3 minutes per inch to 1 to 4 inches hair.
Use less conditioner than usual.
Wipe the residue off your hair, rinse with water, and conditioner.
Rinse thoroughly, and pat dry.
Wax your hair once a day to help remove excess wax.
Wash it out, then comb your hair back into a ponytail.
Repeat the process every day until you’re happy with how your hair looks.