Usually, hair dye consists of two parts – a creamy programmer and a color pack. The programmer combines the pigments in the color package and makes the hair color permanent. The developer is available in permanent and translucent options and can be mixed with bleaches to lighten hair. The permanent programmer is often described as a particular volume, usually between 20 and 60. The higher the volume, the brighter the results. If you still want to lighten your hair color, you can mix the color pack with a combination of bleach and 20 Developer Cream Volume.
Color your hair to the red.
Pour in a teaspoon of sweetener, a teaspoon of sweetener and a teaspoon of red wool in a non-metallic bowl. Use a plastic bowl that does not bother you, because the color will probably stain.
Cut a small hair lock and place it in a plastic wrap. Mix the dye with a hair dye and apply it to the strand. Wait 15 to 30 minutes to check the color of the hair dye. When the leg gets the right red, continue. If the shell turns orange or you do not like the color, do not continue dyeing your hair. Instead, bleach your hair with bleach and 20 volumes and dye your hair red later.
Pour the whitewash into 20 non-metallic bowls. Read the instructions on the back of the bottle to determine how much bleach you should use. You usually want to use 2 to 3 tablespoons. However, if you have very long hair, you can use 3 to 4 tablespoons of bleach. If you use too much or too little bleach, the hair dye can be very thick or thin and you will find it difficult to comb through your hair.
Pour the cream spreader into the non-metallic container containing the bleach. Refer to the instructions on the back of the cream developer bottle to determine how much cream to add. Generally, you want to use 2 to 3 tablespoons of cream. However, if you have very long hair, you can use 3 to 4 tablespoons.
Open the hair dye box. Open the bottle or wrap in the red hair and place it in the non-metallic bowl. If your hair dye is provided by a developer, prepare it for later use. You don't need an extra developer because you have already mixed 20 volumes of developer with bleach.
Mix the hair dye with a non-metallic mixer, such as a wooden spoon or hairbrush.
Apply petroleum jelly or lotion to your ears and hairline. This protects your skin from bleaches and hair dyes.
Apply the hair dye to the hair, starting at the ends. Dip the Hair Color Brush into the bowl and brush it against the ends of the hair. If you do not have a brush, apply latex or plastic gloves and apply the paint with your fingers. Comb the dye through your hair until it is evenly distributed. Do not apply dye to the roots as the hair roots will stain faster than the ends of the hair.
Leave the hair on your hair for 15 to 30 minutes, then apply on the roots. Leave the hair dye on your hair for another 5 to 10 minutes and then wash the hair off with warm water. Do not use shampoo as this can wash away hair color.