Whether you have been dyeing your tresses for years or had one bad mishap, sometimes you just want to go back to your natural hue. There are a few options to make the transition easier.
- Step 1: Switch up your style to take emphasis off the color. Before you know it, you'll be back to your natural color.
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- TIP: Go to a professional for a permanent dye. If you try it yourself, you may end up with an even bigger problem on your hands.
- Step 2: Get a permanent treatment with a professional if your natural hair color is drastically different from your current color or if your hair has too much length to just wait it out.
- Step 3: If you died your hair blond, use a semi-permanent color that is close to your natural color. Semi-permanents last 6 to 8 washes and are a safer way to color the hair while you wait for the dye job to grow out.
- Step 4: Get frequent trims to slowly chip away at the colored portion. This usually works best for people with short hair or a color that is relatively close to the natural color.