Why does unusual hair dye colourings ie red, wash out a lot quicker than any other 'normal' hair colouring?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Red hair dye, by it's very nature is transitory and fades drastically in a very short time. There is very little, if anything you can do to keep red dye vibrant and fade free.
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- 1 decade ago
dying hair is a science. they have perfected some colours, like black and blonde and brown . they have figured out how to make certain colours bond well with the hair.
Red also FADES. anything red, like couches or clothes will fade a lot, so does red hair... if you want to keep it longer there is a shampoo and conditoner called redkin that has some red dye in it so everytime you wash it it will boost your colour a little to help preventing it from fading.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Red color molecules are a different size than those of brown and blond color. The don't adhear to hair the same way. When you color red, you need to protect it with "colored hair" shampoo. Some really great ones are the Red lines from John Frieda and Pantene Pro-V.
- Anonymous4 years ago
enable me be truthful. Your an Asian any colour as well yours will look pretend. in case you rather opt for to do some thing that isn't look trashy i'd propose merely including highlights. perchance pink and gold highlights or perchance merely colour the bangs. no count what you do it is going to stick out.