7 Things You Should Know Before Dyeing Your Curly Hair
Thinking of dyeing your spirals? Read up before you switch shades
• If you're getting highlights: Your colorist will be more cautious when deciding on the strength of product and take much more time with placement -- highlights make more of an impact on curly hair in terms of movement and enhance structure.
• If you're getting overall color: Your colorist will want to use slightly lighter or warmer color on your ends to add more dimension.
• If you're getting ombré: Your colorist can use bolder pieces and chunks of color than they usually would on straight hair because finer strips of color would get lost in the mass of the curl.
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