The abundance of modern hair coloring products constantly provokes experiments. So often you want to try something new, radically change your image, find new facets of your beauty. Unfortunately, such experiments do not always end well. Due to the numerous and frequent staining, the hair may acquire a completely different color than planned. And it is especially unpleasant when the paint lays down unevenly, highlighting either the roots or the ends of the hair in brighter shades.
There are several ways to even out hair color. The choice of method here depends on the specific situation and the initial condition of the hair. It also matters what result you want to achieve in the end: return your natural color, give your hair a uniform shade or achieve some completely specific tone.
Very often, uneven hair color is obtained with repeated re-dyeing, when new layers of paint are applied to the previous ones that have not yet come off. As a result, the hair roots can differ significantly in flowers from the ends, and individual strands with ugly feathers can be knocked out of the general picture. There are two ways to solve this problem.
If, as a result of unsuccessful bleaching, one part of the hair has lightened more than the other, you can re-lighten the hair to a full white state, that is, remove the natural pigment, and then dye it in any desired color. In this case, the new paint will lay evenly and neatly along the entire length of the hair.
If you do not want to torment your hair with repeated bleaching, uneven coloring can be masked by toning with a darker shade. In this case, the masking paint must be selected in accordance with the darkest areas of your hair. After dyeing, the entire hairstyle will look solid.
Often, the problem with unevenly colored hair occurs when regrowing previously bleached hair. Growing dark roots look very unpleasant and sloppy in contrast to the bleached tips. In this situation, you need to use a paint that is most suitable in tone to the color of your natural hair. It is important to remember that the discolored ends are painted over first, and after 15 minutes the paint is applied to the roots and evenly distributed over the entire length of the hair. This technique allows you to get beautiful, evenly colored hair that looks absolutely natural.