At Pure Naturelle, we manufacture and sell natural hair dye in Toronto. Our range of hair colors includes black, mahogany, dark brown, brown, blonde, and burgundy. We are one of the few organic hair color sellers in the country.
Is coloring hair harmful?
When you dye your hair, the hair color comes in contact with two major parts of your hair, the follicle, and the hair shaft. A substance called melanin is produced by the cells in your hair follicles, which is responsible for giving your hair its natural color.
When you dye your hair with artificial color, the chemicals in the hair dye can remove the natural pigment from your hair follicle to add the new color. Furthermore, most artificial hair dyes contain ammonia and hydrogen peroxide that can cause irreversible damage to your hair follicle, shaft, and strands. Some people also suffer from redness, itching, inflammation, etc. from using hair dyes. Make sure to buy a suitable quality hair dye made from plant-based ingredients to avoid potential hair damage. Our complete range of natural hair dye in Toronto is 100% chemical-free.
Tips for salon-like hair coloring
First off, when you decide to dye your hair, make sure not to make any drastic color changes. Choose to color your hair in a color that is closer to your natural hair color. Do not wash your hair for at least 48 hours before you color your hair. This ensures better penetration of the color to the follicle and strands. If you are dying your hair in a color that is lighter than your natural hair color, use a hair styling tool that uses heat as a blow dryer. This will help with deeper penetration of the dye and yield better results.
Refrain from combining two different shades of hair color. Instead, stick to one color and follow the instructions on the box precisely. A rule of thumb is to start applying the dye to your hair from the roots as they require more processing time and then gradually progress through the rest of your hair. Section your hair into four or six sections, so that you do not miss out on any areas.
Ways to remove hair dye at home
Mix equal parts of dandruff shampoo and baking soda in a container and work up the concoction on your hair strands. Let the mixture sit on your hair for at least 10 minutes before you wash it off. For removing darker shades of hair color, repeat the same once a day until you completely wash off all the dye from your hair.
Another method to remove hair dye is to crush vitamin C tablets and mix it with hot water to make a paste, this helps remove darker shades of hair color. This is also a safer color removal technique that protects your hair from damage.
Visit the Pure Naturelle website for more information on our range of natural hair dye in Toronto. We use herbal and organic ingredients to produce our hair color pigments that offer long-lasting results.