Hear this out loudPauseThe general rule is to use one part of hair dye and two parts of developer (or 1:2) while mixing hair color. That means, if you have 2 oz of hair color, you should use 4 oz of a developer.
How do I find the right shade of hair color?
Hear this out loudPausePut simply, the color tones we choose for our hair should be in harmony with those of our skin. Warm skin tones look best against warm hair colors, and cool tones look best in cool hair colors. Sounds simple, right? Well, kind of, once you've figured out the undertones of your skin - and that's where we come in.
Can I mix 2 different hair colors together?
Hear this out loudPauseYou'll have 2 options when it comes to mixing hair colors. Either you mix the semi-permanent hair dyes in a bowl and then apply the custom shade on your hair or you can use multiple shades on different sections of your hair to create an ombre or other such looks.
What two hair colors look good together?
5 hair colour combinations that pair well!
- Black and burgundy. Black hair color has a reputation for being boring and bland.
- Brown and red. This is an apt hair color combination, that lightens your appearance while looking vibrant.
- Brown and golden highlights.
- Dark roots with light ends.
- Black and brown.
What happens if you put too much developer in hair dye?
Hear this out loudPauseWhat Happens If I Put Too Much Developer In The Dye? Your mix will be more wet, & more runny. If it is way too runny, you may end up lightening the hair, but not depositing enough color. It will end up thinner, flatter and last less long.
How do you mix all-nutrient fashionizers?
Yes, simply mix 1 part of the Clear Mixer with 1 part of a Fashionizers™ shade and 2 parts All-Nutrient Developer. Remember, porosity of hair will affect depth of tone. For a lighter pastel, add more Clear/Mixer and less Fashionizers™ shade. Strand test recommended as you would with any color.