Dying Natural Hair WITHOUT BLEACH

Breanna Rutter


Hello everyone this is Breanna Rutter author one of my most popular books the natural hair Bible and founder of for these videos I love to answer questions that you all send me via email so if you have any questions you would like for me to answer check out the description box below for more information this video is because of email I received from faith emailed me asking whether or not if coloring your hair will be damaged how to prevent damage so I am going to give you some tips and things to help you keep in mind when you are going about doing this with your hair so my very first tip that I always suggest when using any chemical treatments is that you consult with a licensed cosmetologist make sure that your consulting with someone who specializes in color because they're going to give you the best advice and also the best services to fit your specific hair situation so above everything when it comes to chemical relaxers or chemical treatments or color processes I highly suggest that you seek a licensed professional to assisting now my second tip is that you can do some things on your on as far as dying your hair if you are using a safer alternatives such as indigo dyes or henna dyes henna is a great way to add that reddish type of copperish tint to your hair and also indigo gives you more of a bluish tint to your hair these are plant-based dyes that deposit on the outside of your hair shaft it is not penetrating inside of your hair and causing any damage this will not give you a brighter hair color so if you want a bright blue or a bright red you have to bleach your hair to achieve that process especially if you have dark-colored hair now my last tip that you can do is play around with some temporary color such as rinsing, rinsing on your hair with temporary rinses are also using spray color that you can buy in a can of spray so you can visit your local beauty supply store you can look around online for some temporary dyes because they do the same thing as the plant dyes they deposit on the outside of your hair shaft without penetrating and causing any damage so my best suggestion is that if you want to go for brighter colors or you want to lighten your hair to a higher shade you have to bleach it in order to do that process and I only suggest that you do that with someone whose licensed now if you are going to be just playing around with color for a temporary season or temporary reason to use temporary rinses and colors and dyes and things like that you can also opt using hair chalk to put onto your hair so does all my options I have for you and most of them do not cause any damage to your hair whatsoever the only thing that could possibly cause damage is if you're going to be bleaching to achieve a desired color so thanks faith for your email and I want to thank all of you for watching these videos and before any of you go make sure to sign up for my email list if you want to be entered for giveaways that I do and also only their update while with exclusive content so until then I'll see you on my very next video

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