First, comb your hair to make them silky and soft, then use a wide comb to separate your hair into different sections. Clip your hair to hold the sections apart. Separating the hair into these sections will ensure that you don't miss a patch of hair.
Second, dye your hair in each sections. Break each section of your hair into smaller subsections when you work, this will make your dye job more easier. Use an applicator bottle and a brush to dispense the dye onto your hair. Use your gloved fingers to work the dye into your hair.
For virgin hair, it means your first time dyeing it, start applying dye about 1 inch from your roots.
For touch-ups, start applying dye about 3 inch from your roots.
Work the dye into your hair well so that you do more than simply color the top layer of your hair.
Third, set a time when you should wash your hair. How long you need to leave the dye in your hair, it always shows in instructions box, following the rules is the right thing. Do not rinse the dye out before the minimum time or leave the dye in past the maximum time. If you have a lot of gray hair, it’s best to leave the dye in for the maximum amount of time.
Never leave hair dye in overnight. Leaving it in overnight will dry out your hair and it may cause severe skin irritation as well.
There are 3 principals when you dyeing your hair, easy task right? Change your color from now!