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In this tutorial I am going to demonstrate demi-permanent dye application the process that I will demonstrate is also okay for semi-permanent and first-time permanent application but please note this method is not to be used for permanent dye root touch-up there are four things you need to consider before deciding to alter the color of your hair number one porosity how your hair absorbs and holds moisture will determine how color deposits in your hair if you have low porosity it can be more difficult to process dye because the hair chef is not as receptive to foreign chemicals this means if you are using a box kit you may not get the color results as you see it on that packaging if you have high porosity you have to be careful not to over process your hair as chemicals can process almost twice as fast number two texture coarse strands generally take more time to absorb color than fine strands this means that processing times may vary from instructions given in kits how much you ask well as always it depends number three your natural hair color there are levels to this if you have level one or two black or very dark brown hair you will not make it to those light blondes and bright reds without the use of permanent dye high level developer and in some cases bleaching agents and number four damage depending on the type of dye and how many levels you have to climb up the color chart and how your dyes processed you may experience differences in curl pattern elasticity and overall manageability this will vary from person to person a good barometer is to think about your hairs history if you are prone to excessive shedding dryness and breakage without color expect those issues to get worse with it there are two ways to alter hair color temporary with ammonia free semi or Demi permanent dye or henna and then permanent dye which is an ammonia based process when it comes to choosing a haircolor system there are several brands out there that make awesome Demi and semi-permanent dyes some of my favorites are the creative image adore system the matrix color sync system and the Wella Color charm system as always a consultation with the stylist can help you determine the best system and color for your hair for a little over a year now I have been using ions demi-permanent white Burnaby blonde with low level 10 developer I chose this dye because it lasts longer than a semi-permanent but it will eventually wash out over lots of time if I stop touching it up so I'm not stuck with it these colors are ammonia free and they use low-level developer which means they will not lift or lighten or remove your natural hair color but it will just slightly open the cuticle allowing color to deposit on top of my natural pigment I will also be using two mixing bowls and a pair of vinyl gloves a wide hair tinting brush ions color defense after color sealer proclaimed petroleum jelly Trader Joe's nourished by shampoo and conditioner my Conair hooded dryer and a few butterfly...