Although all hair colors look beautiful, burgundy is one of the most versatile and elegant choices. It can be eccentric, yet it is also incredibly sensuous and feminine. This tone is ideal for women who want to try it because of the enigmatic tint of wine red and purple. If you want to feel like Cheryl Cole or Rihanna and give your curls a modern twist, do it with burgundy hair.
The nicest part about burgundy is how many different shades there are. It gels with your natural curls to give you vibrant colors, whether you’re a blond or a brunette. Fortunately, regardless of your natural hair color, dyeing your hair burgundy is quite simple.
There are five different ways to color your hair burgundy, depending on your original hair color and coloring technique. Continue reading to learn more!
1) Burgundy for Blondes
If you have dark blonde hair, you can go straight and dye it burgundy with a home color kit. If your natural hair color is on the lighter side of the blonde range, putting burgundy straight into your hair will most likely turn it purple. There are certain hair tinting services that provide burgundy results for blonde hair, but if you can’t find these, there are alternative possibilities. Choose a pure red foundation or a basic brown depending on the shade of burgundy you want.
2) Burgundy for Dark Brunette
When you have dark hair, it’s challenging to go burgundy since the color is impossible to pick up. If it does, your hair may seem brown rather than burgundy. When transitioning from dark to burgundy hair, bleaching it to a brown or red tone first is an excellent option. But, you should always be advised that bleach can be harmful to your hair. Put on your gloves and use your application brush to combine one part bleach with two parts developer until it reaches an equal consistency. For the bleach to function correctly, your hair must not have been washed in two days. Apply it to your hair and let it sit for 10–15 minutes, or until it has lightened to a brown color. It may take even longer if you use henna on your hair frequently. Let your hair dry after washing it with bleach. It is a good idea to condition your hair before coloring it. Use the burgundy box color to dry hair according to the directions on the box. Let it sit for the required period of time. Rinse it off, then apply shampoo and conditioner.
3) Burgundy For Light Brunette
If you have brown hair naturally, you have the ideal hair color for becoming burgundy. It will be as simple as adding color to your hair.
4) Burgundy Hair with Henna
Henna may be used to naturally color your hair burgundy without the addition of any chemicals. To get burgundy, all you need is henna powder, water, and lemon juice if you have light brown hair. If you’re blessed with darker hair, you are additionally going to want beetroot. Take 1 cup of water, 1 quart of lemon juice. The paste is made from a single beetroot. Prepare all of the ingredients. If you have dry hair or want a darker color, you need much less lemon juice as well as more water. Stir until the mixture resembles a smooth paste. Apply the henna to your hair with a brush or your fingers while wearing gloves. Allow 1 hour for the henna to dry. Rinse with shampoo and conditioner.
5). Burgundy Hair without Bleaching
If you have naturally dark hair and are unwilling to bleach it, there are alternate solutions for attaining burgundy hair. Employing colorful demi-permanent colors, such as those available from Manic Panic, will produce a greater effect than the box dyes shown on supermarket shelves. They are temporary hair dyes that will ultimately wash out, yet they’re additionally less damaging than lifelong hair dyes. But, the results will be more modest than for those with dark hair. Take a hair color that is purple or reddish-purple. Put on your gloves and begin applying the color to your hair with the applying brush. Cover your hair with a heat cap until it is completely wet. If you have no access to a heating cap, use an ordinary shower cap to dry your hair. The heat will soften your cuticles, which will enhance color absorption. Let the dye sit for the full period of time indicated. Rinse the color out of your hair and use color-protecting shampoo and conditioner to finish. You can also use conditioner on aluminum foil. Squeeze a little quantity of conditioner into your fingers and apply it over your brow, neck, and behind your ears. This is to keep your hair from becoming stained while you are dying it. Pour 2.4 ounces of 40-volume L’Oreal Crème into the mixing bowl. Fill the solution with one bottle of L’Oreal HiColor HiLights. Stir the solution thoroughly with the brush until it is smooth and thick. Put the brush into the liquid and freely apply it to your hair, paying special attention to the roots. If you have really long hair, you may use two bottles of L’Oreal HiColor HiLights for one. Wrap the plastic wrap over your head when you’ve finished applying it. Cover your head with a plastic bag and tie it over your head to retain its shape. Let it alone for around 35 to 45 minutes. It should be washed properly.
These simple methods help you dye burgundy hair at home.
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