- The Adore semi-permanent hair color doesn’t include instructions. Anyway, it’s easy to apply. Your hair has to be bleached beforehand. I’ll tell you the instructions to apply the hair dye.
- One of the advantages of Adore is that it’s a semi-permanent hair color. IT’S APPLIED WITHOUT A DEVELOPER. That’s great news for your hair.
- And the better news is that Adore hair color works in a short time on your hair. You only need to leave it on for 10 to 20 minutes. The longer you leave it in your hair, the more intense the resulting color will be.
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Suddenly, the colors of the rainbow came down to earth and took over semi-permanent hair dyes.
You want to wear one of those carefree, rebellious, cheerful colors.
One of the semi-permanent hair dyes gaining more and more followers every day is the Adore line.
And there are several reasons for this.
- It is applied without peroxide or a developer.
That’s very important for your hair because the developer is a chemical that can dry out your hair fiber.
It can dry your hair, especially if you want a pastel color on your hair. Your hair has to be bleached for those colors. You know that bleaching is a chemical process that dehydrates your hair and makes it fragile.
So, applying a hair dye without a developer means you won’t expose your bleached hair to more chemicals.
- The second reason why Adore hair dye is one of the most popular choices is that it offers 35 fantasy colors.
Yes. I think the rainbow colors from all over the galaxy inspired them.
- Finally, the third reason is that Adore hair dye is easy to use. I’ll tell you about that next.
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How easy is it to apply Adore hair color? Does it need a developer?
More than easy, it’s a breeze.
All you need is your preferred hair dye.
You don’t need developer or any other ingredients. You don’t need to mix or measure proportions.
Why don’t you need to use a developer with the Adore hair dye?
Because it is a semi-permanent hair dye.
Hair dyes that are applied with a developer are permanent ones. They penetrate the hair fiber and alter its color. Instead, Adore hair dye creates a film of pigment on your hair fiber, adheres to it, and changes its color.
Therefore, the pigments in the Adore hair dye will fade with washes until there’s no trace of the color left in your hair.
That’s why Adore hair dye doesn’t damage the hair, and you can change the shade as often as you like. Remember that the lighter fantasy colors require a light color base. You’ll reach it after several bleaching sessions.
Do you want to apply a pastel or very light shade of Adore hair color?
I advise you to bleach your hair at a salon. A professional colorist will plan the bleaching sessions you need to achieve the base color without drying or burning your hair.
Do you already have the base color you need to apply the Adore hair color?
Then let’s go step by step.
Instructions for applying Adore hair color
Make sure that the color you chose can be applied over your base color.
- If you have a very light base, you can choose any shade.
- If you have a dark, medium, or light base, you should bleach your hair before you start.
What do you need to apply the hair color?
- Adore hair dye
- Plastic shower cap
- Hair dye brush
Step by step:
- Your hair must be wet to apply Adore hair dye.
- Separate your hair into 4 sections from forehead to nape and from ear to ear, holding each section with hair clips.
- Release one of the sections and apply the Adore hair color from root to tip with a hair color brush. Make sure to cover all the hair.
- Repeat on each section. Then, cover it with a shower cap or nylon bag.
How long to leave the Adore hair dye on
It’s time to wait. The pigments must be deposited correctly on the hair. Adore hair dye working time are curious. Do you want to know why?
The hair dye into different shades of the same color according to how long you let it work. So:
- If you want the shade pictured on the Adore packaging, leave it on for 10 minutes.
- If you want a more intense color, leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes.
But never leave it on for more than 20 minutes. If you do, you won’t really achieve any color change.
Instead, you’ll saturate your hair fiber with pigments. Do you know what that means?
Your hair fiber has a limited capacity to absorb pigments. Even if you leave the Adore hair dye on for more than twenty minutes, most of the pigments won’t adhere to the hair fiber.
So you’ll lose color when you wash your hair. Although you always lose some color when you wash your hair, you’ll lose twice as much if you leave the Adore hair dye on for more than twenty minutes.
After the exposure time, rinse your hair with water that is as cold as you can stand. If you want, you can use a sulfate-free shampoo to remove any remaining hair dye from your scalp.
How to take care of your hair the first few days after applying Adore hair dye
Your beauty routine will determine how long your Adore hair dye lasts. Remember that it’s a semi-permanent hair color.
So, it gradually fades. If you don’t take care of it, you’ll have to renew it in a few days.
So, pay attention to these tips:
- Don’t wash your hair immediately after applying the Adore hair color. You should wait for at least 72 hours for the pigments to settle.
- Use a sulfate-free shampoo to protect the color pigments.
- Wash your hair a maximum of three times a week and use cold water, at least for the final rinse, to seal the cuticles. That way, the color pigments don’t escape.
- Don’t expose your hair to the sun. If you do, always use hair sunscreen, hats, or scarves.
- Don’t overuse heat tools. Apply a heat protectant to protect the hair color and moisturize your hair.
- Use a color depositing shampoo to provide pigmentation with each wash, making the Adore hair color pigments last for months.
Adore hair color is easy to apply, it doesn’t need developer, and it can turn intense shades depending on how long you leave it on.
You should never leave it on for more than 20 minutes to avoid losing most of the pigments in the first few washes.