Touch up your roots and only your roots. "I've seen so many clients who come in because they touched up their roots but accidentally dyed their ends, too," says Ionato. "The ends of your hair are more porous, so they suck up color very quickly." So quickly, in fact, that the runoff from rinsing out your roots can stain them. To avoid this, apply conditioner to your ends right before you rinse out the color at the top of your head. Or you could try this quick tip: Mix about one teaspoon of cornstarch into the dye to prevent it from dripping down through the rest of your hair.
Color Bleed Hair : You can have fun with your hair and look work_appropriate, as this style demonstrates. The key? Pay attention to styling. That means skipping the grunge_y, uncombed look popularized in the ྖs. This type of shade looks great blown out, in pretty curls, and pulled back into braids, making it super versatile. Amethyst Roots Hair : If you're looking to have some fun, and you're already platinum blonde, amethyst roots are something to consider. Besides, we all know how tough that root grow_out can be, even if it is trendy right now. Incorporating some color at the root extends time between touch ups which is ultimately much healthier for your hair.