I found this method of braiding your hair and then dying the braids. Seemed like a fun idea and a much easier way to dye long hair (which you can see, I have).
*I'm wearing glasses just because I always feel awkward taking pictures of myself. That's also why I usually don't smile in these pictures. And I look cool.
** Thanks to my husband for helping me with dying my hair and photographing it at 1 in the morning.
Step 1: What You Need
- Hair Dye of choice (since directions will vary, go with your directions over what I say to do) *My Hair Dye
- Rubber Gloves (Dye kits come with these, but it is nice to have extra)
- Little Hair Binders
- Dying Towel (as you can see mine has seen multiple dyes)
- Wash Cloth
- Vaseline (not pictured)
*A little about the dye I used.
This is a dye I have used before, so I know I will not have an allergic reaction to it. This dye is one that will show up on dark hair which is why I like it. In the end results you can see it is brighter on top of my head. I believe that is because back in January I dyed all of my hair a bright red and I think the dye stuck the best to new hair that had grown out since then.