Beard Dye Guide : How To Colour Beard Naturally

BEARD DYE: Beard maintenance can be a challenge for most people because you never know what to expect until when the beard finally formed shape. Many times your facial hair grows thicker in some places, in various lengths, and often in a variety of colors. The hair on bescrard are generally lighter in color than the hair on your head, and this rough mix of colors can look much older than they are.

Temporary Beard Coloring

How do they work?

  • Wash and comb your beard.
  • Use the attached brush applicator to apply color on your beard until you get the desired look you want.
  • When the coloring dries up, then you are good to go for the day.
  • Wash out the dye in the night and apply it again the next day.
  • If you leave the dye without washing it off at night, this will probably stain your pillow and bed sheets.

Of course, the disadvantage of these products is that they washed out easily and then you must apply every morning to make it more effective. Also, you must be careful by not getting your beard wet and color wash off.

Benefits Of The Temporary Coloring

  • Do not make a permanent commitment.
  • You can use it for special occasions.
  • Temporary color allows you to try different colors.
  • Temporary colors can help purify the roots between the works of permanent color.

Permanent Beard Dyes

While permanent does not mean that your hair dye will be like that forever, most people can expect to go a week or two between color jobs, and sometimes more if his beard is longer or does not grow too fast.

Some Of The Best Permanent Hair Dyes For Men are:

RefectoCil:

better for sensitive skin, RefectoCil used by most professional stylists for beard and eyebrows, although the instructions in the package are not always containing facial hair for men. RefectoCil comes in many colors. For intense color and light beard, use RefectoCil Blue Brown, who bleaches to remove the color.

Just For Men:

Although not as durable as RefectoCil, Just for men is easy to apply this gel dye that is available in many drugstores or supermarkets. Some people claim to have sensitivity to the ingredients in making this dye, but this dye remains one of the most popular and offers many color choices.

Henna Beard Dye:

if your sensitivity tests show that you can not use artificial colors, you might want to try one of the products based on henna. Henna is difficult and time consuming to use, especially at the beginning, but people who use henna swear by it and claim that it lasts longer than other colors dye. Also, since it is less intense, black henna can be the best color for African American beard. Keep in mind that this requires a much longer commitment. You should mix the color and leave it for an hour or two, or in some colors, even at night, and not just a few minutes.

Choosing a Beard Dye Color

So how do you choose the color for the “natural” look?

There are two ways to do this:

Go Lighter:

If your first instinct is to try to match your beard color, beware. Often our natural hairs come in many different colors. It can be easy to choose a color that is too dark when placed around the beard. Most of the time, professional stylists suggest choosing a color that are few shades lighter than your beard. However, choosing a lighter color may mean that you will have to make an application before obtaining the gray cover.

Go Darker:

If you’re a gambling man, you can try a darker shade and cover your Paris, leaving the dye for a shorter period. The advantage of this method is that you should be able to color the gray to match the rest of the best beard and the process can be easier to maintain and last longer. Just be careful to test the color every few minutes during the dying process.

How to Dye Your Beard

Collect all the materials you will need:

  • Beard Dye (make sure you have oxidant if the product is required).
  • Rubber gloves (to protect your hand from the dye).
  • The applicator (toothbrush, brush like mascara, comb or beard brush).
  • Paper towels or cloth towels that do not mind being stained.
  • Petroleum jelly or mineral oil to protect the color.
  • Stain, if the product needs to be (or try to house 50% bleach and 50% water, but first try the sensitivity of the skin).

Beard Dying Procedure

Prepare the dye coloring:

Depending on the color used, it may be necessary to remove the cap you are putting on, or you will have to mix color with water or oxidant. Follow package quantities enough to cover the beard once. Most dyes packages can be used for different applications.

Apply dye Beard:

Use the brush in your kit, toothbrush or mascara brush to apply the dye coloring to your beard. Be careful to cover all the hair, but try to avoid stains on the skin.

Wait and Test:

Pay attention to the instructions on the beard dye package to find out how long to wait. Try to dye your hair after the minimum time suggests using a paper towel or a Q-tip to clean your beard. If not quite dark, brush color behind in this section and wait a few minutes. Keep checking until the beard reaches the desired color. Keep track of time, so you know how many minutes to wait for you to dye again. Remember that the color will probably fade somewhat after the first two rinses, so it’s good to have a little darker than you want in the first place.

Rinse:

Pour water into your beard until transparent. Dry with towels.

Color Control:

Not enough colors? Restore beard color and wait a little longer.

Too much color? Wash your Beard a few times with a clarifying shampoo to remove some of the color off.

Tasks:

The judge barriers mean you do not have spots on the face, but if you do, use a Q-tip soaked with tint remover to remove the stain.

Conclusion

Maintaining Your Dyed Beard

It looks like beard dying is a lot of work? Luckily, keeping your beard color in good condition is not too difficult to achieve.

Since dyed beards tend to maintain the color better when they aren’t washed too often, you may just want to rinse your beard. If you do want to wash, use shampoo for color treated hair.

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