Brunettes: Dye Your Hair Without Harsh Chemicals Karrine Steffans

Many moons ago, when I was in the beginning of a little thing I like to call “my twenties”, I totally fried my hair by dyeing it blonde and relaxing it – in the same day. Over and over again. I was forced to dye my hair black and cut it all off into a super cute pixie cut.

The event may have been tragic, but the outcome was très chic.

Either way, because of this super short style, I would have my hair cut by a barber and it was in his barber shop where I learned about Bigen Hair Dye.

According to their website:

“Ammonia-free formula and requires no hydrogen peroxide. The unique powder formula is activated by water to naturally open the hair’s cuticle to deposit rich, natural long lasting color.”

I began using this dye back then and continue to use it to this day, never having to worry about frying my hair again. One warning, however: this stuff is like Henna –– it’ll stain everything it touches. So, be sure to protect your hands with sturdy rubber gloves and use dark colored towels. Also, you may want to use a drop cloth, dark towel or newspaper to protect your floors and countertops just in case.

Other than that, have fun dyeing.

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  1. I have never wrapped my hair after straightening it…is this a thing I should be doing? Does it help with frizzies??

  2. thanks I’ll give it a shot! :)

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