You might think that you can take on the task of dying your hair at home with a simple box hair dye, but in reality you’ll only be doing yourself a disservice in the long run. With thousands of people around the world opting for low quality box hair dye during their self isolation, it is important to discuss the real effects that this product can have on your hair. Ultimately, choosing to have professional hair colouring done on your hair is significantly better for both the quality of colour and the health of your hair. The team at Rebecca Oates have put together this article to discuss the real differences between professional hair colouring and box dye, and just exactly how often you should be going to a hair salon for colour in Perth.
With our communities being locked down and all of us forced into self isolation, many people chose box dye when they couldn’t visit a hair salon in Bicton. Although these box dyes are quite affordable, it’s definitely not worth the risk of severely damaging your hair.
Having hair colour done at a hair salon in Bicton is beneficial for your hair in a number of ways. The hairdressers at Rebecca Oates in Perth treat every customer according to their individual needs (unlike box hair dye, which is designed for a broad customer base). Factors such as underlying pigmentation, skin tone, hair condition, previous artificial colour, and hormones can all play a role in the end colour. It is important to discuss these factors with the hairdressers, as they can advise on the most suitable colouring option for your hair. Although from the onset the professional hair colouring looks more expensive, you’ll likely be saving money from the fact that you’d need a more expensive corrective service after using a low quality box dye. Box dyes do have a tendency of going wrong, particularly if you’re bleaching your hair and going a lighter shade. The damage that you could cause to your hair could lead to spending a far greater amount of time and money on the issues than you would have anticipated. Professional hairdressers can also see the entirety of your head and hair. It can be difficult to assess the colour of your hair and apply the box dye yourself, sometimes leaving you with patchy or uneven results.
If you’re looking for professional hair colouring in Bicton, or need help in fixing that self isolation box dye job, then the hair colour specialists at Rebecca Oates can be your saviours. Our hair colourists are known for their precision and expertise in their craft, helping people with all sorts of hair colours and styles achieve the ultimate tone to specifically match them. The health of your hair is something that we hold close as a priority, from the initial consultation to the end result. You can checkout our hair colouring page for the full range of services and prices that are available. If you are unsure of the type of service you may need, or perhaps want some advice from our colouring specialists, please feel free to call us on (08) 9319 1748 or make a booking online.