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Removing hair dye from your skin

Removing hair dye from your skin

It's best to prevent getting hair dye on your skin. The colour cream changes during the dyeing process and gets darker as time passes. The longer it's on your skin and ears, the more difficult it will be to get it off. But if it did happen and you can't get it off, we have some tips and tricks for you and we'll let you know how to prevent it next time.
Processing time of hair dye

The processing time of hair dye: facts and fiction

What exactly is the processing time of hair dye and is it always the same? And what if you let your hair dye sit for too long or too short? It can also be the case that it takes really long to dye your hair. Does that have any impact on how long you should let the hair dye sit?
Welke haarkleur past bij je huid

Which hair colour suits my skin?

Which hair colour suits your skin? This is often a difficult question. You want a different hair colour, but you're unsure which colours suit you and which don't. The most important thing to do is to check whether you have a warm skin tone or a cool skin tone. You can easily determine this yourself. A somewhat warmer skin tone often has a more yellowish undertone in the skin. If you have an undertone that's more pink/blue, the cooler shades will suit you better. We've lined up the facts, and with a white towel and a few t-shirts, you'll know if it's better to go for a warm or a cool hair colour.
How often do you need to dye your hair

How often do you need to dye your hair?

How often do you need to dye your hair? This is a question that we get asked a lot. Of course, this depends on how fast your hair grows and if you still like the colour. Most people dye their hair every 4-6 weeks and only the roots.
A step by step guide for dyeing your own hair

How to dye your hair, a step by step guide

Dyeing your own hair can be a bit of a struggle. Your hairdresser knows exactly which colour you need, but the logic behind it makes no sense to you. However, dyeing your hair is easier than you think. We'll give you some tips and tell you what to look out for.
Restoring an irritated scalp

What to do with an irritated scalp

You can identify en irritated scalp by the small, white flakes that cause your scalp to itch. How do these flakes develop and more importantly, how do you get rid of them?

What our clients say

I've never coloured my hair before, so I was a bit scared to do it myself. After reading the instructions properly it all worked out well. My grey hair is completely gone, my hair feels vibrant and the colour is exactly as I expected. The colour is more natural than I could ever imagine.

Annemiek de Jong

Sometimes I had a similar product added to my hair dye at the hairdresser, which I was very satisfied with. Now that I dye my hair at home with WECOLOR due to price concerns, I've started using the Colour Mask. I have just added it to my hair dye. I have to say: I was very impressed with the result. My hair felt very healthy and soft after dyeing. For me, WECOLOUR Colour Mask is here to stay!