I have serious admiration for a woman who isn’t afraid to rock a bold color on short hair. Below are 11 women who are rocking or have rocked every color you can think of including lime green to bubble gum pink.

If you are thinking about cutting your hair and adding some color, then this will provide some serious inspo! Check these ladies out!

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Want to color your short hair on your own?

If you recently cut your hair and want to try color then we have a few tips Via Leaf TV that you should consider! Read below:

If you have very short hair and happen to be wondering if you can dye your tresses, the answer is yes. Even though you have short hair, the task is doable and very simple.

Learn the differences between the various types of hair dyes on the market. Hair dyes are primarily broken into five different types – permanent, demi-permanent, semi-permanent, temporary and natural.

Pick a permanent dye if you’re looking for a color that doesn’t fade until your hair grows out completely. Blonde, grey and lightning several shades require a permanent hair color. If you are looking for a dye that lasts about a month, decide on a demi-permanent dye.

Choose a semi-permanent dye for a temporary coloring that lasts up to two months. Opt for a temporary or natural hair dye if you only want a coloring to last a few days.

Place a towel around your shoulders. Spread Vaseline around the top of your forehead and ears to prevent skin discoloration from the hair dye.

Slip-on rubber gloves.

Read the hair dye directions carefully. Mix the dye in the product bottle per the instructions. Cover the opening of the bottle with your thumb and gently shake for 30 seconds to ensure the ingredients mix properly.

Squeeze the bottle gently while applying the dye to the hairline on the back of your head. Work upwards in sections on your head. Rub the dye into your hair thoroughly to prevent streaking or blotchy areas.

Wipe off dye from your face or other places where drips occur with a paper towel.

Watch the clock and rinse out the dye per the product directions.

Apply a deep conditioner to your hair and allow to stand for five minutes. Rinse conditioner from your hair and style as usual.

Consult a hairdresser if you plan to dye your hair from a dark color to a light blonde. Your hair has to go through multiple shades to reach the correct color; improperly dying your hair can leave your hair orange or brassy.

Use towels and old clothing to protect your carpets and flooring. Hair dye can bleach or stain. Always use gloves to prevent drying or staining of hands.

If you want to learn how to nurture your short hair for hair growth, we encourage you to take a look at this post as well.



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