New to the hair coloring world, bored of your basic browns & blacks?
Or don’t wanna stick to one single color for too long (commitment issues, eh?)

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So let's start by understanding what is Semi-permanent hair color ?

It is a temporary solution to changing your hair color. Think of it as a way to try out new colors after a few washes without the burden of permanently dying your hair.

Semi-permanent color is vastly underrated, it delivers vibrant color w/o the commitment or damage.

For how long does semi-permanent hair color stay?

Paradyes’ semi-permanent hair color lasts for upto 8-10 washes. This means you can switch from yellow to green to blue and back again, in a couple of weeks without damaging your hair. 


Tips and Tricks to make the best out of Paradyes hair color

  • For the best results of semi-permanent color, you need to pre-lighten/ bleach your hair to a level of 5 or above. Lighter the hair, brighter the dye deposits on your hair. 
  • These colors can be mixed together or with a conditioner to get a different hue. Example -  you can mix Yellow and Orange together to get a different color of Red. 
  • You can also mix the conditioner with your desired color to get a pastel color.
  • As the beauty of semi-permanent color lies in it being commitment-free, the color keeps fading beautifully with every wash.
  • These colors are conditioner based, so they won’t damage your hair and undo the bleach damage too.
  • You can also speed up the fading process by crushing up some Vitamin C powder in shampoo and washing your hair with the mixture.
  • Oiling or masking is an important step of the hair care regime, and these colors won’t be a barrier and will allow you to maintain your hair health.
  • These are suitable for all hair types and are filled with natural goodness. 
  • To make the color stay for long, use color-care shampoos & conditioners. You can also add a color care butter mask to your regime for extra nourishment and moisture.

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