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  • Bleach Kits

    You’ll want to check out our selection of bleach kits which are the perfect way to prepare dark hair for a lighter tone or colour of hair dye.

    If your hair is naturally dark, then hair lightening products will transform your look to lighter tones. Dark shades can sometimes be problematic when dyeing, as dark colour of hair can sometimes be difficult to completely cover with hair dye. There’s nothing worse than getting an unexpected shade of hair dye as an end result of the dyeing process. This is why hair bleach is used. The product lightens the tones of the hair in order to create a blank canvas for the dye to be applied to.

    Buying the Best Hair Bleach

    Here at Dye My Hair, we have plenty of options when it comes to choosing the best hair lightening products. We stock bleaching kits from some of the biggest and best brands when it comes to hair dye and hair care products. Searching for bleach for hair has never been easier with the selection of brands we have to offer:

    • Manic Panic
    • La Riche Directions
    • Splat
    • Crazy Color
    • Stargazer

    All of our hair bleach range comes in essential kits which will include everything you need to start bleaching! Products such as the Manic Panic Flash Lightening Bleach Kit comes with dust-free bleach powder, crème developer, mixing tub, tint brush, plastic cup and gloves, so it's everything you need all in one place. The Manic Panic bleach kit is the perfect example of how you can easily switch up dark tones up for a fresher look without those long trips to the salon.

    Getting the Best Hair Bleaching Results

    The term ‘bleaching’ can sometimes be a scary word for home hair dye novices, so before you bleach it's important you have all the know-how to make sure everything goes as planned. Here at Dye My Hair, we know a thing or two about making sure you bleach hair properly, so have made a little list of tips and tricks you can use when getting your hair a few tones lighter.

    1. Make Sure Your Hair Is Prepared – as bleaching can be damaging to hair, you need to make sure your locks are in tip-top condition to keep them strong and healthy throughout the process. Hair care products such as conditioners and, in some cases, coconut oils, are ideal ways of keeping hair strengthened. If you are unsure about whether your hair is in good enough condition for bleaching, it is recommended to check with your hairdresser or hair care specialist to get a professional opinion on hair condition. 
    2. Consider Multiple Bleaches – if you are currently sporting an exceedingly dark natural hair tone and are craving a gentler shade of pastel pink, it may require multiple bleaching to make it light enough for dyeing. This can be a vigorous process for your hair to undergo it is essential that you fully understand the ins-and-outs of bleaching before starting such a process.
    3. Recovery Is Key – once your hair has been bleached it is important to give your hair a break during the dyeing process. After your hair has been bleached, and you have achieved the required shade you should considering waiting at least a day before applying further products such as toner or even the dye itself. This is simply to reduce the amount of strain will go under through multiple processes. A day off is always a great idea, even for your hair!
    4. Gently Does It – even the physical treatment of your hair can reduce the amount of damage caused by the bleaching process. Combing in the bleaching product with a wide tooth brush can reduce the amount of pressure the hair will undergo as well as reducing the chance of tangling or knotting the hair. When towel drying, styling or generally brushing, be careful with your hair to avoid any unwanted further damage or breakages.
    5. Application – when putting the bleach onto your hair, you will want to treat it in a similar fashion to applying hair dye. You will want a full and complete coverage of the hair to create an even shade and overall look. To ensure the hair bleaches the same colour, consider trying to leave the scalp to last. Being closer to your head, the heat may cause the hair bleach to drying faster, which could leave an uneven finish on your hair.

    When considering home hair bleaching, the condition and quality of your hair should always be the top priority. It is, of course, important to get you dark headed lot over to the lighter side, but that shouldn’t come and the expense of your hair. Read up on all the product instructions and guides to make sure you’re using the hair bleach properly. If you’re ever in doubt why not consult a hair dye specialist so you can make sure you achieve the best results?

    Here at Dye My Hair, we’re not only about the dye, with an awesome selection of home hair bleaching kits available, we’ve made it easier to totally transform your look – no matter what your natural shade.

  • Toners

    Whether you’re bleaching your hair at home or looking to preserve and maintain your perfect shade of blonde, one thing you simply can’t do without is a good hair toner! The ideal thing for creating an even base shade and neutralising pesky brassy tones, our range of hair toners will get your hair ready for dyeing in a flash.

    If you’ve ever been envious of someone’s stunning platinum blonde locks or found your jaw dropping at the sight of a light and silvery mane, then the chances are the colour you loved was entirely down to the clever use of a hair toner for brassiness.

    Whether you opt for a purple toner to create an ashy effect or to simply achieve a pale blonde or white base shade, you can easily manipulate your colour in a single application.

    Toner For After Highlights And Bleached Hair

    If you’re a hair dyeing novice, you may be thinking to yourself, “What is hair toner and why do I need it?” With so many confusing terms and factors to think about, it can be a little overwhelming to use hair toner at home. Here at Dye My Hair, we know a thing or two about hair, so to simplify things, we’ve created a little guide to the things you need to know about hair toner:

    1. Toner is not a dye. You can’t simply apply a blue or purple toner to your hair and expect it to come out that colour! What this product can do is neutralise unwanted yellow or orange tones in the hair to create an even, blonde result. This is especially useful if you’ve had repeated bleach applications resulting in slightly different shades of blonde or if you’ve got ‘hot roots’. Working on the principal of colour theory, purple and blue tones will neutralise brassiness in blonde shades, green or blue can eliminate unwanted redness in darker blonde hair and red will disguise dreaded green tones. By using hair toner for orange hair your hair dye will be a closer match to the bright colour you are after.
    2. Toner is for lighter hair. If you’re looking to fix unwanted tones in your red, brunette or black hair, then an ammonia free dye or glaze (with the correct colour undertones) is a better solution. This is basically an equivalent of toner for brown hair.
    3. If you have blonde hair, you can switch up the shade simply by using a toner. You can go for a cooler, ashier, warmer or faintly coloured tint to add some variety to your look without the need for a new bleach job!
    4. If you’re dead set on remaining bleach blonde, remember that even the best hair toner is not permanent. You will need to re-tone on a fairly regular basis (around every 6-8 weeks on average) to maintain your look. 
    5. Toning can dry out the hair, so ensure you wash it as infrequently as you can and treat your tresses to the occasional deep conditioning treatment to keep it silky.

    Remember, as with all hair dyeing products, you should always use ash toner for brassy hair in a well ventilated area and closely follow the instructions for use.

    Hair Toner: A Hair Dyeing Must Have!

    We know a thing or two about hair colouring here at Dye My Hair and it’s no understatement when we say that if you’re going to pre-lighten your hair at home, the most important product in your kit is some best hair toner UK. If you’re a big fan of wild and crazy hair colours, chances are you’re already relatively familiar with the hair bleaching and subsequent dyeing process, but if you’re a newbie, then think of it this way: If you were painting your nails, you’d use a basecoat, right? Of course you would, because the basecoat creates an excellent foundation for you to then apply a coloured polish on top.

    Well, hair toner colours are basically a basecoat for your hair! It doesn’t deposit colour, but it does help to create a nice even base shade without any areas of brassiness or uneven tone, which is why it’s the single most important thing you can do to your hair once it’s bleached. Toning is particularly important if you’re planning to rock a pastel shade, as lighter hues of dye are notoriously unforgiving and areas of uneven colour are more likely to show through your colour. We know you will notice a hair toner before and after difference.

    So, if you’re looking for the best toner for bleached hair, then you’re in the right place! With a range of high performance toners available, there’s plenty of choice on offer from some of the biggest and best brands in the industry, including:

    • Manic Panic
    • Stargazer
    • La Riche Directions

    Now you’re fully informed about what hair toner actually is and how and when to use it, why not take the plunge and dare to dye?

  • Pastel-Izers

    If you’ve found the hair colour of your dreams but wish it could be a little bit lighter, you should definitely consider picking up some hair dye pastelizer. This incredible product gives you the opportunity to transform any hair dye you like to lighter shade. Transform your Bubblegum Blue into a sky blue, or Raven into a muted black.

    It’s never been easier to get the pastel look you want, thanks to the Manic Panic pastelizer. So grab some now along with your favourite hair dye colour and get a look that’s completely unique to you.

    Make The Most Of Your Manic Panic Creamtones

    Though we stock a wide range of hair dye colours, the number, unfortunately, isn’t endless. And that’s why we love the Manic Panic Pastel-izer; it pretty much makes the number of hair colours available to you endless! There’s no better way to dilute a hair dye colour and put your own unique stamp on it. By mixing a tub of pastelizer with some of your chosen hair dye you can make it as pale and light as you want. If you’re crazy about our selection of pastel hair colours, then the pastelizer simply unlocks a whole new range of awesome colours for you. For example, you could make Manic Panic pastelizer purple haze for a more subtle hint of purple. The more pastelizer you use, the lighter the colour.

    The product definitely adds a spark of creativity to the hair dying process. While you can use it on just about any hair dye colour, a couple of our favourites are:

    • Shocking Blue
    • Pillarbox Red
    • Pinkissimo
    • Green Envy

    There may just be some colours that you think are slightly too bright to suit your look, and the pastelizers will help you tone things down just a little bit. If you want your Shocking Blue to be a little bit less shocking or your Pillarbox Red to be slightly less bold, then you should definitely look into getting some pastelizer. Turn your Hot Hot Pink into a Manic Panic pastelizer cotton candy pink colour to join the pastel craze!

    It’s also worth noting that in the battle of Manic Panic pastelizer vs conditioner, we think the pastelizer is the better choice. Not only is it made by hair dye professionals but the mixer is also certain to provide a longer lasting and fuller colour. If you’re serious about making sure your new hair colour looks as good as it can, then you should definitely use the pastelizer alongside a colour preserving conditioner.

    The Manic Panic pastelizer ingredients will help condition your hair while you are dyeing it. The benefit of having pastel Manic Panic with conditioner is that it will keep your hair healthy and strong. Dye-hards will know bleaching and dyeing your hair can cause it to become dry and brittle. This formula will keep those annoying split ends at bay and will also strengthen your hair. It’s also completely vegan friendly and produced in a cruelty free environment. What more could you ask for?

    How To Use The Pastelizer

    Now that you’ve got your tub of pastelizer in one hand and your favourite hair dye colour in the other, you’re probably wondering ‘What next?’ Luckily the process is easy and straightforward!

    1. Pour a generous amount of the pastelizer into a bowl and mix with your hair dye of choice. We recommend only mixing products of the same brand and reading the instructions to check the suitability for mixing. How much hair dye you mix in depends on how dark you want your hair colour to be. Make sure you’re certain about the shade you want. It is usually best to perform a patch test. This will also help determine if you are allergic to any products before you go in for full coverage.
    2. Next, just use it like you would any other hair dye, make sure you remember to bleach your hair before using the pastelizer, otherwise the colour might not come through quite as you wanted it to. Though you can use the Manic Panic pastelizer on brown hair or blonde hair, bleaching first will provide you with a blank canvas to work on.
    3. After you have finished dyeing your hair it is all about preserving your new colour for as long as possible. Avoiding applying heat with products such as hair dryers and straighteners will help lock that colour in. Colour preserving hair care products are also definitely worth using.

    Using Manic Panic’s pastelizer really is as simple as that and that’s what makes it such an essential product for anyone craving an alternative look. It adds a fun DIY element to dyeing your hair, ensuring that the colour of your head is exactly what you want it to be. No need to compromise on colour anymore – you can finally achieve hair colour perfection! Don’t believe us? Be sure to check out a Manic Panic creamtone review for extra reassurance.

    Dye My Hair is one of the top pastelizer retailers, also stocking an incredible amount of hair dyes to use it with. In addition to Manic Panic, we also stock from a number of reputable brands such as the following:

    • Crazy Color
    • La Riche Directions
    • Splat
    • Stargazer
    • Paintglow
    • Herman’s Amazing

    What more could you ask for? If you’re ready to go after the alternative look you’ve always wanted, ditching that brown or blonde head of hair you’ve always had, be sure to take a look at our super extensive range and consider boosting your look with hair dye pastelizer.

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