How to apply Majirel Hair Color?
To apply the hair color you have to follow certain steps:
1. Choose the correct color
First, have a basic understanding of the natural hair color that you are gifted with. Then check out L’Oreal’s color charts to choose your preferred color shade. Make sure to choose a shade that complements your natural hair color.
You should bear in mind that Majirel can lighten your hair color to two or three tones of your natural color and can darken it more than three tones. To lighten, though you may need to bleach your hair first.
2. Mix hair color
Mix a 1.7 ounce Majirel blender with 2.6 ounces of Majicreme developer. Let the mixture stay for 20 minutes.
Be sure to wear protective gloves to prevent chemicals from coming into contact with your skin. On the neck or face, be sure to apply petroleum jelly, especially around the hairline. Use a hairbrush to apply the mixture to your hair strands. If your hair is damaged, make sure it has been conditioned or oiled two days before coloring. While applying color, start at the bottom and work your way up to the strands to the end. Apply to roots only last as roots are closer to your scalp and therefore your body heat accelerates color development. Cover your entire head with the color.
Four. To wash
Allow 35 minutes development time before washing. For faster application, you can sit under a professional hair dryer. Before washing, you can do a test run to see if the color has developed and is the shade you want. To do this, just wipe the color off a few strands to make sure. Rinse with cold water until color is gone. Apply a deep conditioner to protect your colored hair.
5. Reapplication as needed
For reapplication, let the mixture stay on your hair for 35 minutes. Then wash it off with warm water and a hydrating shampoo. For moderate discoloration, add a few drops of warm water to the mixture and let it sit for 10-15 minutes before washing it off.
For full or partial coloring, from blondes to natural colors, for vibrant and modern shades, this hair color bonds the color well to the hair without causing damage. Durable and flexible, it is often used by professionals in hairdressers, however, you can always use it to color your own hair at home.