4. Color your hair when it’s dirty. The chemicals in these systems, though maybe not as powerful as the ones your stylist uses, are still strong. The dirt of your hair will not only protect your scalp from agitation, it also protects your hair from over processing.

5. Color you hair in sections. As I stated earlier, being too hasty and quick will have you with missed pieces and an uneven look. If you have long thick hair, section your hair into 4-6 sections so that you can have a focal point and you can be more mindful of your coverage.

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