How To Lighten Purple Hair?
Are you a fan of the purple hair’s vibrant colors but you’re afraid of lightning? Are you ready for lighter hair color but you don’t know how to get it done? In this blog, we will give you some tips on how you can get a lighter hair color while still keeping your hair healthy.
Purple hair is becoming more and more popular among the fashion-forward crowd. But oftentimes, people find they want to lighten their hair after some time. Luckily, there are many different ways to do this without damaging your hair!
Whether you want a pastel purple or something more vibrant, these are some of the best methods for how to lighten your purple hair without overdoing it.
What to use?
One of the simplest ways to lighten your hair without damaging it is using semi-permanent hair color. Semi-permanent coloring is gentle on your hair, but will gradually fade out over time. It will cost more upfront, but you won’t have to worry about damaging your hair overall.
Another low-maintenance method for lightening your hair is using a toner. Toners are applied after you shampoo and condition your hair, so they are really low-maintenance. The only downside is that they don’t work for everyone. You’ll need to do a test strand or two before committing to the color if you’re unsure if it will work for you.
For those of you looking for a more drastic change, two methods don’t require bleaching: highlighters and bleach baths.
Highlighters are sprays that you can use to apply highlights without bleach. They don’t work well with darker hair, but they work well with lighter shades like lavender and lilac.
Bleach baths are used for bleaching the root area and gradually lightening the whole head of hair. These methods come with all sorts of warnings.
How to lighten your purple hair?
There are many ways to lighten your hair without bleach. Some of these methods include:
- Dying your hair a lighter shade of purple
- Dyeing your hair a lighter shade of purple and then dying it back to the color you want
- Dying your hair a color that is close to the color you want and then applying purple highlights
- Using a semi-permanent dye, such as Manic Panic, which washes out after a few months
- Using henna, which is a natural, plant-based dye
- Using a temporary dye, such as Color Oops or Color Joke
- Bleaching your hair and then dying it a lighter shade.
The best method for you will depend on how much time you have and what you want. For example, if you have a lot of time and want to keep the color as vibrant as possible, it’s best to use a semi-permanent dye.
If you want the color to last for a lot longer, or if you’re not sure how you want the color to look, using henna is the best option. Temporary dyes are for those who wish to test out different shades before making a long-term commitment
How to maintain the color?
Purple hair is a great way to stand out from the crowd, but that doesn’t mean it’s something you can wear forever. Many people struggle to maintain a purple color and want to go a shade lighter. Luckily, there are a few ways you can do this without damaging your hair.
It’s important to make sure you don’t over-process your hair, as this can cause breakage and more damage. If you want to lighten your hair gradually, try adding some highlights to your hair. If you already have highlights, consider adding a few more. This is a great way to give your hair a fresh look without going too light.
If you want to go more drastic, opt for a semi-permanent dye instead of permanent dye. The semi-permanent dye will wash out after a few months and will give you more time to adjust to the color.
If you want to go even more drastic and lighten your hair drastically, try using a bleaching kit. These kits are typically milder than bleach and can be used as your only lighting option if you want to go lighter than any other methods allow.
As always, it’s important to consult a Hair Stylist.
If you’re considering lightening your pastel purple hair, make sure you’ve given yourself a lot of time to do it. It takes a lot of time for hair to grow out, and you want to make sure you give your hair the time it needs to rebuild its strength after being lightened.
It’s also important to remember that lightening your hair will cause it to become more fragile. This means that you’ll need to take care of it more often. Be sure to give it a lot of moisture and a deep conditioning treatment at least once every two weeks.
Finally, if you decide to go from purple hair to pastel pink or pastel blue, be sure to wait at least six months before going back to purple.