BEST HAIR DYE for thin hair and delicate person- my experience and my honest opinion!
So what is the best hair dye in your opinion?
I have tried the typical every single box in the market, from cheap store 3 usd hair dyes to the most expensive. I even bought a bottle of olaplex from ebays black market to try and dye my hair beautiful!
Why are we looking for the best hair dye in the market - my opinion and experienceWe are lucky to get older, but it is not cheap. We have higher and higher beauty standards that have to be followed to form part of this society so -yeah stop pretending it is not true-. A good look is usually significance of status. Beautiful individuals get a different treatment. And over all things, are happier with their look. Generally speaking.
But let's go to the facts around hair dye now
-You have gray hair or white hair that you want to cover
-You want to change your hair color from time to time for fun or for beauty
-You want to change your looks
-Making yourself pretty or handsome makes you happier (nothing to regret here- I love shopping, too. It really objectively rises my mood 5 points out of 10 whenever I shop for beautiful clothes or makeup. Honestly, theres nothing wrong with it -beauty is a good quality in the planet and it is normal that it gives a good impression and feeling whatever its form-.)
-You have an allergy to hair dye
-You are concerned about using too many chemicals (edulcorants, aluminium in makeup and deodorant, sunscreen, led lights, city smog, preservatives in your food, colorants, synthetic fabrics...). We are surrounded by things that affect our health big time but sometimes unaware of them. Having a healthy life now is almost a synonym of isolation. If not impossible.
-You prefer to save some money and / or can't go to the hairdresser to color your hair.
-You have an allergy to PPDs , ammonia or any other one of the innumerable harsh chemicals in them. Don't think that they designed the hair dye thinking about your health in the first place. Well it has good through research and it is effective but think about it like this: how many allergy warnings does it have around the package? How do you feel when you use it?
Remember hair dye and makeup are products so they are designed to be sold. Not to take care of you and your health.They have gone through clinical trials because of legislation but remember the danger is still there.
-etc etc etc
Just listed some of the reasons why using hair dye nowadays is not something irrelevant. I think the right choice of the products we need is crucial so as to reach your goals. It is crucial to feel comfortable in your own skin. To make your life easier and happier.
Not like all life is going to go around makeup and such. But read and pay attention.
I tried all the hair dyes, loreal, color riche, schwarzkopf, etc.
Also tried henna and all kinds of natural dyes, green tea, chamomile, red flower petals, beetroot... honey and cinnamon, spices. Even turmeric.
Going crazy as usual, nothing works at all to cover the numerous white hairs on my head. Everywhere.
So from time to time I keep trying and keep on failing and promising me that
So tried and found this:
Olia ammonia free permanent hair dye.
So, this was my experience after trying another couple of hair dyes and getting so dizzy I had to remove them 5-10 minutes after application even with plenty of ventilation and even using a fan in front of the open window. Something I will not do again to my body.
Sometimes when I apply a permanent hair dye with ammonia no matter the colour, blonde, red, brown or jet black or red or auburn.
-My hands shake
-I feel dizzy and nauseated
-I can't think properly
-I start to sweat with a very weird synthetic odour
So first: I started applying oils to my skin, face, ears and roots to prevent direct contact with the chemicals.
Second: tried to do some research around PPD free hair dyes
Third: Never again ammonia in my life. The last time it was the application and after 10 minutes (everything in a so well ventilated area), I removed it thinking I was going to faint.
After showering and rinsing over and over again, I had to lay down in bed for 2-3 hours and try to drink water to filter out the substances but it LASTED FOR SO LONG. I was officially intoxicated. It was even hard to speak. Not to mention to move from the bed or sit down.
Fourth: Never applying the hair dye to my scalp!!!! Like, EVER!!!
I try to grab a little drop with my fingers (gloves of course) and apply it 2 cm from the root, then rub it up next to the scalp but always trying it not to touch ME. I refuse to be sick because of this.
Then, combing the section of hair and sometimes making a bun or anything to keep the hair up so it doesn't touch the scalp or lets the hair dye fall to the skin.
So, here is the challenge. But I think that Olia was the first hair dye that now I can use with no strong symptoms of intoxication and with ease.
-It is ammonia free!
-It smells fruity when you apply it (after a while though)
-It is permanent
-Easy to apply
-Gentle on the hair
-Nice range of shades
Olia ammonia free oil based hair dye range of colors.
This is my opinion for the hair dye. I have to admit it has worked out well for me for now.
The result in colour was not perfect the first time but taking into account that I have very dark brown hair and it did not come out orange but more like a strong yellow is something.
Also, have to admit that I kept a part of the content for next applications and I have used it months later after purchasing the box. It still worked and now my hair is a little blonder.
Hope I don't have to give you any other bad news!!!
Wrote this post thinking that Garnier Olia hair dye is a good product and I wanted to thank them for making a (a little more) healthy product so people like me can use. And also let you know about this.
Please be very careful about the chemicals in your routine. Let's all push the market for a healthy change.
What hair dye do you use? Have you tried garnier olia? Are you allergic to hair dyes?
Let us know!
Take care, over all things and build your happy life! :-)
xoxo Amy xoxo