Beard growth

How to dye your beard: A step by step guide

Beard dye 

Have you ever experimented with beard dye? Some do it to cover up their gray hairs, while others do it simply to experiment with their appearance. However, if you're still unsure how to get started after all of your study, our guide will help. Here are 9 easy ways to using a beard dye to improve your appearance:

  1. Grow your beard

If you have a lengthy beard, that's fine; if not, wait until it gets a little longer. The extra length of a beard aids in the dye's absorption. Because facial fuzz grows out quickly, coloring it when it's short will result in the bottom half of the beard seeming coloured and the top half looking natural. Try to wait until you have an ideal length, to have a similar hue across all the strands.

  1. Choose your ideal shade

Choose a tint that is near to the natural hair color if you're coloring the beard to cover your gray hair. If you have dark hair, go for a deep brown tint rather than black, as black can look fake. There are various light brown tones to pick from if you have light hair. Beard dyes appear dark, so choosing a color that is one shade lighter is always a smart idea. If you're doing it for the first time, leave it to the professionals, and once you've seen it done a few times, you can do it at home.

  1. Do a quick patch test

Some beard dyes can trigger adverse responses in some people. Always do a patch test first to confirm that you're dying your beard correctly. Apply a drop to your skin, such as the inside of your wrist or the inside of the elbow. If you get an itching sensation, stop right there; if not, continue; if not, it's safe to color your beard immediately.

  1. Wash your beard

Work some shampoo into your beard and clean the skin beneath it with your fingertips before you start coloring it. Allow time for the beard to dry before dyeing it. Use a conditioner sparingly since it produces a protective layer that prevents the color from absorbing into your face fuzz.

  1. Make the dye

Typically, beard dyes include a base color and a developer. With a brush, combine them in a basin. Many beard dyes can be re-applied several times. As a result, only use as much color as you need and preserve the remainder for later.

  1. Apply the dye

Start applying the solution to the beard in an up and down motion after you've mixed it up. Apply the dye to exposed portions of your beard, making sure that every strand is covered. Allowing the color to come into contact with your skin can cause irritation.

  1. Leave it on

Keep a close watch on the color once you've applied the dye. Wash a little area of your beard to see if you have the proper shade or not. If it appears to be in good condition, you may wash it. If not, reapply the color to achieve a little darker hue.

  1. Rinse out the excess dye

When the beard has reached the desired color, wash it off with cool water. Continue to wash your beard until the color is completely gone. If the color has turned out darker than you expected, use a beard cleanser to brighten it while the dye is still wet. Blow dry the beard on a low setting or let it air dry once it's finished.

  1. Use color protectant products

Your regular everyday products will have no effect on the beard after you've coloured it. As a result, utilize color protectant treatments to keep your beard's color while also protecting it. Avoid products that include sulfates or parabens. Consider using a shampoo and conditioner twice a week when washing your beard.

Beard growth products 

After dying your beard, use the beard shampoo by mars by ghc. It has efficient color retaining properties and provides protection to beard hair against breakage. The key ingredients like aloe vera, argan oil and ceramides are known to provide nourishment to the beard and beard growth

Take Away

Beard colors are a versatile solution; if you don't like the way your beard is aging or simply want to try a different look, color it. You can keep a nice, luscious beard by following a few simple measures.