How much conditioner can be added to hair dye?

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  1. liladybugz26 profile image88
    liladybugz26posted 3 years ago

    How much conditioner can be added to hair dye?

    How much conditioner can be added to hair dye to gain more product without diluting the color?

  2. sassydee profile image74
    sassydeeposted 3 years ago

    I have never heard of adding conditioner to hair dye I don't think you should because it probably will interfere with the process

    1. liladybugz26 profile image88
      liladybugz26posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      It all depends on the permanency of the hair dye. I know it should not be used with permanent, but it is compatible with semi.

    2. sassydee profile image74
      sassydeeposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Then I don't think it really matters but if it is semi or non permanent then why add conditioner you should just use it before or after

  3. MonkeyShine75 profile image74
    MonkeyShine75posted 3 years ago

    If the conditioner coats the hair shaft it is unlikely the dye will get in
    so I wouldn't recommend it. The best thing to add to it is developer. You can get a large bottle for real cheap at places like Sally's (for about $2-$3)
    The developer will not hinder the dye but the conditioner will.

    1. liladybugz26 profile image88
      liladybugz26posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I just found the answer on eHow. I have read about it on multiple sites, but finally just found an actual formula (2 Tbsp of conditioner per bottle).

      http://www.ehow.com/how_6954973_put-con … color.html

    2. MonkeyShine75 profile image74
      MonkeyShine75posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      You can find anything you look for on the internet, that doesn't mean your hair will turn out well if you use conditioner It may help spread the dye, but the dye will be diluted so how does that help?

    3. liladybugz26 profile image88
      liladybugz26posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      As I said before - this is for semi-permanent dyes. It all depends on the ratio used. The dye is not diluted if the ratio is correct.

    4. MonkeyShine75 profile image74
      MonkeyShine75posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      ROFLOL

 
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