How to Dye Hair Burgundy Ombre For Fall (Video Tutorial)

on Oct 02, 2017

Hi honeys! In this tutorial, I'll show you how to easy it is to get a beautiful burgundy ombre dye for the fall season! Watch the video or follow the steps and pictures below.

What you'll need:

  1. Gloves
  2. Developer
  3. Powder Bleach
  4. Conditioner
  5. Dye Color
  6. Aluminum Foil
  7. Detangle Brush
  8. Dye Brush

Step 1: Pre-Bleach (3 mins)

2. Grab a sheet of foil to protect the bleaching creme from destroying your surface and put on gloves to protect your hands. Mix up your powered bleach and 10-volume developer to create your bleaching creme.

Step 2: Bleach (5-7mins)

Get your dye brush and start brushing the creme on the ends of the bundle. Flip the bundle over and apply more creme to the ends. Use a detangling brush to spread the creme throughout the ends. Brush both sides.

Move the the middle of the bundle and apply more creme with your brush. Flip the bundle over and do the same. 7. Use your detangling brush to spread the creme from the middle to the ends until the ends appear a brown color.

Step 3: Shampoo (3-5 mins)

Shampoo the bundle to get rid of the brass-ness. Squeeze out the water with your hands until its damp and not dripping heavily.

Step 4: Dye

Get a new sheet of foil and lay the damp hair down on it. Put on a new set of gloves as well. Take our color and squeeze it all over the bundle.

Use your hands to rub the color throughout the hair strands for about 2 minutes.

Use your detangling brush to brush the hair through the bundle for about 3 minutes.

Let the hair sit and process for 3 hours.

Step 5: Rinse (3 Mins)

Rinse the color out and you let it air dry. Enjoy your beautiful fall burgundy ombre hair color!

Final Results! (After Sew-in Install)

I hope you enjoyed and learned some new skills from this tutorial! If you have any questions or want to tell me how I did, please leave me a comment below. Thank you honeys!

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