Section off the hair you want to dip dye. Use a rubber band to isolate the ends. Bleach the ends of your hair, following all of the bleach directions from Splat. Then apply Splat color to bleached ends after the hair is washed and dried completely. Use 1 color or several color to the strands of choice. Follow the all of the Splat coloring directions.
A. Apply vaseline or conditioner around the hairline, forehead, and on the ears. Wear protective gloves.
A. No. Bleaching hair will provide deep vibrant colors that will last much longer. Non-bleached hair will have a very subtle hint of color and will fade very quickly.
A. No, the color will be subtle and will wash off fairly quickly.
A. Use a hair dresser's cape or towel to protect clothing and counter tops. Use Vaseline on forehead and ears to protect from staining. Make sure hair is completely dry before going to bed.
A. Washing with baking soda will remove the dye. It is faster than soap, less harmful than rubbing alcohol and it only takes one or two scrubbings.
The more the color is exposed to water, the quicker it will come off. You may also try rubbing alcohol.
A. Washing with baking soda may help remove the dye or use a solvent such as rubbing alcohol to remove stains. Mix alcohol with shampoo and let the mixture remain on the area for at least 5-10 minutes, then scrub the area after 10 minutes. If stain is not completely gone, repeat process. Nail Polish Remover may clean Splat off counter tops.
A. Bleach is irritating to skin and the scalp is a very sensitive area.
A. The lighter the blonde you achieve the brighter the Splat Color will be, if your hair is a darker blonde after the bleach process the Splat Color will look a bit darker.
A: Chlorine will not effect Splat color. However, the water will cause Splat color to fade at quicker rate.
A. Most likely, yes. However, you may need more bleaching material.
A. For vibrant, long-lasting color, yes
A. If your hair is in good condition you can use Splat hair color.
A. Yes, after bleaching wash hair well and dry before applying Splat Color.
A. Yes, if your you have longer thicker hair, you may need 2 boxes of Splat.
A. Splat colors last much longer and are very vibrant. We are the only color on the market that lasts 6 weeks or longer.
A. Apply Splat with foils or cling wrap and after the hair is coated with Splat color, seal it and go onto the next section of hair to be streaked.
A. We recommend tying the off the tips of his hair with hair ties. Then bleach the tips. Wash off bleach. Dry hair and then apply the color.
Splat color can be diluted with a white conditioner. The more conditioner added the lighter the color will be. Please keep in mind that Splat colors performance is reliant on the correct pH. Although using a conditioner to dilute the color is possible, the color will not be as vibrant nor last as long. Splat colors can also be mixed with each other - so you can mix Pink Fetish with Lusty Lavender to get your own unique shade!
A. Unfortunately, there is not much that will remove the stain from fabrics. You can try a mixture of shampoo and rubbing alcohol and let the mixture remain on for 10 minutes prior to scrubbing the area. Test the mixture on an inconspicuous area prior to applying mixture to carpet.
A. No, your scalp is a very sensitive area and bleaching agents are irritants. If you feel severe burning wash off material immediately and consult a doctor.
A. The shower cap keeps in body and allows for better penetration of color. Also, the cap keeps the body heat even from root through end.
A. No, however, the bleaching process can be damaging.
A. Splat colors may not completely wash out of the hair after 6 weeks. We have many customers notify us that their color has been in for many months and they are happy to have a color last that long. Once Splat has completely faded from hair you will be left with the bleached color you had before applying the Splat color. A slight tint from the color can also be left on the hair.
A. You will have to re-color with a color similar to your natural color. Use a color filler and do not process for longer than 5 minutes on your previously processed hair.
A. The less you wash it the longer the color will last. Stay away from swimming. Make sure your hair bleached up to the pale blonde stage and is completely dry before applying the Splat color.
A. Yes, be careful not to get bleaching agents on the scalp.
A. Permanent dyes are not as vibrant as direct dyes, so companies don't make them this way.
You can use Splat without the need to bleach prior if your hair is light light gray Splat should show. The color will always be more vibrant and longer lasting on prebleached hair but I think it will still turn out well for you. The only way to truly know the outcome is to do a strand test on a small section of hair prior to doing the full procerss.
A. Always consult with your doctor when applying any chemical to your hair.
A. Splat uses direct dyes. Color Oops can not remove direct dyes.
A. The only way is to bleach the color out.
A. Splat has only been tested for human use. We can not say whether it can safely be used on any animal.
A. NO, Color Oops and Satin Color Reverse will not work on direct dyes like Splat Hair Color.
No, Splat hair color does not contain metallic salts.
Cusomter feedback: "I found that if I ever get splat on my floor or counter Mr. Clean Magic erasers. (Not for use on skin.)
Jet Black can be permanent if processed for 30 minutes. If processed for 15 minutes Jet Black is semi permanent