Can You Mix Adore Hair Dye With Conditioner?

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Can you mix Adore hair dye with conditioner? Yes, you can mix Adore hair dye with conditioner, but it depends on your hair goals. You might want to do this for multiple reasons, but if it’s specifically to dye your hair then we don’t recommend that because the color will not be the same.

If you’re looking to get a lighter color and that is your reasoning, then maybe consider choosing a lighter color from the Adore Hair Dye line, because they’re sure to have the color you’re looking for, instead of using conditioner to dilute it. You may use conditioner to make a colored hair mask to brighten your hair.

So you can use conditioner and Adore hair dye for something, just maybe not the initial dyeing process. In this post, I’ll show you how to use Adore hair dye, the best practices for mixing hair dye and conditioner, and how to use mixed dye to achieve the best results. For more insights keep reading!

Can You Use Conditioner With Adore Dye?

Yes, you can use conditioner with Adore hair dye. If you want to get the most out of your Adore hair dye, you can mix it with conditioner to create a color mask that will moisturize your hair and extend the color life of your hair. Be sure to use a sulfate-free conditioner to have the best effect on your hair.

Remember to only do this if your hair is already dyed with that color and you’re using that same color inside of the conditioner. Using that on a regular basis will deposit a small amount of the dye into your hair which “redyes” it frequently, keeping your color vibrant and staying longer. The conditioner will obviously also moisturize your hair at the same time as touching up the color.

Can You Mix Conditioner With Semi-Permanent Dye?

Yes, mixing semi-permanent hair dye with conditioner is actually the only way to go. Semi-permanent hair dye doesn’t necessarily need a developer to activate it, making the conditioner just enough for it. You can use conditioner to somewhat make the color lighter if you’re just dyeing your hair for the first time.

But we recommend just buying the semi-permanent color that is light enough for your desired color, rather than mixing it with conditioner. If you’re looking to touch up your hair then this might be a good idea too. It will deposit some color while also moisturizing your hair and protecting it from the chemicals of the hair dye.

Can You Put Conditioner In Permanent Color?

Permanent hair dye isn’t the same as semi-permanent and it needs a bit more to be able to “stick” to your hair. You shouldn’t mix conditioner with a permanent hair dye because it will not mix well with the hair dye.

This could cause you to have an uneven color, not the color you wanted or it can cause some areas of your hair to not take the dye at all. You should use a developer to mix in with your permanent hair dye. This helps to activate the hair dye as well as nourish and protect your hair.

How Do I Use Adore Hair Color?

To use Adore hair dye you should start by shampooing and towel drying your hair. Make sure to put some sort of protectant around your hairline to protect your skin. You can use some sort of cream like a Vaseline. You can then apply the color thoroughly and evenly throughout your hair. Use a comb to make sure each strand is covered evenly in color.

Cover your hair with a shower cap or plastic bag to trap in the heat and wait for 15 minutes. Once the 15 minutes is up you should wash the color out of your hair with shampoo to make sure none is left in it. You can use a conditioner or hair mask to nourish your hair after the dyeing process. You can use a conditioner and hair dye mixture every once in a while to help keep your color vibrant.

How Long Does Adore Hair Dye Last?

Adore hair dye typically lasts about 3 to 4 weeks without much upkeep and with regular washing. It doesn’t fade away and doesn’t transfer to clothing when your hair is wet, which is a sign that the color is staying where it should be.

To prolong the hair color you should use a color-treated hair care system, like shampoos and conditioners. You could also create somewhat of a hair mask with conditioner and a bit of your hair dye color and use this once a week to keep up with the vibrancy of your hair color.

Does Adding Conditioner To Hair Dye Make It Last Longer?

Adding conditioner to your hair dye does not necessarily make it last longer. Actually, only mix conditioner with semi-permanent hair dye. And if you’re dyeing your hair with permanent hair dye, you should use a developer instead of a conditioner to mix with it.

This is because the conditioner will actually withhold the color from sticking properly to your hair, while the developer helps to activate the coloring process. If you’re mixing conditioner with semi-permanent hair dye, you can make a hair mask with your hair dye that can help to make your color last longer.

You can add a little bit of hair dye to your conditioner and use this once a week to have a boost to your color to keep it vibrant. You also should be using a color-safe shampoo and conditioner. Washing your hair too frequently will cause your color to fade faster than you may like, so limit the washes and add in a little more dry shampoo.

Mixing Adore Hair Dye With Conditioner: Final Thoughts

Overall, mixing Adore hair dye with conditioner isn’t ideal for the actual dyeing process. But, mixing Adore hair dye with a sulfate-free conditioner after dyeing your hair will help to boost your color vibrancy and extend the color life of your hair.

I don’t recommend mixing Adore hair dye and conditioner to achieve a lighter color. All the same, if you are looking for a healthy and long-lasting hue, the mixture can be used to moisturize and deposit color into your hair.

Always use a color-safe shampoo and make sure to follow directions on the product when using Adore hair dye to ensure you don’t damage your hair. Also, mixing Adore hair dye with developer can be a little tricky, so for a more detailed guide, be sure to check out our post entitled “Can You Mix Adore Hair Dye With Developer?”

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By Daphnie Bachmann

Daphnie Bachmann is an esthetician and beauty writer at Kintegra Research. She loves beauty and skincare. She always has her eyes open for the next new beauty or skincare product to test out and review. She's inspired by the beauty world and is always willing to share her beauty secrets!