One of the most common questions we get here at Arctic Fox is “do I have to bleach my hair to use the color?” While the answer to this question usually isn’t just a simple yes or no, there are definitely steps you can take to maximize the color payoff you’ll get on a variety of unbleached hair types!
Does Arctic Fox work on dirty hair?
For application of Arctic Fox Semi Permanent Hair Color, please wash hair with Shampoo and do not condition hair. … Hair can be dry or slightly wet for the application.
Can I leave Arctic Fox hair dye in overnight?
Place a plastic cap over the hair and leave color on for at least 1/2 hour or more. Arctic Fox hair color will NOT damage your hair and has added conditioner, so leaving it on for longer will not hurt a thing.
Which is better artic fox or Manic Panic?
The long-lasting quality of Arctic Fox makes for a gradual fade that works with your existing hair colour. Manic Panic is known for lasting for fewer washes than Arctic Fox, while Pulp Riot sits in the middle with a good track record in fading true to tone.
Will Arctic Fox fade out completely?
Arctic Fox is NOT PERMANENT. According to the manufacturer, it completely fades after 24 washes. The more you wash your hair, the faster it fades. The duration can be extended according to the intensity of the tone you choose and your base color.
Can I mix Arctic Fox with developer?
No you can’t mix arctic fox hair dye with any developer or peroxide or anything else that’s meant to lighten hair.
Does Arctic Fox work better on clean or dirty hair?
Before you apply Arctic Fox you’ll need clean and dry hair so make sure you rinse with shampoo only (no conditioner) and fully dry the hair before application. … If you do apply Arctic Fox Hair Color just after you bleach your hair it will help to condition the hair which is key!
How can I make my Arctic Fox last longer?
- Make dry shampoo your bestie. Dry shampoo is a great option for extending the life of your color! …
- Rinse with cold water. …
- Avoid Sulfates and Silicone. …
- Add some color to your conditioner. …
- Try a color sealing product. …
- Avoid high heat styling. …
- Pay attention to your products.