Do I Color My Hair Then Texturize Or Vice Versa ?


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HippieGal answered
You want to texturize it after you color. This is because coloring your hair fills the hair cuticle with color, thereby giving it more weight and texture. (Makes it seem like you have more/thicker hair)
Texturizing after coloring allows the stylist to know how much it still needs to be texturized in order to get the look you want.

(I am stylist 21 years)
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Anonymous answered
You will need to color your hair first. If you were ever to go to any salon to get this done they would texturize/cut after the coloring process. It almost doesn't seem to make sense that way, but that is what the professionals say. I get my hair dyed and texturized quite often, and it is done that way every time.

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