This Is Why You Should Test Hair Dye Before Use (Photos)

You know that rule of thumb that says to always patch test hair dye before using it on your entire head? Well, you might want to make sure you actually do it. Imgur user thechosenginger shows us exactly the problem with not sticking to this, as she showed photos of her friend who suffered from an extreme allergic reaction from dying her hair. The images the Imgur user posted showed how her friend's five-day reaction to the dye went down. This is what could happen if you forget to test your hair dye. The user captioned her photos with, “So, my friend had a pretty ridiculous allergic reaction to hair dye…” The first photo shows  “the day she decided to go the ER." The friend appears to have experienced some serious facial swelling. The next photo shows what the woman normally looks like, making the other images even more alarming in comparison. This is what could happen if you forget to test your hair dye. And the following images show how the allergic reaction affected the friend over the next several days. This is what could happen if you forget to test your hair dye. By the third and fourth days, the swelling seems to switch from a round shape to a square shape. But the fourth day also proves the swelling is beginning to decrease. This is what could happen if you forget to test your hair dye. [bctt tweet="This Is Why You Should Test Hair Dye Before Use (Photos)"] The fifth day shows that the swelling is almost over. This is what could happen if you forget to test your hair dye. “This, internet friends, is why you’re supposed to test hair dye on your hand before rubbing it on your head,” a user noted. Do you know anyone who has had a similar allergic reaction? Source: Opposing Views [caption id="attachment_120647" align="alignleft" width="100"]@BodyRockTV @BodyRockTV[/caption] [caption id="attachment_120646" align="alignleft" width="100"]@BodyRockOfficial @BodyRockOfficial[/caption]

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