i died my hair in first tri before i found out, and i told the doctor and she said it should be fine but if i wanted to do it again to make sure that you go to a salon because they can do it like the other girls said, not touching your scalp, if you really cant afford the salon cause i know their crazy prices ( especially here in canada) to not bleach your hair or if you can get someone to do it for you with a brush and just not touch your scalp with the dye. If it does dont worry to much just be careful and get fresh air and dont do it often, if you can live with waiting till later in 2nd tri its best, 3rd and 1st tri arent good to dye your hair in if you do it at home. But rarely is it a huge concern.
It's not I have died and bleached my hair a bunch of times throughout this pregnancy. I have family in the hair business that will say 10000 that dying your hair while pregnant has nothing to do with the baby at all. If you are in a small closed room with fumes and powerful chemicals making it hard to breathe or anything like that....then yeah thats not the smartest thing haha but other than that..dye has no possible way to go into your scalp and into your system to effect your baby....neither does bleach. So dont listen to all that garbage lmao
I am a little over ten weeks and just got a ton of highlights put in. My ob told me its fine just the color may not turn out exactly how you want.. which it did come out a lot lighter than I wanted but im pretty sure that was my hairdressers fault lol
Hi Hun! Just make sure u are in a really really well ventilated area. Breathing in the chemicals can be harmful! A friend of mine who used box dye's would get her friend to do it out side. (if the weather was nice)
I waited until I was way into my second trimester before I dyed my hair. I had bleach highlights put through so the dye didn't touch my head until it was being washed out. if you want to due it then speak to your midwife if you are worried and make sure the room is well ventilated too im having my hair redyed for my mums wedding next Friday aswell.
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