When coloring bleached hair remember that ash and brown color hair can give a green tint, especially on the dry ends. If you want to dye bleached hair in a dark shade then it is better to prefer warm tones with a Golden sheen.
If you want to recolor bleached hair to your natural color, it is also not so simple. Do not expect much that you'll get your natural shade on the hair. It is better in this case to seek the assistance of the hairdresser, which will prompt you with professional paint that is appropriate for your hair type. Do not look for your natural color on the package of paints sold in the store, because on bleached hair these dyes may behave very unpredictable.
Another tip - choose a hair color shade lighter than your natural shade, since it is possible that the effect of staining is more intense than you realize. Do not keep the paint on the hair more than a specified time, the color is also too dark.
After coloring your hair use shampoos and conditioners to enhance and maintain the color, they wash the pigments from the hair. While the color is not to fixate on the hair (and this will need to produce at least another 2-3 staining, don't do masks with oils for the hair that promote flushing the dye from the hair.
If you are going to dye bleached hair to a dark color: red, black, red, you should know that these shades fall on bleached hair is extremely bad - your hair can become dirty-red or dull gray. From dark shades is best to choose those that are close to natural: chocolate, walnut, etc.
Applying the color on bleached hair, start doing it from the back. On whiskey and ends apply the paint of the paint and that the color was more even.