Hair going gray and white is not something that most people want to happen. The good news is that seeing a hair colorist can make those grays and whites disappear. Below are some ways a hair colorist can help you when you have more noticeable grays and whites in your hair.
- Permanent or Semi-Permanent Dye– Usually a hair colorist recommends a permanent dye, as it will cover grays and whites more effectively. A lot of permanent dyes contain ammonia, which can be hard on your hair. If you are sensitive to this or simply wish to minimize the amount of ammonia in your hair dye, there are some that do have less. There are also options for ammonia-free hair dye. It’s a good idea to stay close to your natural color if you are less than 50 percent gray or white.
- Highlights or Lowlights– If you do not want to do an all-over color, highlights and lowlights are both great ways to contrast against the grays and whites. These make for a stylish look that will help you get used to your new color of hair. Again, if you are less than 50 percent gray, get highlights and lowlights that are close to your natural hair color.
Here at BEN Beauty Salon, we want you to love your hair every day! If you are starting to go gray or white and don’t want to embrace that change, schedule an appointment with one of our hair colorists today. We will help you love your hair again!