Rosa’s Guidance On Grey Hair

Rosa 1Are your silvery roots coming through? We have so many clients sit in our chairs and ask for advice on what to do with their colour. Embrace the greys? Cover them? Add even more grey? 

While embracing the grey and going lighter can be liberating the most natural sounding, it is actually one of the biggest changes you can make to your hair, especially when there is dye present. We must use bleach to lift out any artificial colour and as well as the natural pigment. While the grey hairs themselves aren't hard to lift, any dark hair in between will first go orange before reaching a level light enough to tone to white. Depending on the hair colour and texture, the result will vary and you may have to bleach more than once.

Even if you lift to the lightest possible shade, no toner is truly permanent so you will always fade back to warm, which will contrast with your naturally cooler roots. 

So, you don't want to bleach but are sick of that regrowth line. Where do you stand?

A lovely option to go for is a few lowlights, permanent or semi, depending how much coverage you're after. This way you can leave the more fragile ends untouched, while the darker colour is brought up in foils. By switching to lowlights and only covering a percentage of the hair, you avoid the harsh grow out from a full head tint.

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