What to look for when colouring your hair
April 10, 2012
A change is as good as a holiday, and the same applies to your hair. There is no need to keep the same hair colour year in and year out. There few things as uplifting as a new hair colour, and the colour is not only used to cover up greys. You can use it to change your look with every season or you can do so for a specific occasion. Ironically, grey was the fashion colour of the past season.
You can colour your hair at your local or favourite salon or you can do it yourself. When you ask your hairdresser to colour your hair it will work out more expensive but you can be assured of a decent and professional job.
Many people buy over the counter dyes to colour their hair. You become skilled in the process after you have done it a couple of times; you can however also co-opt a friend to help you with the process. In turn, you can colour their hair. Both men and women colour their hair and it is completely normal to see blond hair on people of all shapes and sizes.
Apart from changing the entire colour of your hair, you can add high lights or low lights to give character to your hair. The different shades in hair colour have been in fashion for a number of years and its popularity does not seem to wane.
If you prefer to colour your own hair, it is important to make sure that you are not allergic to the dye you want to use. Your hair can fall out or you can end up with a wild and unnatural colour in your hair, entirely not the colour or look you had in mind. Test the colour on a small portion of hair to ascertain the compatibility. The colouring of hair offers the user the opportunity to change or enhance a look and there are a great number of colours to choose from, you only need to discuss your requirements with your hairdresser to get on the road to a new you.