Having strands of grey hair does not necessarily mean that you are old. There are some people who trigger the appearance of their grey hair during their early teen years. There is no way that you can prevent the manifestation of grey hair, however, there are simple ways that you can do in order to temporarily get rid of it.
Hair color experts recommend that in the event of a minimal strand of a grey hair, you don’t need to completely color your hair. However, you can hide these grey hairs by using a demi-permanent color. It will make a stain on your grey hair creating a natural color that blends on your hair. Lots of men choose this option, helping to blend the gray while keeping their color looking natural.
While box color that you can buy at your local drug store has a very high ammonia content and can dry and damage your hair, the permanent color we use in the salon has a low ammonia content and is gentler and softer on your hair. The professional hair care products we use contain innovative ingredients and technology, which create a fine variety of colors and prevent them from getting too dark while keeping your hair healthy.
Demi-Permanent Hair Gloss
Another different option for having demi-permanent hair shading would be the gloss treatment, which will add shine to your dull and damaged locks while improving your regular shade, creating the natural glow of your hair. While hair gloss is typically suggested for people who have never had a hair color treatment by the hair color specialist it’s an awesome decision for somebody looking to cover up greys. Hair Gloss can make an impact without utilizing permanent color, which is a lot better for the hair and offers low support as well. Hair gloss will generally last up to six weeks before it starts to fade out. In the event that you start seeing a strand of grey hair, relax, as stress will only increase the possibility of triggering more grey hair. You may be tempted to remove those grey hairs using a tweezers, but hair color experts are advising you to avoid from doing it. While it does not necessarily promote the production of additional grey hair, the hair that will replace it will be a lot shorter and it has a tendency to stick out. It will also damage the hair follicle causing it to thin out.
If you start finding those grey hairs and want some help, contact us today and schedule an appointment to get rid of those pesky grey hairs.