GREYING HAIR COLOUR
For those that have moved over to the grey side I say move back! Grey hair can make you look washed out, pate and faded. Grey hair absorbs light and generally looks flat and dull.The texture can often be coarse and frizzy.
The day we notice our first grey hair (it’s actually white hair there’s no such thing as a grey hair) can be quite a shock. For most people grey hair hits in the prime of life although for many men and women the greying process starts earlier sometimes even in late teens.
Nature plays a cruel trick and robs the hair of melanin (the substance that gives hair its colour). And what makes it worse is that grey hair often goes hand in hand with the first wrinkles or the slightly expanding waistline it’s no wonder that most woman hit the bottle and never stop from that point on. Anything but grey hair!
Ffowever, there are scores of women out there who don’t want the hassle of maintaining a hair colour and would rather’grow old gracefully’. Women who resist the bottle and still look good are usually those who are genetically blessed, have a chic demeanour with striking eyes and looks, fabulous skin, great figures and would look good
whatever their hair colour. But for those who are less fortunate, grey hair can be a serious no no.
When hair colour is put back into grey hair it automatically makes hair look shinier, healthier and younger. Grey hair really does drain colour from the face and a few strands of coloured hair next to the skin can make a huge difference. There are plenty of options, from low lights to highlights to total coverage but in my opinion, hair with colour is definitely better than hair without colour.