Published at Friday, March 13th 2020. by Mia Schulz in Long.
Regular treatments such as a hair mask once a week and a hot oil treatment once a month will make sure that your hair is well moisturized and help with fading. Another great way to prevent fading is to use hair products that contain sun protection so that the sun does not fade your hair.
Demi-permanent colors will add enriched color and shine and will blend away grey hair. They have a lower level of peroxide than permanent color and will have less structural impact on your hair strands. A demi-permanent color will gradually fade over 4 to 6 weeks.
Permanent hair color will lighten your natural color up to 3 shades and will cover grey. It will remain in your hair until it grows out. The quality and range of hair color has improved significantly over the last few years and can be used to achieve a variety of effects that can leave your hair looking natural or funky.
With so many types of hair color on the market these days it is very difficult to know what you truly need and what is best for your hair. Add to that the increasing number of brands with new and exciting names and flashy strategies all trying to grab a piece of the multi-billion dollar pie, and you can easily end up being completely overwhelmed when choosing a hair color.
There are of course some exceptions where combinations of warm and cool hair colors can be used together in various techniques for contrast or specific purposes, but this should be left to the care of highly trained hair colorists only.
By matching this copper blonde hair color with this warm peaches and cream complexion, we end up with a hair color that looks natural and blends well with the color of the skin.
Lowlights are strands of hair that are darker than your base color and are used to add texture to your hair or for a more dramatic look. Semi-permanent glosses add shine and make hair look healthy and fade out naturally so there is no need for touch-ups.
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