I have started to have grey hair. colouring is the only option??
Any other suggestions.
Colour it, leave it grey, shave it off or wear a wig - these are your options.
Or pluck. My mum used to give my bother and me 20c for each grey hair we pluck off her head.
How many non-grey ones did you and your brother pull out skincare junkie ?!
Noticed my first grey or two at age 32 - 2 wks before my first child was born!
I did pluck them out at the top of my hairline then as they spread I gave up - no time with 3 kids.
I constantly home dye and the benefit of being in my 50's is bad eyesight - don't notice the regrowth as much!
Wish I was a foot taller then no one else would notice my grey roots!
I think colouring is the best option. Since getting more greys, I've started getting my hair coloured blonde foils so the grey isn't as noticeable. In between salon visits I use 1000 hour hair colour stick which covers my greys for the day but I need to apply it each morning.
Depends on your age? I've found a few sneaky greys. I'm in my mid 30s so dye it when I remember
Know the feeling too well, I got lighter blonder/caramel foils to try blend it in but don't notice much of a difference! Dying close to your natural colour I would say
When I had just a few greys (aka silver highlights), I used a DIY rinse that gradually washed out. However when I got lots of them, I started using a permanent dye. Schwarzkopf works best for me.
When I started to get greys throughout my hair my hairdresser gave me a full head of foils in a cool blonde tone to blend then with each visit she just does root touchups for greys. The greys blend in a lot more now
I have lighter foils in my hair which helps blend the greys in. The good thing with having foils is I can get away with several months without colouring.
I agree, I get foils and I my greys aren't so noticeable. I love that I don't have to get it touched up as regularly as all over blonde
Yep, get foils and they will blend in. A good hairdresser will be able to help you cover them.
I started getting greys when I was 30 and initially pulled them out but then I got blonde foils throughout my hair (which was kind of like salt and pepper at the time). I've continued having blonde foils put in with sometimes caramel. I still have some whitey blonde hairs from when I was little still around.
I love what my hairdresser does now, it's blonde but yes you can see some greys, white also.
It depends on your age & how many greys you have.
I got my first grey at 16 (yep, that's right - plucked my first one out in a fit of panic) but I didn't start dyeing my hair until I was 27. By that time I was sick of seeing them & although they kinda blended into my naturally ash brown hair, it just felt like the right time to start doing it. I suppose I could've gone & got foils but no, I went the full colour job instead & went chocolate brown. My greys are concentrated at my roots & they're getting worse now that I'm getting older - I can't tell whether I have any natural colour left.
My brother & I got our first greys in primary school! I went platinum a few years ago, thinking my hair had more white/grey than brown - I was so wrong! My regrowth looked black! I went back to dyeing it brown, but I know how hard it is to tell what natural colour you've got left just by regrowth alone.
Grey hair is funny, as we are already programmed with the information to begin the greying process when we are born :(. But I know massaging our scalps can result in a cleaner fresher and healthier scalp with growth. Massaging your scalp takes vital nutrients to the scalp directly the blood supply and feeding our follicle. Having Vitamins and Proteins like fish can help too :)
I'm a natural brunette and had dark, block colour hair but it made it hard to hide the greys I have coming through. Since hitting my 30s they've been a tad more noticeable. So I've lightened my hair with some highlights etc and it hides them so much better between dye jobs. Sorry but I don't know any other option other than dying... unless you shave your head ;P.
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