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As for the answer above that stated that gray hair absorbs color more quickly, that is definitely not the case. My gray hair takes much longer for the color to take than the hair that is still its natural color, as is also the case with gray hair for most people. So before dying it for the first time you need to do a test strand to determine how well your hair absorbs the color.
Yes, it's just the natural color of her hair. (Depends on the real color of her hair)
no but you can dye it back to the original color
I am a hairstylist that specializes in haircolor. My best opinion is to go to a professional. To color gray hair you need the 3 primary colors that are missing to "fill" the hair (the remaining color in gray hair is missing you need to put those back in- if you don't you get color that fades, color that isn't true, etc) A warmer natural based color will do best.
Get some Grey Hair dye! WHY DO YOU WANT YOUR HAIR GREY?
"I find the best hair color to completely cover gray hair is L'Oreal
Consult a hair stylist you trust.
his hair color is gray and black but mostly gray
When you bleach your hair, you are stripping all color pigment from your hair. You will need to wait for new hair to grow back for your hair to return to normal.
Yes. Blonde is the best to cover gray hair.
Science hasn't taken us that far yet. That's why there's hair dye.
L'oreal Frost & Design Hair Color is ideal for gray hair. It offers coverage as well as a sublte way to blend gray into highlights.
Pick a hair dye that is specifically made to be used on gray hair, and the covering of gray hair. It will take to hair with no color for longer.
If a person wants to color their gray hair, they must remember that gray hair is more difficult to color than other hair. The colorant will need to be left on the hair for a longer period than non-gray hair. Also, one will have better success with color tones have some red pigment in them.
His hair was gray. But of course that was when he was old. I don't know his natural hair color.
You can try using henna to color your hair.
Yes you can cut your gray hair, but it will grow back gray.
Going gray is part of life. As we get older the pigment (color) cells in the roots of our hair -- our hair follicles -- gradually die. As the color cells die, the hair loses its color and it becomes transparent. The age that we start going gray is determined by our genetics. Some people go gray very young.