No. Most of it is to do with the genes. Look at your mother and father. If they have gray hair then you'll get it too. Sometimes head injuries will damage the pigment of the scalp and gray hair can occur in that spot. Straightening your hair yourself without a professionals advice is very hard on the hair and if you can stop! Even blow-drying your hair is hard on it as is hot weather. Just like your face have a day or two where you wear no make-up and let your skin breath. Hair should get a rest too. Some people don't know that they should have 3 different types of shampoos on the go. The hair can get too use to one shampoo and you may find the frizzies happening. If you are of black origin then it's quite popular to straighten hair. To give your hair a rest buy a wig! Wigs are really in fashion and if you go to a good wig shop no one would know the difference if you wore one. A good case is Oprah. She always looks good, but does wear wigs at times.
Hello, A straightening iron can burn your hair but it wouldn't burn it to such a extent that your hair would turn grey hun. When the straightening iron burns hair, it usually becomes brittle or dry or looks similar to static. But when most hair is burnt to a high enough extent, it disintigratesthe strand of hair that has been burnt.
Yes, the chemicals can make your hair turn gray faster than usual.
When people get old their hair turns gray and I know how... Their hair cells die and their hair turns gray. :)
It grows out gray from the roots.
Yes I have found that using a heated flat iron on my white silver hair has yellowed it. Now I am trying to figure out how to correct this. I hope to come across an answer with out cutting off all my very long hair.
when you get old, your hair turns gray/white. so all of your hair (including pubic hair) will be like that
It depends on how you have the straightening done. You need to find a professional on hair straightening if you want it, and be very careful when you do it at home. At home you should brush your hair 100 times after you get out of the shower and then use a straightener meant to turn wet hair straight. Then put in a very strong holding hairspray.
no, when you cut your hair, your hair grows healthier and gray hair doesnt happen as much only if your in your old ages. But , cutting it doesnt do anything but keep it heealthy and most of all if you have thin hair.
Type your answer here... because you ware the color out
Y our hair turn gray is when you lose pigment. Pigment is the colour inside our hair. When people get older, there bodies don't produce as much pigment as when they are young. It is natural. If you dont believe me, ask your teacher! I just learnt it today!
Get grey hair dye or just let it turn natural grey.
yes since I have seen yorkies with blue gray hair Mine had the blue gray hair when we got him at 8mos.
Hair goes grey because pigment cells in the hair base at the roots of the hair stop producing melanin.
yes it can after some time it will. Your roots will grow out and your natural hair (which is gray) will need to be coloured again.
It loses the pigment as you get older.
Almost all color hair (if it soes turn colors) will go gray first and then fade lighter to a whiter shade.
Yes. Even you get beard, side brows, eye brows and arm pits cover with gray hair too.
you can always make it look a lot thicker. by when straightening your hair turn the ends of your hair inwards or you can tease your hair with a comb hope this helps (:
It's widely believed a Parisian named Marcel Gateau invented the first heated tool used for straightening hair in 1872. Years later, at the turn of the 20th century, African American hairstylist Madam CJ Walker innovated hair straightening for black women by using a straightening comb. Since then, straightening tools have improved with technology
No. Smoking can not turn your hair green. it can do other things like turn your teeth yellow and turn your hair gray and get wrinkles. Also die sooner.
well I have known for gray first then as you get older it turns white
Only if it is an herbal hair dye.