No one has enough information to promise with certainty that using chemical dyes during pregnancy is completely safe, so many pregnant women wait until after the first trimester. At the same time, no one has any human data to show these chemicals cause birth defects. Over the years, people have conducted animal studies trying to shed light on this matter. Some, but not all, studies have shown a few of the chemical compounds in hair dyes to be teratogenic (causing birth defects). However, in many cases the animals were exposed to extremely high doses of these chemicals, doses in no way equivalent to the exposure of the woman who colours her hair every month or two. Clearly, the chemicals in both permanent and semi-permanent hair dyes are not highly toxic. These chemicals have been around a long time, and no research shows they cause defects in newborns, so colouring your hair during pregnancy is probably safe. Plus, if you apply the dyes safely (using gloves in a well-ventilated room, and not leaving solutions on for excessive periods of time), you don't really absorb much of the chemicals into your system. One alternative you might consider is highlighting, painting, or frosting your hair. You absorb hair colouring agents into your system through your skin (scalp), not through your hair shaft. So, any process -- such as streaking -- that puts less of the chemical in contact with your scalp reduces your exposure to the compounds in dyes. Some experts recommend vegetable dyes as a good alternative to synthetic chemical agents during pregnancy. Many of these dyes also contain some of the same synthetic chemical compounds that the major cosmetic companies put in their permanent and semi-permanent dyes. Pure henna, which comes in a number of colours, is the exception. Henna is a semi-permanent vegetable dye considered to be very safe, though not everyone loves the hues it may impart! It's important for women to feel good about themselves during pregnancy. Whether colouring your hair will make you feel good or cause you to worry needlessly for nine months is something to think about. If you do colour your own hair while expecting, wear gloves and work in a well-ventilated space to minimise your exposure to the harsh chemicals used in the colouring process. What I would say is that "No" it is not good to wash hair while being pregenant!
no chemicals in dye are unsafe
If I were you, I wouldn't dye my hair because it ruins your hair. So no, it isn't safe to dye your hair.
The colors blue and yellow makes green.
Yes, it is perfectly safe to dye hair while on antibiotics. If you have an allergic reaction to the hair dye, you may need to seek medical attention.
There have been no studies to prove that hair dye is harmful to an unborn baby. However if you have reservations about using regular dye you could use a vegetable based dye which is "said" to be safer.
yes it is safe to dye a child's hair because i know many kids that had it done and they are fine
According to the National Women's Health Information Center, the answer to whether it is safe to dye hair during pregnancy is not clear as of November 2004. The probability is that only a small amount of hair dye is absorbed into your body. This makes it unlikely that the modest amount of chemicals absorbed by your system would reach your baby. No changes to developing babies were noted in the few animal and human studies that are complete. If you are unsure about whether you should dye your hair during pregnancy, you should share your concerns with your health care professionals.
Hair dye has not been linked to any form of birth defects.
well if you want to dye the babys hair no but if it is yours of course!!! take it from me i am a hair dresser
All hair dye is potentially damaging. If you colour & maintain your hair properly, yes, it can be bad.
I believe after a few months .. 2-4 or something .. it's safe to dye your hair in general. I'm not positive, seeing as I've never been pregnant. But I know my mother's friend dyed her hair when she was pregnant and her baby's fine. You're just not supposed to dye it in the early stages of the pregnancy.
its excatly the same as womans hair dye, safe if you take the right precautions such as bleaching, etc. i would try out temporary hair dye first
According to the society of hair dyers, it's completely fine to dye your hair during pregnancy. Due to the fact that the chemicals do not soak into your body and disturb your pregnancy. If you don't feel comfortable though, just wait until your done with your pregnancy.
I wouldn't dye your hair because the fumes that hair dye puts off are very bad. i would wait till after the baby is born before dying my hair.
depends how thick your hair is !!
Store bought, unprofessional hair color is safe but it is not very good quality.
You should wait to color your hair until your second trimester because this is after the critical stages of your baby's organ development are complete. The Organization of Teratology Information Specialists have been studying this for some time and they have concluded that there are no reports of hair dye causing changes in human pregnancies.http://www.babycenter.com/404_is-it-safe-to-dye-my-hair-during-pregnancy_3273.bc
Avoid hair dying while pregnant especially if it contains ammonia.
No,I don't think it's safe!
Once you are not breastfeeding, then I would say yes. I know you are not actually going to EAT the hair dye (imagine!), but any chemicals that stay in contact with your body for any length of time can get into your system in some way and may well get into your breastmilk.