I agree with the post above me. I tried to dye my hair and it didn't change color. That is common during pregnancy as is the dye changing the texture of your hair, even if it's never happened before. Also, there is absolutely no evidence of dying your hair being harmful to a fetus. It's a personal choice whether or not to dye it, but remember there's no evidence to support it being dangerous.Hair Dye and PregnancyYes, it should come out the same. Being pregnant should have no affect on dying your hair. But it isn't recommended to dye your hair while pregnant. It is unknown what the chemicals used can do.
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I don't see the difference in dyin your hair whilst pregnant or not it ain't like you are going to drink the dye is it!
Many different things can affect hair color results, from medication to multi vitamins to pregnancy hormones. Therefore, the hormones that your body is now producing while pregnant has affected your hair color and will probably not turn out the way it did prior to your pregnancy.
Few medications would actually affect the results of haircolor. It is best to trust a professional hair colorist for perfect results.
yes contact lenses and being in the sun
Hair should be dry when coloring it. Any moisture left in the hair will dilute the color and affect the desired results.
how do color affect people how do color affect people
Yes, color can affect your memory.
how does color affect a person's mood
it doesn't affect the color, it is the metal that affects the color