How to Cover Gray Hair

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How to Cover Gray Hair

This is how the world works. Sooner or later, you will develop gray hair. When you hit your thirties or forties, you will soon discover at least some gray in your hair that will make you look older.

Gray hair can be stubborn and can sometimes be hard to get rid of through coloring; however, there are ways to solve this problem. If you want to cover your gray hair, here are a few things you should remember:

Ask the experts. Before attempting to cover gray hair, you should try to set up a schedule first with a reputable salon. They will inspect your hair’s general condition to make sure that it is safe to use any hair-coloring product.

Take charge or leave it to the experts? You have two options — you may ask to have the colors applied professionally by a salon color specialist or you may apply products designed for home use.

Shade selection. Choose a shade closer to your hair color but you can also experiment on a new look. The effect of hair color depends on your existing one so be aware that effects may vary from person to person.

How long will it last? You may want to ask that question when selecting a hair-coloring product. Some products wash out in eight shampoos, while some can last for a month. There are also permanent ones so make sure you consult this issue with any beauty expert. Try a temporary one especially if you are a newbie to see what suits you best.

Say hi to highlights. Why not consider getting highlights? You can introduce several shades into your natural color so that your gray hair will be less visible.

Take note of the instructions. Read the label and follow directions exactly. Your hair is pretty sensitive so you better be careful in applying any type of product to your hair.

Go max! Look for the grayest areas of your head. Usually people have more gray hair at their crown and temples than the back of their heads. Apply hair color to the grayest areas to allow the mixture enough time to work.

Go light! Prolong the time between touchups by lightening your hair with a few shades in case you are a brunette. Blondes are luckier since their gray hair is less visible than those with darker shades of hair.

Next time you notice gray hair in the mirror, don’t fret. With the right usage of hair-coloring product and correct application, you will have no problems covering your gray hair.

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  1. jason ward said,

    on July 16th, 2009 at 7:41 pm

    i getting lot of gray hair in my head and i allow 16 teen yrs old how do i stop gray hair from comeing