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Transition from dyed gray to natural hair

Gray hair can be beautiful. No need to call you a pill or time after time. However, when your hair turns gray, it will go through changes, and you will need to consider your natural coloration, along with the new needs of your hair.

Transition from dyed gray to natural hair 2

Gray hair can be attractive and you can "go platinum" gradually.

Step 1

Gray hair tends to be thicker and can turn yellow with excessive heat. When you are ready for a sharp change, just grow the dyed hair with regular decorations. To be more subtle, use brighter colors for a gradual transition. Don't try to copy your natural color – the skin changes with age and the resulting color appears very dark.

Step 2

Learn your natural color. Your hair will look more natural if you choose colors that match the color of your skin. If you have dark hair, your gray will be more visible, but it can look quite amazing. Some of the lighter blondes can just let dyed hair go over as the contrast is much thinner.

Step 3

Ask a stylist to help you design your gray hair transition. Dark hair can look good with a semi-permanent shade that is lighter than the natural hair color, and then lighter as they become gray, with flowerpots and colored tastes for high and low. If you are looking for funny changes, you can choose from a series of lighter colors and experiment with shades until you reach a light, cool blonde. Then you can regenerate this color.

Step 4

Caution! for colors that do not cover the gray when you make the transition yourself. There are specially formulated colors to cover the gray. Alternatively, you can use colors that do not cover the gray. You can use home colors in shades lighter than your natural color, leaves to add color streaks and color shades to add dimension to your hair while slightly camouflaging the gray.