Gray transition Hacks and Hints
Are you ready to free your gray hair?
Here are some tips for the 'gray
Not only are grays beautiful, they are now
Here are some ideas to transition to gray,
in any shade, and in the most natural,
healthy and attractive way possible.
1-Cut your hair
Part of keeping your hair healthy requires
that it be trimmed regularly, but when it
comes to growing your hair out, getting a
good haircut also serves the purpose of
cutting through the old color.
Disguise with a coloured rinse.
Even with the lighter color, and shorter
hair, as your gray grows out, it will still be
visible. Natural sunlight or bright lighting
will make the gray hair more noticeable. If
you prefer to camouflage the new growth
a bit more, you can temporarily hide it by
using a non-permanent rinse of hair color
2-Add highlights to your hair
Another way to make the process of
transitioning to gray hair easier is to add
highlights or lowlights to your hair. You
can start with stronger lights and
gradually reduce the contrast so your
own gray comes into play.
No matter what approach you take to
grow out your gray, you will need to be
patient. During the process, you will
surely receive comments from family
and friends. Some will think "It's great!"
While others may say things, "You
are too young to go gray.”
The transition time will help you
readjust to the change and give you
time to discover new make up in colors
that complement your new look.
Why does the grey hair turn yellow?
Environmental reasons could include:
Over-processed hair product chemicals
Natural oils on the scalp
Mineral deposits from the water
entering the shower
Discoloration from smoke
Pollutants in the air, including smog and
car exhaust, chlorine from a swimming pool.
One solution is change shampoos. There
are blue and purple shampoos available
that can neutralizes yellow tones and
keeps hair white. Avoid shampoos with