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home>>beauty & fashion>>hair care>>hair color>>Finding the Right Hair Color for You

Finding the Right Hair Color for You

by: Sarah Freeland

The first thing that you need to do to find the right hair color for you is to decide how long you want the coloring to last. If you just want to add a punch of color to your hair for a party, a special occasion or just to suite a mood then you will want to use a temporary hair coloring. Temporary hair coloring is usually an acid based formula that is designed to only coat the hair strand instead of penetrating the hair shaft. This allows the coloring to be washed out after a few shampoos.

Semipermanent hair coloring is another hair color option that you have. It lasts longer than temporary hair coloring because it has smaller molecules that are able to soak into the hair shaft. However, this hair coloring doe not use a developer so it will not last as long as permanent hair coloring will last.

If you are looking for a more permanent hair dye then you may want to consider a demipermanent hair coloring. This treatment uses a hair color cream that has a mild developer. This type of coloring will typically last a few months. This option is great for covering grey hair.

After selecting the length of time that your hair color will last your next choice is to determine whether you want a natural or chemical hair coloring. Natural hair colorants will typically create a temporary hair tint. Some of the natural hair tints that you can use include cranberry juice, tea and henna. Chemical hair coloring agents can be found in do-it-yourself hair coloring kits and they can also be found at your local hair salon. Natural hair colorants are gentler on your hair and skin then chemical hair coloring agents, however, they do not last as long.

The final thing that you need to decide on when looking for the right hair coloring for you is what color you want to select. If you are looking for hair color ideas they you can always look for a celebrity of hair model that has the same skin tones as you do to see what hair colors will work the best for you. You can also ask a cosmetologist to help you select the right hair base color and highlight colors.

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