Have you Red hair?
Go to a salon for a risk-free radical transformation, and trust your hairdresser, they know what they're talking about! Colour-wise, they won't just pick ther first one that comes ot them either: "The ideal colour suits the client's skintone, haircut and wardrobe," says Jon, from Jean-Claude Biguine.- Remember that if you go for a permanent colour, you'll have to wait for it to grow out to get back your natural colour, it won't fade over a few washes! Be sure before you take the plunge. You also have to be prepared to make a commitment to maintaining your new colour. As your roots grow, you'll need touch-ups every couple of months.
Cover grey hair:
How you cover grey hair, depends on how grey you are: - If less than 30% of your hair is grey, ie a few stray hairs spread over your head, they should blend in with highlights.
- Go for thicker streaks or lowlights if you have betwee 30% and 50% grey hair.
- If you are more than 50% grey, you will have to change your all-over hair colour permantently to cover them.