How Men Colour their Hair the Right Way
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Hair colouring is not exactly topic number one among men. Most men rather keep such issues to themselves. Some men decide to age with dignity, others at least want to create this appearance. Luckily, there are great ways to look better without showing up with obviously coloured hair
Men are quite happy to have their wives shop for their skin care and shaving products. Hair colour on the other hand is a different and quite personal matter. Every third hair colouring kit is sold directly to a man. Men have several hair colouring choices. They can hide the first grey hair, can spruce up their natural hair colour or try out a different shade.
Men Prefer Naturally Coloured Hair
Different from women, men only consider colouring their hair after their own natural production of hair pigments has started to decline and the first unwelcomed grey hairs have appeared. Another typically male concern is hair loss. The right hair colour can hide beginning male pattern baldness for a little while.
Colouring Men’s Hair the Right Way
Special products are available for men who want to colour their hair safely and efficiently and the new colouring gels for men’s hair cover the first grey hair in a few minutes
Hair colouring for men is particularly easy on the hair with the help of re-pigmentation crème with pigments resembling natural pigments. The crème is used like shampoo and with every application the hair absorbs some more pigments until the grey is completely covered. In the process, the hair does not absorb artificial pigments but rather the precursors of hair pigments, which fill the pigmentation gaps in greying hair and so replenish the natural hair pigmentation. This works well for hair that used to be medium blonde to black
Men who show the first signs of male pattern baldness have the option of lightening their hair just a little bit. The lighter hair blends better with the colour of the scalp, thus detracting from the appearance of thinning hair.
Colouring dark brown hair blonde or colouring blonde hair black is a courageous step. While it is possible to achieve colour differences of up to eight shades, only few tedious methods are available to reverse the colour change. You may be stuck with your new hair colour whether or not you like it
You should first try a tinting rinse if you like to change your hair colour but want to be careful about it. When a colour rinse does not quite turn out to your liking it will wash out after eight shampoos at the latest. In case the colour is all you wanted, you can decide to colour your hair this way permanently. You may also intensify the shade using an intensive tinting treatment, which will outlast about 20 shampoos
Blondes with light or reddish skin tend to look pale with black or dark hair. In contrast, soft medium brown shades deepen the radiance of blue eyes