The most common questions about hair coloring 

A lot of people have their hair colored or highlighted all around the world, and there are a lot of reasons for it. Being creative, hiding gray, enhancing your natural color. There are some important things to think about when coloring though. Hair coloring has thankfully become less damaging to your hair but there are still some common questions asked by those thinking about it. So whether you are thinking of getting sun kissed highlights in San Diego, or something else, here are those questions and some answers.

What are the differences between permanent, semi-permanent and demi-permanent hair colors?

The three main types of color for hair are permanent, semi-permanent and demi-permanent. Depending on what you want to achieve will guide you as to which type is best for you.

  • Permanent color – Permanent uses a chemical process to ensure each hair is covered in the chosen color and while somethings can cause fading, that color stays until it either grows out, or you cut it off. If you have gray hair the best hair color in San Diego or near you is permanent.
  • Semi-Permanent color – This is the most temporary option. If you just want something that lasts 6 to 8 washes, get a semi-permanent dye. It is sometimes known as a glaze and adds some color and shine. Since this washes out gradually there is no dye line between colored hair and natural hair. Best not to use this type for gray hair.
  • Demi-Permanent color – This falls somewhere in between the semi and the permanent. It washes out gradually like the semi but it takes around 20 washes to happen. Again no dye line with this type when there is re-growth and not best for gray hair.

Is having a perm and a dye too much for my hair?

There was a time when people had to decide whether to get a perm or a dye as both were too damaging for the hair. Nowadays that is not the case, both have come a long way. You can have lovely curls and have the color you love. While you should always check with your hairstylist, usually color is first, then the perm. Keep in mind the perm tends to lighten the color a little, if you do not want a lighter shade of the color chosen, go for something a little darker than you want. Find the best hair color in San Diego or close to you to get the best results.

Should I have worries about hair damage?

Whether you are trying to cover some gray or brightening your look or making a bold fashion statement, you still want to make sure your hair is not being damaged when you dye it or get sun kissed highlights in San Diego. Currently, the formulas used in hair salons are a lot less damaging than they once were. Demi and semi options being the least damaging overall. There are also some great products you can discuss with your stylist if you have any concerns.

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