Women have a firm belief that grey hair should be dyed. Good thing is that there is a variety of different hair dyes now. However, you shouldn't forget that hair loses its initial color with age and such changes take their toll on the condition and structure of the hair. Hence, you need to take good care of your locks and take it into account when choosing hair products.
How hair deteriorates
With age, many women note that their hair changes for the worse. The key points being:
- loss of radiance and color intensity;
- no shine;
- thin, no volume;
- dry and brittle hair;
- slow growth.
These issues can be tackled if you use special anti-aging hair care products. They should contain keratin and fatty acids like omega. Use suitable masks, as well as serums for hair and scalp to stimulate blood circulation. Lower the use of hot air when blow-drying your hair, as well as curling irons when styling. Balance your nutrition.
Mask for graying hair
If you come to grips with your hair and you have managed to get back its resilience and shine, then next thing you will probably want is to restore its natural color. Even given the great range of different dyes for coloring, we would like to offer you a mask for graying hair made out of natural ingredients.
It only contains two ingredients – coconut oil (organic) and lemon juice. Just mix them until you get a homogenous paste and, apply it on the hair and massage into the hair scalp. Leave it on for an hour for effect. Then wash your hair with a suitable shampoo.
Coconut oil improves the structure of hair, stimulates its growth and takes delicate care of the hair ends. Lemon juice nourishes scalp with vitamin C, prevents premature graying of hair, and accommodates preservation and partial restoration of the former natural color.
Gray hair is trendy among the young
If the cause of your gray hair is genetics or you have started noticing the silver in your hair early, you don't need to worry as it is a very beautiful color. Moreover, there's a trend among young people to dye hair into "graying" colors and many older women have stopped shying away from their new color a long time ago.
What do you say? Have we managed to persuade you that gray hair isn't always a bad thing? Flaunt your gray hair proudly to the world!
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