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5 Tips Coloring Gray Hair MJ Hair Designs

5 Tips Coloring Gray Hair:
Coloring can be tricky!
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Coloring can be tricky!

How to Cover Gray Hair.
By Loreal Paris

GRAY HAIR COVERAGE TIP #1: USE PERMANENT HAIR COLOR

When it comes to covering gray hairs, one option you have is using a permanent hair color. Framesi’s NN series specially formulated to cover 100 percent of gray, comes in a variety of shades of blonde hair, brown hair, red hair, and black hair so that you can easily find your best match. Whether you have super-light blonde hair or your mane is a deep brunette hue, you’ve got plenty of options from which to choose.

GRAY HAIR COVERAGE TIP #2: ADD HIGHLIGHTS

If you’ve already got a lighter hair color, have your colorist try adding highlights to your hair.

GRAY HAIR COVERAGE TIP #3: LIGHTEN UP YOUR HAIR COLOR

If you want to look younger (okay, who doesn’t?) keep it in mind that very dark hair color, especially black, tend to intensify the appearance of and draw attention to fine lines and wrinkles. Instead of trying to match your current hair color exactly, especially if your hair is naturally dark, try a permanent hair color one to two shades lighter. Not only can this help your hair look brighter, but your spirits will be too when you’re left with a more youthful look.

GRAY HAIR COVERAGE TIP #4: TEMPORARILY CONCEAL GRAYS

No matter how diligent you are with dyeing your hair, chances are you’ve been caught with gray peeking through at the roots from time to time. One second your hair looks flawless, the next your roots are an inch long—or so it seems. When you don’t have time to color your hair again for a few more days but can’t possibly put your grays on display, don’t immediately decide you have no choice other than to rock a hat every day. All you really need is a temporary root cover up spray, like the L’Oréal Paris Magic Root Cover Up. Don’t worry, no one has to know about your grays. Spray directly onto new growth and partway through the length of your hair to blend. Once roots are covered, your camouflaging secret will last you through your next shampoo. While you’re picking that up, don’t be afraid to stock up on your favorite boxed hair color—when roots start to show you shouldn’t be caught without.

5 Tips Coloring Gray Hair
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