September 9, 2011

How To Mask Gray Hairs

Sooner or later everyone looks in the mirror and notices a hair or two that is going gray. It’s a fact of life, but that doesn’t really make it any less annoying. If you’re not into the whole embracing your natural look thing, gray coverage may be exactly what you’re looking for. Here are some ideas to help you along your camouflage journey.

1. If you only have a few grays or don’t want to have to color your entire head of hair, highlights can work wonders. You can wait longer before having them redone than you would with an entire dye job because the gray strands should blend right in. Low lights are just as effective if you’d rather go darker than lighter. Use a shampoo like Leonor Greyl – Bain Vitalisant B, which will keep the color from fading and drying our your hair.

2. Tinted shampoos are an easy way to cover a minimal amount of gray hairs. Even though the dyes are temporary, if you use them everyday you’ll never have to worry about seeing those pesky grays.

3. If you’re going a little longer than usual in between dye jobs, try mixing up your hairstyle a bit. Part your hair in a different location or put your hair up to disguise any stray grays. A styling cream like Leonor Greyl – Eclat Naturel will keep your ‘do in place and moisturize at the same time. Problem solved!

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