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The Facts And Myths About Hair Dyes

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The Facts And Myths About Hair Dyes

Author : Andrew Collier   Top Author

Submitted : 2013-09-12 11:30:01    Word Count : 4    Popularity:   Not Rated

Tags:   myths busted, hair care tips, hair dyes

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Colouring the hair is one of the most popular hair regimen men and women do on a regular basis. This not only hides graying hair, but it can also create a certain persona. This is why some people are fond of changing their hair color. However this habit has been causing some concerns which were either based on facts and sometimes even unfounded claims. So to clear the table, let us tackle the truth from the myths regarding hair dyes.



MYTH 1: Coloring the hair can damage it.



FACT: You may often hear some people advice you against coloring your hair because this can damage it. This is actually true to some degree, but you also have to count in certain factors. Some hair dyes are formulated with harsh chemicals such as ammonia. This is the reason why hair coloring got its bad rep, but as some companies start to acknowledge this problem they also start improving their formulations. Today, you can find hair dyes that are actually good for the hair as they coat the shafts leaving it tamed and glossy. Therefore its just a matter of choosing the right products to keep hair coloring safe.



MYTH 2: You can never revert back to your natural hair color once you have dyed it.



FACT: Should you find yourself wanting to go back to your roots, a semi-permanent dye with a shade that is close to your original hair color will be a perfect choice. These products will simply rinse off in several washes. If you want to go back to your original hair color safely, it is best that you consult a professional.



MYTH 3: A hair dye can cause permanent hair loss.



FACT: Coloring your hair doesnt necessarily cause permanent hair loss. Yes, too much coloring, especially with the wrong products, may lead to breakage and temporary hair loss. But you can avoid this by minimizing the frequency and carefully choosing your brand of hair dye.



MYTH 4: You should avoid coloring your hair when you are pregnant.



FACT: There is really no need to stay away from hair dyes when you are pregnant. It doesnt necessarily cause risks to the mother and the baby because the body will not absorb the chemicals in dangerous amounts. A pregnant woman may be advised against it only if she is sensitive to the smell, particularly during the first trimester. So if you want to get pampered pretty, it is best to go for hair color treatments during the second trimester when sensitivity to smell may have lessened.



MYTH 5: When dyeing your hair, you should wait for one to two days before your washing it to make sure the color sticks.



FACT: This was the case in the past when the chemicals used in hair dyes were not formulated as sophisticated as they are now. Today, even DIY hair dye packages would instruct you to rinse your hair minutes after applying color. Adding to that, there are shampoos available today which are suited for color-treated hair. If your hairstylist tells you to wait for two days before washing your hair, it could be that your hair is dry or damaged so it needs more time for the color to settle in.


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If you have hair loss problem or to find out more about what can be done for thinning hair via medical treatments in Singapore, please don's hesitate to visit our hair care and skin care blog: http://drtyngtan.blogspot.com. We have a list of relevant hair care tips that may help you with your baldness problem.

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If you have hair loss problem or to find out more about what can be done for thinning hair via medical treatments in Singapore, please dons hesitate to visit our website or our hair care and skin care blog: drtyngtan.blogspot.com We have a list of relevant hair care tips that may help you with your baldness problem.

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