Quite often after the numerous experiments on change of hair color the woman comes to conclusion that the shade which is most suitable for it is after all natural. But how to return the hair color if it is buried under numerous layers of paint and decolorization long ago?
- The simplest, natural and least traumatic way is to wait until grow new hair and to shear the painted ends. But, first, such method can take a lot of time, and secondly, natural shade it will be significantly probable to differ from dyed hair, giving to hairstyle the untidy and started look.
- More optimal variant to return the hair color after coloring will be to resort to the sparing paint close to natural shade. If after repeated and long-term colourings it is already difficult to remember what was natural shade of hair, it is possible to look at the eyebrows (if they are not painted) or to wait until a little grow roots of hair. And already to select suitable paint for color of roots.
- Such way of uniform coloring well will suit the brunettes and brown-haired women who were earlier clarifying hair. But here to the blondes aiming to return from dark tones to natural golden or ashy, it is necessary much more difficultly. Repeated painting will give nothing to them as it is necessary to find way to pass from dark tones to light. The option with short hairstyle suits not everyone too – it is too a pity to refuse long hair because of unsuccessful shade.
- In similar situation itself can return in two ways fair hair. Shorter option: to address to salon to make the special procedure of washing of dye. In fact this same decolorization spoils hair also too, but the professional master will be able to reduce harm from this procedure to minimum. The decoloured hair then are painted over in the tone close to natural – golden, ashy or light brown.
- The second way of return of fair hair more troublesome and long on time, but less harmful to head skin and hair bulbs. It consists in gradual periodic highlighting of hair and colourings by their light feathers. Any paint, even the most resistant, is washed away over time therefore the main objective of highlighting here is to create soft, imperceptible transition from dark tone to lighter without radical changes. Eventually in process of growth of light roots and washing off of paint, light locks and plumelets becomes more and more on all length of hair. Thus there is gradual replacement of more dark tone by light.