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Coloring your Hair, options and a solution.

Posted last July 11, 2012, 2:09 am in Services report article

Whether to color your hair can be a very scary question.  Most of the time, it is a question of either going grey, and even if you wear a hair covering such as a wig, hat or scarf, you know deep down that you have grey hair, and sometimes a bit sneaks out.  

You can use products such as Rogain, Youth Hair or Grecian Formula, but you know that they have another chemical Lead Acetate that could cause other problems.  It has been proven that if you use it correctly, and only on your hair that most likely it won't get into your body.  Well maybe yes and maybe no. 

Most hair coloring formulas have Ammonia and Hydrogen Peroxide that are the active ingredients to move the hair color into the hair shaft.  I don't know about you, but I really don't want Ammonia on my head, and I use Hydrogen Peroxide when I have a cut. When I was a teenager, one summer I went to the beach with a bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide and my dark red - brown hair became Strawberry Blond! And it was very brittle as well!  Do I really want to dammage my hair llike that again? 

Many women use Henna to color their hair.  Henna is really more of a hair rinse, not a hair color. It will give a overlay of color on your hair.  If you have grey or white hair, it will turn the hair orange.  Nope, not for me!  

At the Traveling Hair salon, we have found another solution to the hair coloring problem.  After months of research, I have found a hair color that is waterbased, has only natural ingredients, and no Ammonia, or Hydrogen Peroxide! 

But some people are still sensitive to different chemicals, so I do an allergy test two days before. I mix up a bit of the hair color, dab a bit on the skin behind the ear, and wait.  If there is an allergic reaction, (I've never seen one yet, but you never know) and then I do the hair color.  It is best to do a strand test, that is to take a few strands of hair, from the head or your brush, and put the hair color on them, to actually see what the final color is going to be.  

 

If you live in Jerusalem, and want to take advantage of this opportunity to color your hair in a more natural way, then call: 

Rachael Alice

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