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Last week I talked about ways to grow your hair out. It is always a challenge and takes a lot of patience. My first suggestion was to ease up on harsher color services like blonding. I suggested that maybe you go darker. Why not? Try going back to your roots.

Consider getting your hair color to a more natural state. If you are a woman in her 30s or older, more natural hair color is going to make you and your hair look younger. Going darker is going to be like giving your hair an instant deep conditioning treatment. It will fill in all the little 'holes' in your hair. It is going to leave your hair feeling brand new and shiny.

Fall is the perfect time to try something like this. Consider adding some of the beautiful fall colors that are around us. Gold, orange and shades of red really give darker hair some personality. A lot of clients are a bit timid when it comes to red tones in hair. Often we are trying to get them out of hair. I say, give it a try. You may be pleasantly surprised. If your hair tends to be warmer, why not go with it instead of fighting it?

Did you miss the train of wild color and crazy highlights in your 20s? Don't think that this means you must have boring hair color either. There are so many gorgeous shades of brunette that are absolutely stunning. Going back to your roots does not mean boring hair at all, I promise! Don't think that going darker means you must have one color all over. Natural hair color is not one-dimensional; there are shades of color within all hair color, some a little lighter and some a little darker. There are many techniques and shades you can add in to your hair.

Last modified on Tuesday, 07 October 2014 22:48

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