Next to wrinkles, nothing is as aging as greying hair. Women, more so than men, turn to dyeing their locks, either to cover grey or for a change from their natural hair colour. However, reading the list of toxic chemicals and warning labels of adverse reactions on hair dye products purchased for home use or application by professional hairdressers can be quite frightening.
Finding the right hair style to suit the shape of your face and the right hair colour for your complexion is often the key to looking your most attractive. The premise is that hairstyles should be designed to enhance your features and minimise the focus on areas that aren’t so flattering. When choosing a hair style you really need to consider more than just your face shape, i.e. your hair type, hair colour and skin complexion. When choosing a hairstyle it is also important to consider what is in fashion and what is appropriate for your age group.
Treatments such as permanent colours, permanent waves, bleaching and hair straightening and constant blow-drying can all damage and dry out your hair. When hair is damaged it appears dull and dry and often has split ends or excessive fly-aways. When hair is too dry or damaged it can even snap or break off, or become lank and thin. What can be done to prevent or repair damaged hair?