Genetics – the one word that either makes or breaks you. It’s the reason why you have your mother’s eyes, your father’s height and your family’s penchant for fine hair. Ah, the curse of genetics!
There are many reasons for thinning hair besides genetics. Prolonged sickness and menopause are some reasons behind this unwanted phenomenon. Can we make the best of thinning hair? Yes!
There are a lot of products available in the market that helps reverse thinning hair, promoting health and volume! Or you can color your hair, which another guaranteed (and stylish) way to disguise thinning hair. After all, your flimsy strands merely require volume and dimension to look good!
So, what hair color suits thinning hair? Following are some tips that will help you find the most suitable hair color.
Enter the side of light hair color when trying to disguise your thinning hair. Why? It’s simple; a darker hair color will make thinning hair prominent as well as bringing bald spots in your head into the forefront. Instead, choose to go 1–2 shades lighter than what your hair color is currently!
Opting to go bleach blond or white with thinning hair? Don’t take the risk, it’s not worth it.
One reason for your thin locks is damaged hair. Bleaching will only increase damage and promote brittle hair. On the other hand, white or bleach blond won’t serve you well to disguise thinning hair, as both colors will just enhance the scalp.
Not only are highlights and lowlights incredibly stylish, this color technique helps hair look thicker by expanding hair shaft. Frame your face with soft highlights and/or lowlights around the face! This will give your hair some much needed dimension and your face an overall warm look.
Don’t hesitate to experiment with color and highlights if you have lighter toned hair color. Brunettes and redheads can add gold tones to their hair. Stay away from ombré tones as this coloring technique will only accentuate thinning hair around the crown.
It’s easy to have your hair color treated yet difficult to maintain this change. Hair color used today by beauty salons is comparably gentler than before. Take care of your newly colored hair. Buy a shampoo and conditioner for color treated hair that will help lock the color in for a longer period while promoting health and volume.