• Are you in a rut? Just want to try something new? New hair color is an easy, low commitment way to try out a brand-new-you! When surveyed, guess what’s the most cited reason women give for changing their hair color? If you guessed “I just needed a change!” you are absolutely correct. Let’s face it – we’re all human. We all feel like we need to ‘switch things up’ every now and then. It’s a lot easier to change your hair color than it is to change jobs, families or cities. If you’ve been rocking the same length / choppy bob since the early ‘90s – and you think it’s time to change something – instead of going to a pixie cut – consider a fresh, new color!
• Are you thinning? If your thinning is due to temporary issues (hormones, stress, etc.) – once that issue has been resolved, you might want to try color. Even if your thinning is a simple result of lower estrogen production due to aging – you might want to try color. The only time color is NOT recommended is if your hair is already damaged, stressed or overprocessed.
• Are you graying but not quite ready to be a silver fox? Blame it heredity or diet (steroid filling poultry and super GMA vegetables) . . . some people just gray early. These days it seems that everyone knows someone who started graying in their teens or early twenties. But did you know that gray or silver hair reflects light which can make the hair look thin. Gray hair is also very close to the natural color of your scalp. This can trick the eye into thinking you have bald or thinning spots. If you’re happy with your overall hair color, but don’t like graying – consider a semi-permanent rinse.
Still worried? Don't be! Color therapy has experienced so many improvements over the years – especially with regards to semi-permanent hair coloring. No longer do you have to worry about stained linens or hair color ‘bleeding’ in humidity or due to perspiration. Those technological improvements, coupled with our knowledgeable team makes your decision a real no-brainer!