Change Your Color Without Damaging Your Hair
It’s that time of year…the time when most of us are itching for a change, especially with our hair color. Anytime the seasons change, there’s an underlying feeling in many of us to seek a little change in our look. Truly, that’s one of the fun and exciting parts about the society we live in-we’re able to change up our look so easily and freely. Of course one of the downsides of changing our hair color often is that it can cause damage to our hair when we change the color frequently. Sound like something you’re struggling with? We found some tips to help you change your color without damaging your hair.
Wigs and Extensions
So often when we think about changing our hair color, we immediately feel as though we need to head into the salon to see our colorist. But truthfully you don’t even have to color your natural hair in order to change the color of your hair! Wigs and extensions are the perfect, and one of the easiest, ways to change your hair color in a matter of minutes. With so many different options in extensions, you can find something that changes your hair color from the comfort of your own home, or head into the salon for a more semi-permanent extension look to change up your hair color. The options are pretty much limitless between wigs and extensions, and they’re incredibly easy to change color wise.
If you’re not really into wigs and extensions, hair color sprays are another super easy and simple way to change your hair color and maintain your hair’s health without causing damage. Hair color sprays are exactly as they sound, they’re hair color that you apply in a spray form (similar to hair spray). They come in a wide range of different hair colors and you’ll see a change in the color of your hair as you spray the product on your hair. They’re pretty easy to use and can give you and instant change in color in just minutes. Of course, we should mention that this is a much more temporary hair color change method but it’s a great way to try different hair colors out without damaging your hair or making a more semi-permanent decision.
What a time to be alive, right? It’s hard to believe there are now hair chalk products available that allow you to change of the color of your hair by applying the chalk to your hair in a downward motion. Can’t get much easier, huh? This method tends to work best if you’re looking to add a little color to the ends of your hair, or create highlights because of the chalk application method but you see results in just minutes of applying. It’s a temporary hair color change, but doesn’t cause damage to your hair even while you’re changing the color of it.
Would you, or have you, try any of these hair color techniques?