Colouring your hair is always a big decision. Especially if you are doing it for the first time. You can’t help but feel worried about whether your hair will get damaged, if the texture will remain the same or whether you will lose hair at an alarming rate. Muddha Mandaram star Sandra Jaichandran, too must have gone through these thoughts when she coloured her hair for the first time recently. If you have such worries too, relax. We’ve got you some simple advice on colouring and after-colour care from Najeeb-Ur-Rehman, PPS Director, Henkel-Schwarzkopf Professional.
Here’s What You Should Keep In Mind If You Are Colouring Your Hair Like Sandra Jaichandran
Think It Up
Shades To Try
Choose a colour depending on your complexion. If you are very fair, you can go for shades of red. Browns work better on wheatish complexion, go for natural deep colours.
Highlights, Highlights, Highlights!
“In order to have better movement in hair, try highlights along with your natural hair base and if the base is not even… say whites or different colours all over, then use a global colouring process along with highlights. In any case the integrity of hair should not be missed, say it should not look dry, uneven or dehydrated,” says Rehman.
You should always use a colour which has maximum amount of conditioning and caring. The latest is fibrebond technology in hair colouring which provides maximum care while colouring and doesn’t let the hair go weak or dry, says Rehman.