Even with hair colour becoming increasingly popular these days, a lot of women still shy away from it due to a lot of pre conceived notions on the subject. Keeping that in mind, Godrej Expert will be addressing some of the most common considerations about hair colour to help put your mind at ease.
Will colouring my hair improve its appearance?
This is one of the chief concerns that most women have about hair colour. Hair colouring will not only just give you a new look but also increase its overall appearance. Certain hair colours have natural ingredients in it which help its overall condition. Godrej Expert Rich Crème Hair Colour is enriched with the goodness of aloe and milk protein which is known to keep your hair soft and shiny.
Will hair colour make me look younger?
Since grey hair is known to make you look dull, older and washed out, colouring it can add depth and colour to your skin since hair colour is reflected in your skin tone and eyes. Having your hair coloured with a warm colour can give you an entirely new youthful look. So the answer to this question is yes! Hair colour can absolutely make you look younger but provided you pick the right shades that match your hair. Don’t be confused! Here is an article that will help you find the perfect hair colour.
Will a change in hair colour make me look very different?
This depends on the colour you choose to go ahead with. If you plan on choosing a shade that is similar to your natural hair colour it will add a subtle change to your overall appearance. However, if you choose to go ahead with an entirely new colour then it will give you a new look altogether. For instance, the Burgundy shade can give you a new look.
You could start with subtle changes and gradually move on depending on the hair colour that suits you the most.
How often will I require a colour touch up?
This is also one of the most common questions that we are asked. This usually depends on how quickly your hair grows as regrowth is one of the primary reasons for getting touch ups. Our hair care experts usually recommend a period of 3 to 4 weeks before getting a touch up but this changes from person to person depending on the rate at which your hair grows.