How to Grow Out Your Natural Hair Color
Hair color is the pigmentation of hair follicles due to two types of melanin: eumelanin and pheomelanin. Generally, if more eumelanin is present, the color of the hair is darker, if less eumelanin is present, if less eumelanin is present, then the hair is lighter.
What better shade of hair color is there than the one that grows from your own roots? If you decided to get back to natural hair color take a lot of courage, even more if we are talking about years of experimenting with different dynes until you’re like. We have some reasons bellow you should definitely take into in consideration to make that decision.
- Do a haircut. High costs of hair management might influence you to go back to natural hair color and, quite honestly, that can turn out to be a huge save! Going natural will change a lot of things, deleting a lot of dye related costs from your budget.
- You just can imagine not having to dye your hair every 20 to 30 days , not having to worry about dye being discontinued, not having to check your roots every once in a while to make sure new growth.
- Growing hair out is much, much easier when ongoing chemical damages aren’t on your problems to focus on list. Therefore, if your hair starts to improve quality, you are talking about volume, natural healthy shine, suppleness and all those things a girl completely forgets about when she spends a lot of time using harsh chemicals.
Fall in love with your natural color and think about new experience. People sometimes grow to like their natural color and the only way to find out if you are one of those people is to think about going natural.