As you get older, your hair will naturally transition into a lighter gray color. It happens to all of us! This is not something to be ashamed about, but rather something to celebrate! So, how do you transition to this new color naturally? Here are some of the best ways to help your transition to gray hair go smoothly.
Apply hair concealer
As hair begins to gray, a demarcation line will appear that tends to bug a lot of women. To reduce the appearance of this harsh line, invest in a hair concealer. A hair concealer (often called a “root touch-up”) is applied directly to the roots to keep the new growth looking just as good as the rest of your hair.
Transition to lowlights
Lowlights are arguably one of the best ways to transition to a new hair color. Lowlights will get rid of any “line” and help to blend the colors in a way that looks natural and good. Talk to your hairstylist about getting lowlights in your hair!
Frequently trim your hair
Trimming your hair will get rid of old dead ends and promote new hair growth! The more you trim, the less of your old hair you will see! This is a great way to embrace your naturally gray hair growing in. Consider a new hair-do such as a bob, pixie, or shoulder-length cut to reduce the transitioning time!
Need help deciding how to transition into your gray hair? At DeRiah Boutique Salon, we know how to keep hair looking natural and can get rid of any harsh lines you want to avoid. Call us today at 262.241.8899 to schedule your appointment!