Non Permanent Hair Color

Introduction

Hair-grooming for both men and women has been an integral part of better appearance and as a form of making a fashion statement. Film stars and sportspersons have personally indulged in hair up-keep in the best form apart from participating in advertisements and market promotion activities for several branded coloring agents. The practice of hair dyeing originally started mostly for the reasons of covering the graying hair either due to age or due to some physical complications. Gradually, a whole gamut of colors with the help of permanent and non permanent hair coloring has been employed to color the hair – primarily for matching with the outfit or just creating a trend.

Hair Coloring

Hair coloring is a very ancient art. It involves the treatment of hair with different chemical compounds by applying directly on the head through different methods. In the current fashion world, hair-coloring is the most prevailing trend and immensely popular. A survey records that over 75% of the American women tend to dye their hair. Not only a whole wide range of colors are used – a modern trend uses several colors on one individual to produce streaks or gradations either on top of the natural color or on top of a single base color. These methods are known as highlighting (using lighteners, to create blonde streaks) and lowlighting (sections of hair are treated with darker colors).

Non Permanent Hair ColorTypes of hair coloring

There are 4 types of hair-coloring – Permanent, demi-permanent, semi-permanent, and temporary or non-permanent hair coloring. As the names are self-explanatory, the type refers the length of time the hair-coloring lasts.

Temporary or non permanent hair color

Temporary hair color is available in various forms including rinses, shampoos, gels, sprays, and foams. They are typically brighter and more vibrant than semi-permanent and permanent hair color. This is applied for special occasions such as costume parties and Halloween.

In temporary hair-coloring, the pigment molecules of hair color are large. They cannot penetrate the cuticle layer. The color particles remain adsorbed (closely adherent) to the hair shaft. They are easily removed with a single shampooing.

Temporary hair color can persist on hair that is excessively dry or damaged in a way that allows for migration of the pigment to the interior of the hair shaft.

Characteristics, Advantages and Uses of Non Permanent Hair Color

a)    Non permanent hair color lasts one to thirty shampoo washes. It never leaves roots. It gives the option of resorting to permanent hair-coloring later.

b)    Temporary hair color coats the hair shaft, creating no damage to the hair. Hence,  it is the only hair color recommended for use directly after a chemical treatment.

c)    A non permanent is the mildest form of true hair color. It cannot lighten your natural color, but it can make your hair darker or change the hue. Non permanent hair color has large color molecules that attach themselves to the hair shaft. There is no ammonia or peroxide which prevents the color from penetrating the hair shaft. The lack of harsh chemicals also prevents damage to the hair.

d)    Non Permanent Hair Color is the best option for a subtle change or to prevent damage to your hair.

Presence on the Web

Many websites are hosted by the various non permanent hair-color suppliers. Well-presented with all details about material, design, color, and ingredients, the websites carry superb photographs which makes decision-making simple. Some websites have also provided valuable tips regarding the hair coloring process. On-line shopping offers a wide option for the mode of payment.

Testimony

There is a separate section for the existing customers’ list and their feedback and experiences. In this section, they also provide answers for the doubts. The positive feedback from the large number of clients serves as a true testimony on the quality of the product.

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Adverse effects of hair coloring

It is worth a brief mention about the adverse effects of hair-coloring whether permanent or non permanent:

a)    Balding
b)    Hair breakage
c)    Skin discoloration
d)    Temporary skin irritation and allergy
e)    Unexpected hair color results

There are a few minor health concerns as well.

Summary

Non permanent Hair coloring has become an integral part of the fashion trend. Despite some known adverse effects, they continue to be popular.

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