Thinning hair and graying hair: the combination of the two tends to make hair volume look even smaller. However, even if one tries to dye one’s hair, one may be concerned about the damage that coloring may cause to one’s hair. How much damage does coloring do to hair?
Let’s learn first. There are four main types of coloring
First, there are four main types of hair coloring, each of which differs in duration and in the amount of stress on the hair and scalp.
The first is bleach (bleaching agent). This is a hair-dyeing method that breaks down the hair’s natural pigmentation and raises the hair tone. The coloring lasts permanently.
The second is hair color (permanent hair dye). It bleaches the hair while adding a new color.
The third is also called hair nail polish (semi-permanent hair dye). Like nail polish, it applies color to the surface of the hair.
The fourth and last is hair mascara (temporary colorant). Like mascara in makeup, the dye is applied to the hair and can be removed by washing the hair.
Which coloring is less stressful on the hair?
The coloring method that is less harsh on the hair and scalp is hair mascara, which can be removed in one day. Incidentally, the four coloring methods in order of least stressful to the hair and scalp are hair mascara, hair nail polish, hair color, and bleach.
Bleaching and hair coloring can produce and maintain good color, but they are also very damaging to the hair and scalp.
On the other hand, hair nail polish and hair mascara, while lacking in long-lasting color, allow you to enjoy coloring while minimizing damage to the scalp and hair.
What coloring methods are suitable for people with thinning hair?
Hair dyeing causes no small amount of damage to the hair and scalp, although the degree of damage varies depending on the type of agent used. If you want to minimize hair loss, it is wise to avoid hair dyeing.
If you must dye your hair, it is best to avoid self-dyeing and to have it done by a professional at a hair salon. If you tell them in advance that you are concerned about thinning hair, you will receive advice on whether or not it is safe to color your hair, as well as advice on how to take care of your hair on a daily basis.
If you are concerned about thinning hair, take careful daily care.
If you are concerned about thinning hair, it is recommended that you maintain a healthy diet and sleep. Thinning hair is caused not only by congenital heredity, but also by acquired influences such as lifestyle stress and intemperance. Why not review your lifestyle and try to improve your physical condition from within your body as well as your hair?
We have introduced the risks of coloring for people with thinning hair. If you have thinning hair, it is important to care for your scalp more than ever. Take care of your scalp on a daily basis by carefully removing sebum with a scalp shampoo and gently massaging your scalp with a scalp care lotion.