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Like other contemporary issues, there’s a learning curve. Just as we have learned to recycle our newspapers, plastics and cans, consumers are slowly discovering that beauty is more than skin deep.

Hair Color Facts and Tips (courtesy of Care2.com)

  • Permanent hair colors change the natural pigment of your hair
  • Semi-permanent color stains the hair shaft, covering the gray, but may fade after 6-8 shampoos.
  • Dramatic color changes require more upkeep – the roots show earlier
  • Try color-enhancing shampoos to help keep the desired color longer
  • Be careful about protecting colored hair in the sun
  • The less you chemically process your hair, the more healthy it will stay

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  2 Responses to “Do 'natural' and 'hair color' ever go together?”

  1. Hi,
    Interesting article….so my Natural Instincts product may not be as natural as I had thought? Will check what’s in that hair color….I’ve often wondered if the chemicals can be unsafe…
    Thanks for the info.
    DF

  2. I use Light Mountain Natural hair Color Bright Red and it is great! 100% Henna and it seems to work almost as good as my old regular hair dyes.

    http://www.lotuspress.com/ltmtn.htm

    Just google Light Mountain hair color….there are lots of online vendors who sell it.