I am presently using a wash out color on my hair. Is it better to use this as long as possible to prevent the halo of roots? Do you sell wash out color?

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  1. linda caricofe wrote on :

    Please except my apology for the late response.
    I thought a long time about how I would answer this question.
    So, let me tell you what I finally did last year.
    I have had my roots touched up for most of my life, which, due to this site’s name, we know I am over 50 🙂
    Last year as I sat at the hair salon, waiting for my root touch up to take, I realized there has to be a point at some time that I will not be able to do this…I hope to live a very long life and to be in a hair salon till the end was not a good thought.
    So, stopped having my roots touched up from that day.
    My natural hair is brown, but, the gray has finally become more dominant, only my roots are dark in the back.
    I shampoo and condition my hair with John Frieda products. It really does even out my hair color, the gray becomes a lovely blonde.
    I now go to the hair salon 2 to 3 times a year to get color chunks added to my hair. This is not color on the roots, instead, layers of color on foil.
    It’s natural, youthful, and keeps that wonderful bounce in my hair that hair coloring does.
    I will say, I had my hair cut very short so most of the treated hair was gone and I could start fresh so the John Frieda products could even out the color.
    I feel younger with my hair short, but, I am also now letting my hair grow a little longer, but, not much.
    I highly recommend this solution…after all, how long are you going to have a chemical added to your roots…it does have to stop someday, and it can, thanks to the John Frieda products that have shampoos etc for each color of hair.
    Best wishes, Linda

  2. avonlady wrote on :

    We sell AVon Advanced Technique hair color.

  3. casavon wrote on :

    Avon has permanent color which is great on your hair. I’ve been using it for nearly a year and love the results. We don’t sell any rinse out color. If you’d like to try some of our haircolor, please check out my website.

    Good luck, Chris

  4. pam adkisson wrote on :

    What percent gray do you have? If more than 75% gray, I would use a permanent hair color..once all over for color..then do root touch ups every 3-4 weeks..MUCH less fade this way 🙂

    • Kathy Hillyer wrote on :

      I honestly don’t know what % gray. I have been doing this for over a year and I never let it go to far before I do a rinse. I’m sure that I am probably close to 75%. Thanks for the advice !! 🙂

    • pam adkisson wrote on :

      If it’s more than a few straggles of gray..I’m a fan of permanent over temporary. Many permanent formulas are kinder to hair than in the past..many without ammonia now…and they last longer 😉

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