Cloudy skies, cold temperatures and copious amounts of precipitation are enough to make anyone feel dreary this winter. But there's no need to look dreary, too. You may have already discovered that a new color of lipstick or great foundation is a perfect pick-me-up when daylight is short and skies are gray. This year you can experiment with an extra layer of pizzazz in your style with clip-in extensions. The months from late autumn to early spring are ideal for the extra buoyancy and length to your hair.
You may have decided you would like to color your hair to hide the new gray that keeps popping up or to add a bit of life back into your hair because it is beginning to dull with age. While this can be a good idea, you need to know a few things about hair coloring to ensure that the color treatment is successful.
Gray or white hair has no pigment in it.
Mermaid hair coloring is a trend that is likely to last awhile. Achieving and maintaining the look takes some time and effort, but for many people, it is worth it. If you are thinking of trying out a mermaid-inspired look, here is what you need to know.
What Can You Do for the Best Results?
It is important to prepare your hair before attempting to dye it a mermaid color. The preparation can depend on the natural color of your hair.
Your hair says a lot about you. Is your hair shiny and beautiful, or is it limp and dull? You want your hair to look like you've spent a lot of time on it without needing to actually spend too much time at all. If your hair is dull, thinning, greasy, frizzy or has split ends and damage, you'll need to do some work on your hair. See below for some helpful tips to care for your hair.
If you have recently been diagnosed with the skin disorder psoriasis, then your physician likely informed you of some of the possible triggers that can cause a flare up. These include stress, skin injuries, and poor care of the skin. Also, certain substances in common beauty and health care products can cause dermatitis and subsequent psoriasis outbreak issues. While the common triggers can play a role in psoriasis outbreaks, there are some less common triggers that can cause problems as well.