Benefits of Using Temporary Hair Colours

Hair colouring has been in trend for long now. There are several people who like to experiment with their looks and so try out different hues in hair to look trendy and presentable. However there are others who feel unsure and hesitate in taking chances and so are comfortable with temporary hair colours which may last from a single wash to 6 weeks. To colour your temporarily you can also use various techniques like spray, gel or cream which are easily available in the market and come in all shades lasting or a short while.

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Apart from the colour, the length and texture of your hair also contribute towards the longevity of the colour. The reason behind the temporariness is that these colours don’t penetrate the cortex and only stain the hair. Unlike toners which are a necessary part of the skin care regime, hair shades are a fashionable choice.

After shading away after the first shampoo, it is essential to know how they work:

-Applied on the shaft, these colours coat the cuticle temporarily.

-Since its application is without developer, it fades after away one or two washes.

The decision to get your hair coloured should be a balanced one, wherein you are aware about the related benefits. So here are some known benefits of a temporary hair colour:

-Organic Look

Colouring hair with temporary hues gives them a natural look.  Also because the colour is applied on the existing and original shade without bleaching it so the natural appearance is maintained.

-Convenient to use

These colours are ready to use and are not mixed with the developer. Therefore these are easy to use and are directly applied using an applier.

-Takes care of the hair quality

Temporary colours generally are ammonia-free and so don’t affect the quality and texture of your natural hair.

-A thicker appearance

The addition of extra layer of colour to the hair results in an increase in the over-all volume.

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