How do you cover up gray hair? With a great hair color. We show which shades the best suit your type...
We know the problem with getting older: small gray hairs appear all the time, which we would like to simply pluck out. But that wouldn't change anything, because the hair would just grow back gray. So we prefer to dye. Some women have been coloring their hair for years, other women don't start doing it until their 40s. Dyeing gray hair over can be difficult, because, with the loss of the color pigments, the structure of the hair also changes. But a good hairdresser can do that too.
Which hair color best suits your type depends on your skin tone and of course your personality - after all, some women like it a little more natural, while others like to stand out. But you are always right with these hair colors:
When you dye your hair a light, natural blonde, the transition between the gray and dyed hair becomes less obvious and the gray roots are also hidden. Light hair color and a modern cut will definitely make you look younger. How about a platinum blonde pixie cut, for example?
Women who have light skin and dark blonde to light brown hair should primarily opt for warm tones. Highlights in caramel, chestnut, and gold look particularly good on you and make you look fresh. Ask about the fallayage hair color trend the next time you visit the hairdresser. Based on the balayage dyeing technique, delicate strands in brown, gold, and red tones are “painted” into the hair.
It is particularly difficult for women with dark hair because they are the quickest way to see gray hair. With a rich shade of brown, however, you can ensure a fresh, young look. Blonde highlights are also a great option for even better hiding gray hair.
You don't have to hide when the first gray hairs appear. Many women use this as an opportunity to say goodbye to their natural hair color and become a little more willing to experiment. Try a straight long bob in a light blonde and a touch of pastel pink.