Don't Colour Your Hair If You Relate To Any Of These
Rarely do you spot anyone these days who hasn't had their hair coloured. It's a trend that has been here since long and will go nowhere anytime soon. This article is dedicated to people who've always wanted to jump on the hair colour bandwagon but haven't done it till date.
While coloured locks give you an edge over others when it comes to your physical appearance, not everyone should opt for it. If you can relate to any of the following situations, we'd say that you stay away from the idea of hair colouring.
- If you have an itchy scalp, your hair is probably best when left on its own. The chemicals present in the dye could make your hair allergic, thereby resulting in the downfall of the health of your scalp.
- If you have brittle and weak hair, staying away from any hair treatment, including hair colouring, is your best bet.
- By colouring already damaged hair that's prone to split ends, you're putting your delicate locks to the risk of greater damage. Instead of spending bucks on hair colour, consider frequent hair spas and deep nourishing treatments.
- If the moisture game of your locks is not on point, do not go in for that hair colouring appointment. If you're struggling with hair that's dryer than the Sahara Desert, go win that battle first before selecting your fave hair colour.
- Don't colour your hair just because that hottie in your college has and now you need to take your game higher! Those experimental styling funks that last for a week are not reason enough to take such an impulsive decision. You may be bored with how drab your hair looks but first think this through!
- Hair colouring is not a one-time expense. You need to invest a good amount of money on its upkeep. You may have sufficient finances now but if you're unsure about whether you would have enough money to strut into the salon every month, we'd recommend you to ditch the idea altogether. ‘Coz we'd take natural hair over discoloured hair any day.
Colouring your hair majorly affects the health of your locks. So, think twice... no, thrice before you book the appointment with your stylist.