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trixie0924 asked:

22 Apr 2010

I lost all my hair during chemo treatments and I am 40 and it has grown back now but it mostly gray,

not sure if I shoudl color or not, I have always been a brunette/black haired gal, naturally, with a little gray, now it is a salt and pepper look



barbipixi says:

Posted on 22 Apr 2010

i like using the john frieda brilliant brunette color glaze i know you can buy it at ULTA stores it's a rince you use in the shower after you wash and condition and it really does great to add shine and a brown color to your hair over time. you'll have to read to make sure it colors grey

if not just get a regular rince like they have at walmart that's what my mom uses and she just puts some in every day or every other day to maintain the color she wants


bit says:

Posted on 17 Jan 2011

Since it just grew back we want to treat it well and maximize its potential. NEVER dye your hair at home. A salon is far better and gentler on your locks than home kits would ever be. Start there. Next. Do you have a style in mind? I tend to want to mix bold colors with bold looks, such as platinum blond with a severe bob or pixie, or deep red with medium length, thick curly hair. Depends on what style you want to bring to life. Now for naturally dark hair as you had, you can certainly go a light brunette, chocolate or even cherry red; they are not too off from your original color and it would not be too shocking. For older women, I like to see blond and short. It gives them a healthy glow, detracts from any facial worries. The upkeep though may not be practical. I would definitely figure out the style and cut you want first then go to a professional and consult with them on color. Plus, the texture and ability to hold color may have changed over the years and need a delicate process. So go meet with a stylist and let us know what you chose! Good luck.

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