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These days, pretty much anything goes when it comes to hair color. Not too long ago reds were all the rage, and everyone from movie stars to high schoolers sported a flame top. It got a little predictable, didn't it?

But there are some recent trends worth keeping around. For instance, we have been getting more requests for low-maintenance, natural-looking color, such as very subtle highlights and lowlights in two or three different shades.

Hair Color

Whenever you think about lifting your looks and your spirit, nothing compares to getting yourself a new hair color. There are five methods that you can take into consideration: temporary, permanent, demipermanent, high or low lights and semipermanent hair color. Only temporary color needs a patch test before use if you are allergic to the product.

hair colorYour Guide of How to Find the Right Hair Dye Styles and Colors
--Just don't be afraid to experiment on yourself until find the best color that works on you. You can never imagine the hair color for you if you don’t try it on you for real. It takes a little time, a little money plus a little risk.

If you want to try a new color look but can’t make up your mind, get one of the temporary hair colors that will wash out in six or eight shampoos. Funky, chunky highlights can be rectified nearly overnight with another color, as long as you use the wash-in-wash-out type that aren't made to last. If you're going to play with your hair color on the weekends, never use the permanent variety and then try to reverse it in less than several weeks. If you used it too frequently, the harsher chemicals in the permanent hair colors can turn your hair to straw, and may even turn it a scary and unexpected color if you try to set more color on top of a recent dye job.

Talking to Your Colorist
When you go to the salon to color your hair, make sure you have a clear idea of what you want -- don't leave all the decisions up the colorist, or you might be disappointed with the results. .

Trends in Color
These days, pretty much anything goes when it comes to hair color. Not too long ago reds were all the rage, and everyone from movie stars to high schoolers sported a flame top. It got a little predictable, didn't it?

Basics of Hair Colors
If you know the color wheel color becomes easy... It may sound a bit odd but your hair is a mixture of 3 colors; red, yellow, and blue. These are the primary colors. Secondary colors are orange, green, and violet. If you look at the "wheel" a color opposite (directly across) will "negate" that color. This means if your hair is a orange color - blue will make it a brown/black color. If you hair has a yellow tone, violet will cancel it out.

Hair and Pregnancy
There's been a lot of debate about coloring and perming while pregnant. Experts will tell you not to use chemical processes on your hair during the first trimester -- there's no real evidence that it can harm the fetus, but why gamble?

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