Gone are the days where you would have to commit to a hair colour for years at a time.
Products have come on such a long way in recent times that you can now experiment with a cool new shade for a day, a week or a month – without damaging your locks. We run through our top tips on how to have fun with hair colour with no commitment.
Neil Barton, Owner of Neil Barton Hairdressing, told Cover Media: “Pastels and bright hair colours are huge for 2017; however, clients often don’t want these hair colours to last forever, so may opt for a semi-permanent dye. Semi-permanent hair colours don’t contain ammonia; therefore, they stay on the outside of the hair cuticle, making them easier to wash out as they fade with every wash.”
Among Neil’s favourite semi-permanent colours – a semi-permanent dye collection without ammonia, which enriches the hair, leaves hair feeling healthier, has rich saturated colour and guarantees grey coverage up to 100 per cent. Or if you want something even more temporary, try another fantastic product, which can be used at the salon or at home by clients to give temporary colour effects with quick and easy application from using a brush or a comb – without rinsing.