Why hair  turn gey 

it starts at the root, and happens when the cells responsible for colour (melanin)stop being produced. It’s a normal, natural part of life and can happen at any age, with the cells producing less and less pigment as we get older.

 

Grey cover consultation 

What type of coverage do they want? Find out if they’re hoping for a soft blend or more opaque coverage.

What is the percentage of grey? Does your client have just a small scattering or a higher volume of white regrowth?We use the shade selector during the consultation

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Are they distinct pockets of grey, or are they evenly distributed?

 However, the appearance of grey varies from person to person. If the grey is not evenly distributed, you may need to devise a new treatment method or use two different formulas.

Permanent colour can completely cover the grey hair, but the border will be stronger when it grows out, so the next maintenance will be needed sooner.

 

CHOOSING A GREY COVERAGE PRODUCT

1. DEMI-PERMANENT 

Demi-permanent Color, which is ammonia-free and creates a radiant finish, for up to 70% coverage.

2 SEMI-PERMANENT COLOR

semi-permanent Color  for up to 30% coverage.

2. PERMANENT COLOR

Those who want every last grey hair gone should turn to a permanent formula, as it offers complete coverage that doesn’t fade away. 

3. LIGHTENER

You can actually disguise grey hair with highlights, lowlights or balayage. an ultra natural-looking, multi-dimensional effect – especially if you’re camouflaging a low volume of greys.

CHOOSING A GREY COVERAGE SERVICE

1. ROOT TOUCH-UP

This is the root coverage, designed to disguise grey regrowth coming through.

  • DEMI-PERMANENT COLOUR
  • SEMI-PERMANENT COLOR
  • PERMANENT COLOUR

 

2. EXPRESS TOUCH-UP (TZONE)

While root touch-ups cover the entire root area, an express service uses the same products with a partial application method that focuses on the parting and hairline.

  • DEMI-PERMANENT COLOUR
  • SEMI-PERMANENT COLOR
  • PERMANENT COLOUR

 

3. GRAY BLENDING

You can actually disguise grey hair with highlights, lowlights or balayage. 

very natural-looking, multi-dimensional effect – especially if you’re camouflaging a low volume of greys.