The first step in transitioning to grey and to make the process easier go and talk to your hairdresser. Ask about semi-permanent colour or highlights get professional advice to manage the grey reveal…. It will be stunning!
Managing your grey hair so its silver and shiny
Polish your silver tresses. Grey strands are usually drier than pigmented hairs, so they have a tendency to be coarse and can easily look dull if you aren’t vigilant about managing your natural grey hair.
Here are some suggestions for a smooth, classy look and enduring shine:
Buy the right shampoo for grey hair, because grey hair can take on a yellowish cast, lathering a couple times a month with a silver-specific shampoo can help counteract any yellow tone. Blue-violet pigment hued shampoos and conditioners enhance the silver… but only use once or twice a month this will prevent your hair from taking on a violet cast
- NAK Platinum Blonde Anti-Yellow Shampoo
- De Lorenzo Novafusion Intense Grey
- Davroe Blonde Senses Shampoo.
Stay sharp get a modern cut with clean edges. Whatever cut you choose, be sure that you get a trim every 6 to 8 weeks. Grey hair can start to look unruly if it is not trimmed frequently enough.
Protect your tresses from U-V light and environmental pollutants as these can make any hair colour look dull even grey hair that has barely any pigment. So wash at least every other day (to prevent any build up) use a hydrating shampoo and conditioner containing antioxidants, which help protect against UV and environmental damage
- JUUCE Ultra Repair Shampoo
- JUUCE Ultra Repair Conditioner
- NAK Nourish Shampoo
- NAK Nourish Conditioner.
Go lighter on your styling products avoid heavy pomades, waxes, and oily serums, they can coat your grey hair and make it look dusty try
Combat your frizz try
these will make your hair feel softer and look healthier.