I have been colouring my hair at home for many years, usually using a medium to dark brown as I’ve always had a dark base. I’m in my early 50’s, so I have plenty of grey hair but the ends are black. I would like a nice warm brown. Can this be achieved?
Mary, City Centre
You obviously have a build up of home colour which is resulting in black ends. The first step would be to have this professionally lightened out, which involves using a colour remover and should only be done in a salon. Then I would use a warm brown shade from INOA Supreme from L’Oreal Professional. This fantastic range of colour is specifically designed for people with 70% to 100% grey/white hair.
Its multi-tonal, which means the tones used are much softer and complimentary to ageing skin. This is probably a good time to have a look at the make-up you are wearing to see will it suit your new shade.
As the tones are softer, your regrowth can be a little less obvious also. INOA Supreme also contains a magic ingredient called Densilium R, which conditions your hair while also helping to create density and volume in limp, ageing hair. There is also home care called Age Supreme available in salon to manage that salon shine between visits.
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