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A. Gray hair can be gorgeous. Just be sure to go gray gradually, advises Jolene Edgar of Prevention. Wait until your roots are 60 percent silver to stop color treatments. Also, consider a contemporary hairstyle like a cropped cut to maintain a youthful appearance.
A. The average age for women to first experience thinning hair is between 25 and 35. There could be countless triggers for your thinning hair ranging from thyroid conditions to pregnancy. Talk to your doctor to determine the cause and discuss a treatment plan.
A. Go with what’s natural. Select a shade that’s close to your natural color. Resist the temptation to go dramatically darker or lighter than your natural shade as it may not complement your skin tone. For personalized advice, consider consulting a professional hair stylist who specializes in color.
A: Choose moisturizing shampoos and conditioners, or those designed specifically to help preserve color pigments in your hair. You can also put a tint or glaze over your color to add luster and shine, according to Edward Tricomi of Warren-Tricomi Salons. Consider trying a darker, warmer shade to warm up your pale complexion. And wear a hat or scarf over your head to protect the color from harsh temperatures and UV rays, which can cause your color to fade.
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