Do you know the difference between natural hair and natural hair color?
The former refers to the color of the hair you were born with. The latter refers to single pigment hair dyes that range from 1 (darkest, usually black) to 10 (lightest, usually blonde). Single pigment simply means that there are no other reflects in the dye, just a natural-looking black, brown, or blonde base without any secondary pigments.
Natural hair color shades can be used as an allover sheer color gloss, and there are nine to choose from in Satin’s Natural Demi-Permanent Series. Designed to add shine to dull hair to help it look richer, more dimensional, and extra pigmented, these natural colors enhance the vibrancy of your “I was born with it” hair color. But those same Natural hair colors are also ideal for covering resistant gray hair, especially when used with Satin’s Cover Gray Developer.
Containing 6% Hydrogen Peroxide, this mild developer has unique coverage boosting ingredients that help lift the cuticle ever so slightly, ensuring maximum color deposit on stubborn gray hairs. It has a low pH that is more suitable to process the color gently yet effectively while the concentrated formula provides users with 100% gray coverage.
The best way to cover gray with a demi-permanent hair color is to pick a color one shade lighter than your natural hair color so that the color does not develop too dark. You’d be surprised how easy it is to overwhelm your face with hair color that’s too dark. It can age you, wash you out, and draw attention to fine lines and wrinkles. Keep your complexion in mind to flatter your skin tone and avoid this common mistake. Remember, as hair loses pigment, so does skin, which is why it is always best to go lighter.
Satin Demi-Permanent Hair Color’s formulation conditions and repairs hair while providing 100 percent gray coverage. Hair is left shiny, strong, hydrated, and healthy. An ideal choice when it comes to covering gray hair. Its micro color molecules provide exceptional saturation for seamless coverage and longer-lasting results that last up to six weeks. It also blends and tones gray strands, resulting in the appearance of highlights and allowing for a more natural and softer grow out. Say goodbye to those growing gray strands!
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