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Is there a Hair Colour that makes your Hair less greasy?

Is there a Hair Colour that can create greasy Hair more than others? Or, even better, is there a Hair Colour that can help manage it?

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Long live your Natural oils that keep your skin firm and wrinkle free. But when those oils reek havoc with your Hair you're taking on a whole other beast. Nothing is worse that waking up the next day after a serious blow dry, to look back in the mirror and see it all turned to grease. There is only so much copious amounts of dry shampoo can do to extend it and we all know once those oils are in, they are only properly removed with a good ole fashioned shampoo.

So is there a Hair Colour that can create greasy Hair more than others? Or, even better, is there a Hair Colour that can help manage it? Yes and yes. Typically dark Hair Colour’s with weaker Developer’s will be more prone to oils. Whereas lightened Hair dries out the Hair resulting in less oils.

Now while less oily Hair may sound appealing, but bleaching does not, there are still other ways around it. Lightening your Hair with the help of a strong Developer like a 30 or 40 Volume Developer will help dry out your Hair but won’t damage your Hair like when using Bleach. If you don’t want to have a full head of Blonde, why not try some Highlights to help break your Hair up to beat that grease!


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