Wood Brown

wood brown

The science of natural brown hair colors lies in finding a perfect shade for your skin tone. Yes, it’s that easy. At the same time, it’s a crucial task on your way to looking natural. Here, you can see how a rich and balanced wood brown color embraces medium to dark complexions. This shade looks completely authentic on such bronze-ish and skin tones, that’s why it forms such a harmonic ensemble. Plus, you will love the slightly muted shade of ashy brown that this color produces.

Pinky Purple Spring Hair Color

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Unlike the bright and dramatic purples we’re used to seeing, this idea builds a perfect balance between brown and purple. On top of that, it looks extremely dimensional with its lighter strands. In other words, if you’re looking for something special this season.

pinky purple spring hair color

Blonde With Dark Roots

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Spring hairstyles with outgrown roots are going to be on the edge of popularity. Together with pale and creamy blond shades, the dark roots will conquer the fashion world.

2023’s spring/summer hair color trend


Blonde With Dark Roots
Blonde With Dark Roots
chunky highlights
chunky highlights

Worried about hair loss?

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When you are washing or brushing your hair, you may be worried about hair falling off the brush or falling on the floor. Hair regrowth is natural and everyone has some hair loss. However, there are times when I feel like I’ve been losing a lot of hair recently, and I’m worried that my hair will continue to fall out and become thinner (I’ve said that my hair loss has increased since I lived in Hong Kong). There are many customers) In fact, it is said that even healthy people lose about 50 to 100 hairs every day.

Why do gray hairs grow?

Gray Hair

There is considerable individual variation in the age at which gray hair appears, and genetics plays a major role in the development of gray hair. The cause of gray hair is that the function of the hair pigment cells that produce melanin, which is the pigment of the hair, declines or disappears. Although the exact reason for this is still unknown, there is no doubt that genetics play a major role.

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