FRENCH COLORIST SHOWS YOU HOW TO COVER GREY HAIR

yolanda October 22, 2018 0
FRENCH COLORIST SHOWS YOU HOW TO COVER GREY HAIR

When women discover their first greys, they become obsessed with attempting a new hairstyle to try and hide them. On average, when a person notices the first greys, the effect will multiply over the following ten years. The age at which your parents and grandparents got their first greys is a good indication as to your own. The bulb is no longer producing melanin, and in the absence of pigment, the hair becomes grey.

The solution to cover grey hair? You either have a color treatment at your hair salon or you use Temporary Color Gel, a new product by Christophe Robin, one of the world’s leading colorists, whose haircare products I’ve been using for years. They are excellent!

FRENCH COLORIST SHOWS YOU HOW TO COVER GREY HAIR

The Temporary Color Gel is an effective solution to blend your first greys and obtain a natural color. It is the perfect solution for people who do not wish to change the color or texture of their hair.

This direct hair color coats the hair fiber with color pigments without modifying the hair’s structure. Each shade blends into the base for a subtle, natural-looking result. The color then evenly fades each time the hair is washed. It doesn’t contain any ammonia, peroxide, oxidants, resorcinol or silicones. It is enriched with oat flakes, recognized for their protective and antioxidant properties for the scalp and skin.

Christophe Robin’s new product is available in four shades: Golden Blonde, Dark Blonde, Light Chestnut and Dark Chestnut. Inspired by the natural shades of Parisians, they blend with the natural base for a subtle and discreet result. Opt for the color closest to the natural base of your hair.

 

VIDEO: HOW TO USE TEMPORARY COLOR GEL BY CHRISTOPHE ROBIN

The application takes 40 minutes. Apply Temporary Color Gel to the full hair with the applicator brush and focus on greys for an optimal grey coverage.

 

More infos on the haircare products by Christophe Robin.

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