Part of getting older means the inevitable loss of hair color. When that happens can vary, but given enough time, going grey happens to everyone, according to Zaine, a hair color specialist in Los Angeles. —
He stresses that it is not the end of the world. Some people look amazing with gray hair.
He pointed to Jamie Lee Curtis as an example. She has kept her natural hair color since 2000, and the graying process looks fantastic on her. Part of Curtis' success is the way she keeps her hair perfectly styled, and her effortless attitude toward aging.
A lot of people don't understand that there are shades of gray. It can run from an almost white to very dark. Confusing? Your professional colorist can recommend the perfect subtle gray toner to rock the look without changing the base color.
"If you think you look good in gray, but it could be improved, then you really should look at professionally toning. The best approach is to compliment your skin tone," he said. "Then, use that to build your make-up choices and create the perfect look for you."
Other celebrities have experimented with gray hair as a color, shading out their own natural hair. Ryan Lochte colored his hair gray with the barest hint of blue, giving him an older, wiser and dignified look, the hair color expert said.
"When Lady Gaga colored her hair silvery-gray for the 2015 Grammys, she was simply stunning. It so complemented her complexion and makeup. That is one woman who knows how to dress for effect from the top of her head to the soles of her feet," he said.
Going gray doesn't have to be a negative thing, Zaine said. It’s not for everyone, but for some, it can be a fantastic opportunity to create a sensational new look.
For more information visit http://www.zainecoloursalon.com
Release ID: 173272