Cover in gray hair during in-between seasons, how can you reduce hair damage?
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[by Hwang Yeon-do] The fierce cold is going away and we can feel the spring energy coming around the corner. The warm spring weather lightens our body and mind as well.
However, for those who have gray roots, spring is not always a pleasant. You were able to cover it with a hat during the cold winter, but you can’t continue to do so while ignoring the increasing warmer temperature. The season of gray root cover is upon us. Let's take a look at tips to protect your scalp health and how to dye your hair during changing seasons
The chances of worsening the scalp health by fine dust in spring UP
The changing seasons affects not only skin but also hair. Fine dust, dust storms, and UV rays are all the reasons for the bad condition of your hair. Especially, the dry spring wind blow away moisture from your hair so it creates more dead skin cell. To add insult to injury, if you use irritating dye to color your hair, it can be fatal to your scalp.
As hair dyeing and perms become more common, many people complain about scalp troubles. Most of the hair dyes include strong chemical ingredients so it causes many side effects. Also, as ‘self-dyeing’ becomes trendy, the hair damage get worse due to improper techniques and it cost more money to repair the damage later on. Is there any way to cover the gray root before the weather complete warms up?
Damaged scalp & hair self-management
Self-management is essential for people who need to periodically dye their gray roots. As we put many efforts for skin care, scalp and hair management care is the only solution. It doesn’t have to be hard. Even if you invest only 15 minutes a day, you can prevent extreme damage.
First, wash your hair at night instead of morning for your damaged scalp. There are dust, shampoo residue and dead skin cells on you scalp. Some people wash their hair in the morning to avoid oily hair, but this is like not washing your face after going out. Drying you hair is also important. If you sleep with damp hair, you will get dandruff in no time.
The easiest and most effective way to care for you damaged hair from frequent dyeing is to apply nourishing treatment or ampoule once or twice a week. After shampooing, apply an oil product on the end tips of the hair and use warm temperature to dry your hair to minimize irritation. Severely damaged hair can cause more damage so cutting them off is another solution. Most of all, self-perm or self-dye at home can be dangerous so make sure you leave to it a professional.
'Nice dye' with reduced damage is the solution
Recently, the first Busan Dyeing Room, Jayeon-e meuldeulida shop, opened in Sajikdong and they are famous for its "Naturalist Dyeing Workshop". It is popular among customers as well as those who want to establish a dyeing room as a business. The reasonable cost and healthy dyeing is the secret of the popularity.
Especially, it can keep track of scalp hair condition, 1: 1 customized care consultation, dyeing procedure and hair care stage in one place. Above all, the unique color recipe made especially for the hair condition of each customer by using color powder made from natural extracts and low-stimulant dye mixed with natural grains and tea, is the differentiated know-how from other beauty salons. The hypoallergenic dyeing, which minimizes damage of the hair has to be a good news for people who need frequent root coverage. How about trying "Nice dyeing" this spring? (photo by bntnews DB, Ecomine, Jayeon-e meuldeulida)