Hair coloring can do one or two things to the hair strands or thickening. The first thing that it does is to coat the hair with a layer of color or expend the cuticle layer of the hair’s strands. Coating the hair consist of applying semi-permanent color such as a cellophane or Jazzing. what happens is the color adds an extra coating to the hair and also evens out the color on thin hair. The second process would be to lift the natural color from the hair to open the cuticle, layer by layer. Using the foil method or weave cap to pull a few or many hairs up in color to give the head of hair a whole new look. These three strands will help support other hairs for a fuller look. In the end, be sure to consult your professional hair stylist on which process would be best for you!
Color Me Thick
October 28, 2010October 28, 2010| | 0 Comment