Going Gray

Does your hair salon have a fountain of youth? If not, your stylist can still help you look younger, one strand at a time. To cover unwanted grays, consult your stylist about two essential coloring techniques. Blending camouflages the gray while adding colors that are similar to your natural shade, resulting in some lighter strands for natural highlights. This low-maintenance color treatment only needs to be touched up every six to eight weeks. The full coverage technique matches your natural color with an all-over application from root to tip. Touch-ups are usually required after four to six weeks. For the best options to mask white and silver locks, talk to your stylist. Together, you will determine the right shade and color technique to capture the perfect, youthful, look for you.