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No Shades of Gray: The best hair colors against gray hair

Actress Katie Holmes has it, just like millions of other women and men: gray hair. Few of them think their tinsel hair is great, so everyone is asking the same question: How can I cover gray hair? And above all: which hair color makes me look younger? We have the right answers to that.

This is how to properly cover gray hair

If you want to completely cover gray hair, it is best to use permanent coloration with very good gray coverage. Here it is advisable to take a look at the back of the pack: The color examples provide information on the gray component for which the selected shade is suitable. Not every permanent coloration is 100% gray covering.

Those who prefer it more transparent, do not have so much gray hair and have never dyed it before, can also try an intensive tint in their original natural hair color.

If you only have occasional gray hair, you can also cover it with the highlight technique, i.e. only dye individual areas. In this case, however, it is best to go to the hairdresser so that he can find the right shade for the rest of your hair.

Anyone who no longer only has tinsel hair, i.e. occasionally gray hair, but already completely gray hair, should make sure that the type change due to a different color does not become too extreme. Those who switch from gray directly to black will on the one hand be perceived as younger because the gray hair has disappeared, on the other hand too dark a shade can often appear too harsh and - from white to dark - also mean a complete change in type.

Ideally, you should go for a shade that is a little lighter than your natural hair color. This not only makes the result look more harmonious, but also prevents a noticeable approach.

Dyeing gray hair: these colors will make you look younger

With blondes, the first gray hairs are not quite as noticeable. Here it is enough to start with highlights and light tints. If there is more and more gray hair, you should switch to multitone highlights, preferably in an ash shade: They prevent a yellow tinge and a noticeable approach that then has to be colored more often.

For a number of years there has also been a large selection of gray-covering and at the same time slightly lightening blonde shades - an optimal combination for former blondes with gray hair, because the natural hair color usually becomes a little darker over the years until the first gray hairs appear.

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