One of the things I am compromising with, from a sustainable perspective, is my hair colour. I have coloured my hair almost all my adult life and I probably will for a long time. Especially since my hair started getting grey when I was 24 (I am now 32). I am not feeling ready for that yet!
The last years I have started colouring at home more often and using a brand called Tints of Nature. It is not a completely natural hair colour, but it made out of 95% natural ingredients and 75% are organic. It is also without ammonia and parabens. (Swipe for picture). 💁🏻♀️
When I have tried those colourings made out of clay, herbs or henna, I always find they get a bit too warm in the colour for me. I think my complection is just better suited for cooler shades. But it definitely looks good on many other people!
So, a bit of a compromize for me that is going to have to be good enough for now.
Do you colour your hair? What do you use then? Please share all the tips you have!☺️
As the warmth of summer fades and the crisp autumnal months arrive, it's a great time to update your look🍂🍁 Now is a great time to take a break from summer blondes and opt for richer, darker tones with caramel, amber, and hazel hues - that not only reflect the autumn leaves but are kinder on the hair.
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