It is in the nature of a woman to strive for beauty.. At the same time, today dyed hair can hardly be called a necessity — rather, it is a tribute to fashion trends or a desire to change the image and hear the admiring exclamations of others. It should be understood what exactly a pregnant woman wants — cardinal changes, or she simply maintains the existing color by staining the roots.
After all, regrown dark roots against the background of bleached hair look not only ugly, but also untidy. But pregnant women should also think about the health of the unborn baby, so the decision to color should be made carefully. First, you need to take into account the changes in the hormonal background that occur in the body of a pregnant woman. Because of this, the color can learn to be completely unexpected or the staining will be uneven. So pregnancy is not the best time for a radical change of image.
Secondly, it is believed that paints are very harmful due to their chemical components, but in fact the harm is exaggerated here, because the effect of such substances on the body is extremely short. But the smell of paint can lead to unpleasant consequences, especially if the pregnant woman suffers from toxicosis. However, modern paints do not contain ammonia and have a slight unobtrusive aroma.
Thirdly, during pregnancy, atypical allergic reactions to the substances that make up the paint may occur. So when choosing paint, give preference to professional hypoallergenic paints.
By the way, tonal staining can also be done with folk remedies — it can be either the usual basma and henna, or such non-standard substances as coffee or lemon juice. Such methods of dyeing are not at all harmful to pregnant women, but are useful for hair, because they contain only natural ingredients.
So, if desired, expectant mothers can recolor their hair without any fear. However, the decision to radically change the image during this period should be made consciously. Sometimes it is better to match the tone of the dye in such a way as to return to your natural hair color. But bright colors and bold hairstyles are best left “for later” — you should not allow the hair of a pregnant woman to be dyed monthly (and this is exactly what you will have to do if your natural and chosen colors differ significantly).