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).

By Yraa

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