Preventing hair from going grey simply isn’t an option. All we can do is decide how to deal with the glamorous greys.
There is no one way to go grey. There are all sorts of factors to consider including:
⭐️Your client’s natural hair colour (for example blonde hair going grey og brown hair going grey – there is a difference!)
⭐️Your client’s hair type
⭐️How much of your client’s hair is already grey
Every client is different and – thankfully – there are also different ways to go grey. Maybe it’s removing hair colour to go grey, or it is cutting off hair to go grey. Or maybe even colouring the entire hair a grey colour.
If your client needs to go grey without using hair colour, you can bypass the entire grow-out process by giving your client a short hairstyle, for example a pixie haircut.
You can also advise your client to get lowlights or highlights to blend in their new glamorous grey with their existing hair colour (psst! here is a few formulas from our stylist group: Platin: 11*11 and a hint of blueberry with 1.5 vol, Dark blonde/grey: equal parts 8.17/8.2).
But going grey is a lot more than just getting a few highlights or letting the greys grow out – there are also a lot of benefits.
What kind of benefits you may ask?
You ask and we will answer!