What are the side effects of dyeing your hair

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What are the side effects of dyeing your hair

Everyone likes to style and groom their hair in the lastest and the most interesting fashion. One of the most in-demand fashion trends for hair is dyeing or colouring your hair. Hair colour can jazz up the look of your hair in an instant. However, it is often said that beauty comes with a great price, same is the case of hair colouring or hair dyeing. There are plenty of hair colour products that can help you to transform your look. These same products can actually harm your hair in the worst possible manner. Let’s find out the possible side effects of dyeing your hair! (Also read: How reverse hair washing helps you to get soft and bouncy hair)

Loss of natural colour
The hair colours have ammonia in them or even if they are ammonia free they have another strong chemical in them. These strong chemicals ruin the hair shaft, removes or bleaches out the natural pigment of the hair. This bleaching leads to serious hair damage and loss of natural colour of the hair.

Many people have a hard time in dyeing their hair as it leads to allergy. The main reason behind these allergies is the chemical composition of the hair dye. Most of the hair dyes contain paraphenylenediamine or PPD. This chemical leads to itchy scalp, swelling and scaly skin etc. (Also read: Five bedtime habits you should follow for gorgeous hair)

Skin irritation
It is often advocated to use a sample hair colour patch to check for skin reaction. Some people’s skin has a hard time adjusting to the chemicals in the hair dye. This might lead to skin irritation.

Hair loses the shine
The hair colour is not just an easy process, you have to maintain it as well. This maintenance often means regular exposure to chemical treatments. All these things kill the natural shine of the hair and make it dull and lifeless.

When you are dyeing your hair, your face and eyes too come in contact with the chemicals. These chemicals lead to many problems such as Conjunctivitis. This happens due to the chemicals. (Also read: What are the combing mistakes that you are making every day)

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