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Different people have different opinions when it comes to how often you should wash your hair. Some people say once everyday, whereas others find that once a week is more effective. The truth is, we are all different, and you need to find what works best for you.
The short answer is when the roots start showing - usually about every 4-6 weeks, the long answer is that again everyone is different, if you are unsure about colouring your hair, please contact me.
Yes, as multiple dyes need to be used.
Over the years, people have conducted animal studies trying to shed light on this matter. Some, but not all, studies have shown a few of the chemical compounds in hair dyes to be teratogenic (causing birth defects). However, in many cases the animals were exposed to extremely high doses of these chemicals, doses in no way equivalent to the exposure of the woman who colours her hair every month or two.
Clearly, the chemicals in both permanent and semi-permanent hair dyes are not highly toxic. These chemicals have been around a long time, and no research shows they cause defects in newborns, so colouring your hair during pregnancy is probably safe. Plus, I apply the dyes safely (using gloves in a well-ventilated room, and not leaving solutions on for excessive periods of time), you don't really absorb much of the chemicals into your system.
Semi-permanent colour washes out over a period of time (six to twenty four shampoos, depending upon the formula), so if you don‘t like the colour you don’t have to live with it for too long. Another benefit of semi-permanent colour is that because the colour is temporary, you won't have to deal with noticeable roots.