“Introduce some highlights or lowlights to help grey hair appear more dimensional, shinier, and healthier,” she said.
“Grey highlights can also be a great way to begin to transition to grey hair without the harsh banding of allowing your roots to grow out or having to make the chop,” the expert explained.
“If your hair is darker, opt for darker shades of salt and pepper or charcoal grey to complement and blend with your natural locks.
“Alternatively, natural blondes may wish to opt for lighter, warmer shades. Combining blonde with grey is a fabulous way to embrace greys in a youthful way without washing you out.”
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