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5 Types of Hair Color (Which one is right for you?)

With so many different types of hair color, it can be hard to know which one is right for you. You may not know the difference between demi-permanent, semi-permanent, and temporary hair color, for instance. If you need to brush up on your hair color terminology to help you choose your next look, this is the post for you. Here are 5 types of hair color and what you can expect when you use them. 

Permanent

If you want color that lasts long-term, permanent hair color is the way to go. That’s because it penetrates your hair shaft, allowing the dye to change your hair color all the way through. Your hair will remain the color you dye it until you either cut it off or dye it a different color. 

You’ll need to periodically retouch permanent hair color because your natural roots will show as your hair grows. Permanent hair dye is also harsh on the hair because it uses ammonia and peroxide to strip your natural color. And some people also have allergic reactions to permanent hair color.

Demi-Permanent

Demi-permanent hair dyes are gentler on your hair than permanent dyes because they do not use ammonia. They’re a good choice if you want long-lasting color but don’t want to put ammonia on your hair. 

Demi-permanent hair color lasts about three or four weeks. It’s great for getting rid of grays or dying your hair darker, but because it lacks ammonia, you will not be able to lighten your hair with demi-permanent hair color. 

Semi-Permanent

Semi-permanent hair color cannot penetrate the hair shaft and only remains on the outside of your hair. Like demi-permanent hair color, semi-permanent dye cannot lighten your hair. And it will wash out after four to eight shampoos. 

However, because semi-permanent hair color is gentler on your hair, it works well if you already have damage, and it’s less likely than permanent or demi-permanent hair color to cause an allergic reaction. There are also natural options for semi-permanent hair color, like henna and indigo.

Temporary

Temporary hair color is short-lived, often washing out after one shampoo. However, it can be an excellent choice for those who want to experiment with colors or like to change up their look. Temporary colors typically come in spray, foam, or gel form and offer a wide variety of colors, including unnatural shades and bright colors.

Temporary colors are a fun way to mix up your routine or add a pop of color for parties, clubs, dance nights, or costumes. And since they only sit on the outside of your hair, they’re less likely to cause damage than other types of hair color.

Gradual

Gradual hair color changes your color over time instead of all at once. These colors use metals that build up on your hair over time. They aren’t likely to cause allergic reactions and are a good choice if you’d like to avoid the shock value of showing up with an entirely different color of hair.

Many people choose gradual hair colors to slowly change their hair from gray to brown or burgundy. Gradual hair color is not permanent, so you’ll need to continue applying the color at regular intervals. 

Regardless of the type of hair color you choose, you’ll need to give your hair some TLC so it stays healthy and vibrant. Viori’s shampoo and conditioner bars are always gentle on colored hair.  

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Viori Support Team
Oct 12, 2021

Great question, Patricia! All of our shampoo and conditioner bars are built to increase the strength and health of your hair and are made with fermented Longsheng rice water. All the ingredients we use in all of our bars should produce great results for your hair, even if we can’t guarantee that your graying will go away.

Finding the best shampoo and conditioner bar depends on your scalp type. If you feel your scalp type is more oily, then we recommend using the Citrus Yao bars because citrus breaks down oil the best. If your scalp is dry, we recommend the Terrace Garden, Hidden Waterfall or Native Essence bars. If you feel it’s normal and doesn’t really lean too much to one way or the other, then you would be fine using any of the bars. 💕 Let us know if you have any other questions!

Angela
Oct 12, 2021

Does this shampoo do anything for grey hair?

Patricia Williams
Oct 12, 2021

My hair needs to grow andi need to color the gray.which is the best products I should use for my hair iam a older woman

Viori Support Team
Sep 28, 2021

Thanks for your comment, Maria! The Red Yao people believe that their long hair is their most prized possession. They have been wrapping up their hair for thousands of years, it is part of who they are. We use the same Longsheng rice water they use on their hair, in our shampoo and conditioner bars.⁣
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When they wrap their hair, they actually use two extensions of their real hair from themselves: the first extension is their hair that they cut when they are around 18-20 for the first time, the second extension is their hair that they collect as it falls out when they wash/comb their hair. Our Corporate Social Responsibility team has confirmed with several aunties in the Longsheng area about this. 😊⁣
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You can learn more about the history of the Red Yao and their hair here: https://viori.com/blogs/viori-blog/the-red-yao-s-secrets-to-healthy-hair.⁣

Regarding their eyebrows, there are a few factors to consider for this. 1) Eye brow hair grows differently than top-of-head hair. It’s follicle is thicker so losing a hair from natural hair fall or if the follicle is damaged from over plucking/brow hair removal can make a significant difference in appearance. 2) The majority of Asian people naturally have very thin, light colored eye brows. Any additional plucking/brow hair removal to the eye brows will essentially make them less noticeable. You will notice that the women pictured on our website have used some form of plucking/brow hair removal to shape their eyebrows and resulted in very thin brows. 3) The Red Yao also do not have a focused routine of using rice water on their eyebrows.⁣ Hopefully this helps answer your question!

Maria F Rico
Sep 28, 2021

The products seem to be very nice and the ladies’ hair in the photos look thick and shiny. They almost look like wigs. Maybe it’s the way they style it.
I do have a question. Why don’t the ladies have full eyebrows? They look like they shave them or just don’t have any?
Thank you.

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