Teenagers often want to express themselves through their style or fashion. Many teens determine that they want to change things about their hair in order to express themselves. Many parents are very leery about letting their children make permanent changes to their hair because they are fearful that they are going to hate the look or want to change it again in the near future. If your teen wants to update their look, but you are afraid of a long-term commitment, use the guide below to learn a few quick and easy ways to allow your child to express themselves without changing their hair permanently.
Clip-in extensions are a great way to allow your child to change their look whenever he or she wants to quickly and easily. Clip-in extensions that are made from human hair can be dyed to match your child's hair so that they are undetectable when your child wears them. You can even have the stylist who dyes the extensions walk your child through the different ways to wear them and how to properly maintain them.
Temporary Hair Dye
There are temporary hair dyes now available that allow your child to have their hair a certain color for a few weeks or even a month at a time. The hair color washes out as your child washes their hair. The dye causes no damage to your child's hair and allows them to have the look they want for a short period of time. The temporary hair dye is very affordable and does not take long to do. Balayage color, which is coloring that is applied to the bottom section of the hair in a gradient pattern, is a subtle hairstyle that works well with temporary hair dye.
Hair chalk is another great option to consider for a child that wants to express themselves. Hair chalk can be applied to the hair to change its color and create a unique look. The chalk washes out after a single wash so that your child can change the color on a daily basis. It is important to know that not all colors of hair chalk will show up on darker colors of hair. Your child may need to wet their hair slightly to have the chalk show up as much as they would like if they have dark hair.
Being able to express themselves is important for many teens. Allowing them a little leeway when it comes to self-expression can help to build your relationship as a hole and help your child to be able to figure out who they are quickly and easily. They can keep up with the latest styles, such as an ombre look, without the commitment of permanent hair dye.Share
23 May 2017
My name is Melinda Franklin, and I want to thank you for visiting my website. My husband Joseph is an executive in the firm where he works. This means we have three to five annual formal affairs to attend. I will be the first to admit that I’m not the most fashion savvy person. For years, I would find and wear what I thought was the perfect evening gown for each event, yet never felt quite as lovely as I thought I should. I would admire the other women and wonder why I didn’t feel as stunning as they looked. Then it finally dawned on me --it was my lack of accessories. The other women wore earrings and necklaces that completed their outfits. I haphazardly put on jewelry and accessories that I knew were mundane. I would like to share some accessorizing tips I’m using now.