Your Pregnancy


Q My roots are showing, but I’ve heard that you shouldn’t colour your hair during pregnancy. Is that true? I think I’d rather play it safe and avoid all colour, but what can Ido to make my hair look better?

A RENEÉ ANSWERS: Many moms-to-be stop colouring their hair due to concerns surrounding toxicity and chemical exposure. Here are the options for the chemical-conscious among us:

B LONDES If you are foiling or freehand lightening (known as balayage), you are at minimal chemical exposure risk – as long as the dye doesn’t touch your scalp.

If lightening is not an option, weaving your natural colour into the old highlights from the regrowth will

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