Superb and Sterling: Silver Hair Is Incredible
If you had asked anyone a decade ago if they would be embracing silver or gray hair, who would have given an enthusiastic answer? Probably not too many people. And yet we find ourselves in the midst of a silver hair revolution as more and more people are getting on board with the silver hair trend. What was once seen as a color indicative of age is now being embraced with vigor and youth.
Silver hair color is incredibly versatile and complements a great many different styles and outfits. It's perfect for those with dark complexions as well as those who are fairer, making it an all-round champion color. Of course, not everyone can pull off silver hair and it takes a certain amount of courage to take the plunge from dark to light! However, if you're plucky enough to try it, then embracing silver hair shades might be one of the best decisions you ever make.
How to get silver hair: techniques and tricks
Catwalk models have been seen sporting the silver hair look
If you've ever wondered how to get silver hair, wonder no more! Of course, it's possible to visit a qualified hairdresser to get this done, however, if you're short on funds or time then there's definitely a way of achieving this at home. It's not for the faint of heart, and will require a certain level of commitment but it's worth it in the end since you're going to look fab.
Firstly, you're going to need to bleach your hair. Unless you're a natural level 10, there's no way to achieve platinum or silver hair shades without first lightening your hair dramatically. The amount that you will have to bleach your hair depends on your natural hair color, and it's incredibly important that you're careful during the entire process as bleach can damage your hair and skin if used incorrectly.
Next, you're going to have to tone your hair. This will get rid of the horrible yellow that the bleach imparts, and is absolutely essential to achieving pristine silver hair. A purple-based toner with a 5 or 10 volume developer is a good point to start. Leave it on your head for about half an hour before rinsing it off.