Users of semi-permanent or temporary hair color can expect their color to last for about 6 weeks. Color fades with shampooing and exposure to air. More »

According to How Stuff Works, semi-permanent hair dye works by having molecules of color adhere to the hair; some molecules may penetrate the hair cuticle. A little color is removed every time the hair is shampooed. Air ... More »

Since textured African-American hair is naturally dry and brittle, it is a good idea to choose a semi-permanent hair color that contains the least chemicals since chemicals can dry up the hair even more, make it frizzy a... More »

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Semi-permanent hair color lasts about four weeks or up to 28 shampoos. Permanent hair color lasts until the colored hair grows out, but recoloring is necessary every four to six weeks as the roots grow out. More »

Ombre hair is a hair color that is usually a darker shade from the roots through to the mid shaft and gradually fades to a lighter color from the mid shaft to the ends. The word "ombre" is of French origin and means "to ... More »

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Demi-permanent hair color falls between permanent and semi-permanent hair color. Demi-permanent color is less damaging to hair than permanent. "Demi" colors last up to 24 washings, which is longer than "semi" colors; how... More »

All-Nutrient hair color is a certified organic-based hair care and hair color system developed by Charles Frank, colorist and founder. All-Nutrient hair color is different to various other hair color companies as the pro... More »

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