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Colour me at all?

DNMUM415859 | 6/10/2018 | Author : Ornella D’Souza | WC :826

Is applying hair colour, a concoction full of chemicals, bad for your health? Doctors say yes, hairdressers say no. Ornella D’Souza delves into the much-debated dialogue

Behind all those fabulous hair colouring styles with French names - ombre and balayage - and techniques - highlights or global - is a cold, harsh truth. That hair colour is born from a dance of chemicals. This explains why the bleached, coloured parts of your mane turn coarse if your after-care regime is off. Moreover, multiple studies have associated hair dyes with cancer; and fashion hair colour in all it’s avatars - temporary to permanent - is not far behind. To get to the root of this hair care argument, we ask experts what they think.
Hair-beauty experts say yes
Adhuna Bhabani, founder and creative director of BBlunt chain of hair salons and products, explains with respect to her range of at-home-applicant hair col
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