A hair tint changes the colour of your hair semi-permanently – whether that be your roots, a select section of your hair or the whole head of hair. Hair tints will wash out over time – so there is a general upkeep to maintain. When having a hair tint it’s important to use the right hair care colour products, so you can ensure that the colour remains vibrant and strong.
|Colourist||Tint & Revive||Tint||Tricolour Tint|
|Head of Colour||From 130||135||From 60|
|Creative Director||125||105||From 60|
|Artistic Director||120||95||From 60|
|Senior Technician||90||85||From 60|
|Jack Howard||150||150||From 60|
Hair tints work by depositing colour on top of the strands, without lifting its original pigment. As the colour is placed on top of strands rather than being deposited into the hair cuticle, this has less of an effect in colouring your hair for longer periods of time, as the colour doesn’t seep as deeply into your hair.
Based on the speed your hair grows will depend on how often you need touch-ups. If your hair is slow-growing, you may only need touch-ups once a month, whereas those with quick growth may need their greys doing fortnightly.
A tint is best for those wanting to cover up grey roots – everyone’s hair grows at different rates, therefore a tint is a great way to cover up those hairs creeping through without constantly putting dye on your whole hair. This can create dry hair, split ends and unhealthy hair.
Do you want to cover your roots? Get a hair tint with Paul Edmonds today.