Colouring hair in vogue
Colouring hair is fun, colouring hair is exciting. If you haven't ever dyed your hair (in a salon or at home), colouring it for the first time can be pretty intimidating. One has to be cautious about which colour may suit one.
Rahil Mehnaz is working as senior govt. officer. Recently she planned to colour her hair but unfortunately she choose a very wrong colour for her. This colour cannot suit a high official. And also her age is a crucial factor.
Quazi Qumrul Islam, owner of Banthai Barber and Beauty Salon says,"For young generation rainbow colour, ombre, sombre,tone on tone etc. are suitable. For senior people tone on tone is current trend. It is request to all senior not to do ombre or sombre as it will not be suitable for them. Tone on tone is global colour tone where there will be two or three colours, such as copper, medium brown, dark brown. Funky colours will not go with doctor, lawyer, high officials etc. Some people think that funky colour may give them a so called 'Cool' look but we must think about the age, personality, profession and also his/her social status.
"I also request all the reader that they must go to any renowned hair stylist before, colouring, rebonding or any other hair related issue, says Qumrul. "Many so called beauticians or hair stylists are available nowadays and they do not have proper knowledge about the proportion of chemicals one has to use. They do not even know different types of hair quality and texture. So I suggest going a good Salon or parlour before doing anything with your hair.
Quazi Qumrul Islam
Owner of Banthai Barber and Beauty Saloon