By Jamie R Published 02/29/2016 11:47:00 | Views: 845
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My teenage daughter wants to have her hair colored but I'm not thrilled about the idea or the cost involved. What is considered too young for color and what would be an acceptable place to start without allowing her to just do anything she wants?

Color can change the condition of a person's hair and it has to be cared for and kept up. Naturally you'll want to set limits with your daughter, as color is an investment in time and cost and there is a point that they simply are too young to appreciate it. Also, it depends if you are talking about a 17-year-old or a 13-year-old—there's quite a difference in the level of maturity and what is considered socially acceptable.

In my experience, most teenage girls want something that will accent their features and look sun-kissed, so my suggestion is to consider having some basic highlights done—not too many, maybe a few around the face or on either side of the part line or even little flicks through the ends.

The trend right now is all about grown-out color, so these highlights can be done lower on the and allowed to grow out and still look trendy. There's less upkeep involved and she'll be happy about having a very current look

By Jamie R 02/29/2016 11:47:00

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