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If your child's change in hair doesn't violate school rules and they're between 16 to 18 years old, we suggest experiencing their first hair color change together!
There are many hair colors and dyeing techniques available now, with plenty of choices, but the most important thing is that they're safe for the hair.
If your child wants a drastic change (e.g., from blonde to black), it's good to do some research or even talk to a trusted expert to suggest less damaging alternatives, perhaps opting for a semi-permanent dye or an ammonia-free one.
What we definitely want to avoid is hair damage, so don't let your child change their hair color alone at home. Instead, see it as an opportunity for a mother-daughter bonding experience where you'll spend quality time together and share another first experience with your daughter.
Directly suggest to your child to go to a good salon where their hair will be properly taken care of and they'll receive advice. Explain the risks that may be involved if they attempt such changes at home. The most significant risks are:
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If your concerns are resolved, book your appointment, and happy first hair dye!