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    Default Colouring Hair and Pregnancy?? Did you do it?? Can I do it?

    Hi All,

    I am currently 13 weeks and super keen to get my hair coloured but don't want to put the baby at risk. I called my hair dresser and she said that there is no proven health issues but a full head color comes in contact with the skin obviously. She said some people just won't do it. She uses Dikson colors and I have googled that but to no avail. Some people say it's safe, some say they wouldn't. What do you guys think?

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    I dyed my hair in both pregnancy's and have a beautiful healthy 22 month old son and 3 week old daughter

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    I didnt hold back from getting my hair coloured when i was pregnant and i had no problems. DS is perfectly fine.

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    I dyed my hair throughout both of my pregnancies and had no probs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    I dyed my hair throughout both of my pregnancies and had no probs.
    This

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    Same here, no problems.

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    oohh i didnt even think twice about it whops! ive booked myself in for a "hair makeover" before bub's arrives. im 27 weeks! im sure it's ok.....
    and i just realised i demolished a bbq bacon and salami twist thing from bakers delight...another whoops lol...

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    I had foils so it doesn't come in contact with the skin

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    I did with my first and am with this pregnancy too. I just don't do it during the first trimester.

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    Wondering the same thing as I need to due my hair at around 21-22 weeks for an occasion. Was going to pick up an organic hair dye for my hairdresser to use so there are no chemicals. Will check with my Ob as well.


 

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