I'm not sure that hair dye can permeate the scalp, if it did I'm sure I wouldn't need my roots done as often! And if it can, and get into the blood ******, I think we all should be concerned pregnant or not.
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05-08-2012 23:25 #11
05-08-2012 23:40 #12
It sure does permeate and get into the blood ******. I use Herbatint, whether pg or not (their Flash Fashion Colours range ~ hard to get, but it's out there!). Ammonia free, free of lots of the gnarlier chemicals, actually. And beaut colour that leaves your hair really glossy and healthy-feeling. It really takes well. I order it in at my health food shop.
06-08-2012 07:17 #13Senior Member
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I waited till I was 36 weeks to get only a t-sect of foils, when I got home I rewashed my hair incase there was any residue left as I don't think they can wash your hair that well in those chair sinks.
06-08-2012 07:28 #14
its perfectly, 100% safe.
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06-08-2012 07:46 #15
06-08-2012 08:16 #16
I did mine at home, and waited until the third trimester (more because I kept forgetting to buy the dye then any other reason). I did it in a very well ventilated space, and didn't keep it on as long as I usually do. I also picked a colour very close to my natural colour so I won't need to do it again for this pregnancy .
I probably wouldn't have bothered with it, but I'm a bit vain and everyone kept pointing out how grey I'm getting (a touch at the temples, but enough that I got upset that people would think I'm my baby's grandmother, which amused my hubby no end Hormones ).
06-08-2012 08:22 #17Senior Member
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I had mine done... And pregnant hairdressers work with the dyes constantly so I didn't see the harm
06-08-2012 10:13 #18
06-08-2012 19:36 #19
it was probably more dangerous like 20 yrs ago but chemicals in hair colour has come a looong way.
Ill never forget a woman who was getting her hair cut in my salon and i suggested a colour 'no way im pregnant!' but proceeded to go out for cigarette while her treatment was on.
but yea its all good!!
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