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first_imgLike other parts of your body your hair will change during the nine months of your pregnancy. For most woman hair tends to grow quicker, fuller hair is one benefit for some women and finer for others while some experience hair that is just a little different in some way.It is important to remember that hair can be more fragile and prone to breakage during pregnancy. Do not be alarmed as your hairdresser will be more than delighted to recommend the correct product and services during your pregnancy. Should You Colour Your Hair During Pregnancy?One of the most frequently asked questions that our team at the Centre of Excellence get asked is whether or not you can colour your hair during pregnancy. YES YOU CAN! Evidence suggests that it is safe to colour your hair during pregnancy as very little chemicals in hair dye is actually absorbed into your system and colour has become so much more gentle and advanced in recent times to cater for hair colouring during pregnancy.To combat grey hair and maintain your colour perhaps you should consider a colour that is less of a commitment such as a Balayage; semi- permanent which is still hugely on trend. It is best to try and avoid scalp bleach applications as your skin and scalp can be at its most sensitive during this time. This is why it is important to carry out a skin test prior to any colour service during pregnancy. Patrick feel’s that it is important for women to feel good about themselves and with the advancement of colour recently there is a safe colour formula when used in a professional capacity is suitable during pregnancy.Dry HairVery often during pregnancy hair can lose moisture, expecting mothers often visit us for a hydrating in-salon treatment that will pump some much needed moisture back into the hair. We would also recommend that you treat yourself to a good quality shampoo and conditioner for home use that is moisture based if needed.Keep Heat To A MinimumYour body temperature can rise during pregnancy so in order to be more comfortable try to blow-dry on a low setting. We would also recommend that you dry your hair in an airy room with a window open if possible to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible. New StyleMany expecting mothers want to try a new hairstyle and go for a complete restyle which is fantastic; but just remember to choose a style that will compliment your face shape and also be mindful of choosing a style that will be low maintenance after the baby is born, because by all account you will be busy! A good in-depth consultation with your stylist will help you decide on a look that is suitable for you.So to all you future mammy’s there is no reason why you can’t look and feel beautiful with your hair at any time.PATRICK GILDEA’S HAIR TIP – HAVING BEAUTIFUL HAIR DURING PREGNANCY was last modified: October 15th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more