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Hair Colouring

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Hair colouring is the process of adding to or altering the natural hair colour. It is used to disguise or cover grey and white hair, and to enhance or completely change the natural shade. Hair colourings have been used for centuries, in one form or another, to produce different effects for various reasons and in recent times it has become popular for both men and women to use hair colouring cosmetics for fashion and style effects.

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© 1984 Leo Palladino

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Palladino, L. (1984). Hair Colouring. In: Mastering Hairdressing. Macmillan Master Series. Palgrave, London. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-349-86035-7_14

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