The gray shatush is the new hair trend; to whom does it give more?

Thanks to this beautiful shade your hair will immediately be more refined and elegant. However, there are some precautions to keep in mind when you decide to bleach your hair by applying silver shades. We advise you to always opt for the most delicate ways possible, which do not stress your hair and respect the tips: discover in this video some beauty tips on how to best lighten it, using some natural ingredients.

How to make silver shatush

One of the most recent trends in hair styling are shades of gray. The bleaching can take place either on a faded hair in its entire length or a shatush on the tips.

The silver color pleases both mature women, to even out their hair, and young women, who often choose to combine it with their base color. Doing so creates a stark contrast with the roots, especially in those naturally black hair. The shades can be more or less light and can be adjusted in intensity to avoid getting a too aggressive result.

How should gray shatush be applied to avoid damage?
We recommend that you contact a professional, a hair stylist who will not only apply the bleaching in the correct way, but will also be able to advise you on the most suitable silver shade for your hair and that goes best with your complexion. Keep in mind that switching to gray is a nice "header" and that your personality will also affect the gray shade you apply.

If you still prefer to try it at home alone, here are the basic rules for not stressing the tips and for a super chic result.

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Make a perfect gray shatush even at home

The shatush is the technique that goes to lighten the hair and is characterized by a bright color and a natural effect. Being a precise hair styling technique, it has its rules that must be respected religiously, especially when experimenting at home. Here are the steps you need to follow:

1) Toss your hair and divide it into locks - in this way the nuance will be more natural and uniform, without sharp color breaks;

2) Bleach the hair with hydrogen peroxide in cream - leave on until you have obtained the degree of bleaching for the shade you want to have. This is perhaps the most important and delicate phase because if you leave the cream too long or too little, the risk is that you can permanently damage your hair. Always keep an eye on color then!

3) Perform an anti-yellowing treatment - this step nourishes the hair that has weakened with the bleaching, and also reduces those unsightly yellow reflections that would ruin the effect of your gray shatush.

The silver shatush applied on dark hair needs a starting bleaching of many tones on the lengths and only after that it is possible to switch to the chosen shade of gray. Never touch the roots!

Unlike blondes, who instead have to darken the roots. If you have very light lengths, the advice is to leave them as they are. In the case of ash blond or in any case dark blond, it will be necessary to proceed with the bleaching and only then with the coloring.

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Who does the gray shatush give to?

As we said at the beginning, the gray shatush is liked by many and it adapts mostly to all heads. Who wouldn't want a fairy effect on their hair? Be careful though ... not to be mistaken, each has its own shade of gray!

Gray shatush on black hair - your dark locks don't go very well with bleaching, but your dream is of a fairytale silver lock. How to do it? The gray shatush is for you.
The natural color of your hair will make your tips or extensions tend to ice white or even blue. Avoid the granny effect by contacting the hairdresser as it is the best choice to avoid wrong shades. It is really difficult to obtain discreet results on your own when you are in the moment of lightening; expert hands will know how to move. pose that will lead to weaken your hair.

Gray shatush on brown hair - you can experiment with shades and alternate the silver of the shatush with caramel-colored streaks. If you like an intense effect, this is the right way. The brightness of the hair will be highlighted by the play of light and from the reflections that are obtained by combining the two techniques (shatush + meches).

Gray shatush on blonde hair - your starting color naturally approaches the gray hue. In these cases, the most suitable nuance is that of ash gray because it does not deviate much from the base color and does not weigh it down. The final effect most suitable for blondes is in the name of naturalness.

Shatush on gray hair - for mature women we simply suggest letting your silver highlights shine to the max. There are many specific products on the market, such as dedicated shampoos and masks. Enhance the final effect with a retouch with the gray shatush.

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Downsides of having silver undertones

One of the big 'cons' of having gray shatush is maintenance: it needs a lot of retouching at the root due to regrowth, unlike the blond and red tones of the same technique.
Furthermore, being one of the most difficult colors to make in the salon, you should also take into account the economic aspect that this entails. In particular, this is more true if you have black hair, for the different steps to be applied. Finally, remember that the bleaching technique is more aggressive than that of a traditional shatush and therefore is strongly not recommended for those with brittle hair.
For those with thicker and more resistant hair, keep in mind that nourishing treatments will be necessary, to be applied after the treatment.

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