When I found out I was pregnant, her hair in need of painting.
However, before launching me into the hairdresser, I asked my doctor if there was trouble, to which she replied that despite there is no scientific study that confirms, it would be better not to, at least in the first quarter .
Then I started reading about it and trying to understand what other pre-moms usually do.
As the first three months are crucial for the formation of the baby, it is not very advisable to color this time. However, I realized that not all doctors share the same opinion.
There are those professionals who say they do not pose any problems staining.Others, more cautious, not to advise.
Inks, especially the permanent contain ammonia or other substances to replace him, whose toxicity can be dangerous to come into contact with the scalp, entering our bloodstream.
That’s why I decided not to risk and, despite having the hair of three colors, let me be quiet and not the paint. It was not easy, I confess …
After the first quarter, and already in the 14th week, I experienced a 100% vegetable ink. I read the package insert and on the appropriate site that was 100% safe and recommended in pregnancy, so I had no doubt what he was doing.
In fact, the ink in question had a smell of plants to withstand all complicated and, despite having been in the hair nearly 2 hours, I did not cause any itching or any other reaction type.
However, I must confess that the scenario in my bathroom that afternoon, was horror film. Paint everywhere (fortunately very easy to clean up after) and if it was not her husband’s help, things could have gone very badly.
Probably because it is natural, the color does not come out as you’d like (mixed two colors: a brown and a more reddish tint), but covered part of whites and took a little blond tone the hair had begun to win.
So I am since then and thus tale stay for a few more weeks, when I am thinking experience the tone on tone, this time at the hands of the professionals always. As this is a non-permanent coloring, it has few chemicals and is considered very little harmful.
About getting your hair done after washing it’s not a problem. You can use most of shampoos, hairspray, gel or flat irons during pregnancy.