Should you use permanent or semi-permanent hair colour to cover grey hair? If you don't know, read this article to help you find the best solution.

Why should you choose a permanent hair dye?

If you know what colour you want to showcase for the next few months, you have a lot of grey hair to cover and want to save time and save money, permanent hair dye is for you! It will allow you to cover without exception the grey hair, but also to drastically change hair colour if your heart desires. If you want to go from blonde to brown or from brown to blonde while hiding the undesirable, permanent hair colour is a must. Opt for a colour cream like Nutrisse Cream, specially formulated to give your hair a rich, radiant and healthy appearance, while covering 100% grey hair, even the most stubborn. If you have sensitive scalp or brittle hair, this nourishing hair colour is ideal as it comes enriched with grape seed oil.


● Even though permanent hair colour last longer than demi-permanent or semi-permanent hair colour, you will still need to ensure root cover up every 4 to 6 weeks.
● Because permanent hair colour contains peroxide and ammonia, chemical agents that open hair cuticles for the colour pigments to penetrate, it is important to treat your hair with a nourishing conditioner. Nutrisse's conditioner is enriched with avocado, olive and shea oils that provide a rich hydration. Its formula allows the hair to retain its colour while protecting it from becoming dry until your next hair colouring.

Why should you choose a semi-permanent hair colour?

Temporary hair colour is the solution that is suitable for those who don’t want to take risks and who have an insignificant amount of grey hair. But don't expect huge changes because it can’t lighten your dark hair or completely color grey hair. However, it will give your hair more dimension, richness and shine. The semi or demi-permanent hair colour is light and simply colours hair on the surface. The color gradually disappears after 6 to 8 shampoos. What's more: as it contains a little peroxide, but no ammonia, it fades over time without roots being obvious.


● Semi-permanent hair colour only cover 20% of grey or white hair.
● Because it's hard to predict how your grey hair will react to reflects, first do a test on a hair strand first.
● For a natural effect, choose a shade that is close to your natural hair color.