If I use men hair color every 6 to 8 weeks, will this damage my hair?
Hair dye can harm your hair, but in most cases, it will not cause hair loss. Dying your hair causes protein loss from the hair in tiny amounts, which can make the hair come into sight as thinner, especially if you lighten your hair color.
How does hair dye damage your hair?
Hair dyes use chemicals to fasten the colorants to the hair (both internally and externally) and this means the hair must be pass through by the chemicals. Dying your hair darker is far less injurious than dying it lighter, but will most likely result in some very moderate damage, unless you go to a really good hairdresser.
If you are dying your hair darker to cover grey you really don’t need to worry about this. The harm will not be noticeable. In fact, the only damage that you would notice would be as a result of combing your hair while it has the dye in, as this might add protein loss.
As far as hair loss is concerned, coloring your hair does not cause hair loss because the visible hair is already dead. Any hair that you can see (above the surface of the skin) is dead and is not growing. The only part of the hair that is alive and growing is beneath the surface of the skin. This is the most important part of recognizing to hair loss and hair growth.
If the hair bulb is affected by some chemical or hormone in the blood, hair loss can result. And if the hair bulb is not being appropriately fed via the bloodstream, hair growth will stop. However, dying your hair only affects the hair above the surface of the skin. If you want to increase your hair growth you need to influence the part of the hair that is beneath the skin — and that is how we stop hair loss and promote hair growth