Post # 1
so our wedding is in june. & yepp, were pregnant, i have been trying to grow my hair out and which now mean my highlights are growing out too. is it okay to dye your hair (highlights) since its not the whole head. & highlights dont go into scalp like all over dye would. i have heard different thing. i want to just do it one time before the wedding. thoughts ?
Post # 3
It should be fine if theres proper ventilation and the dye does not touch your skin. There are also salons that use natural or less harmful hairdye.
Post # 4
There are debates on this everywhere, but as teabiscuit said, there are places that use safer options – like Aveda salons – that use plant-based color, so everything is natural and it’s not like they’re using super strong chemicals. That’s where I get my hair done for that reason. The assured me 100x over that it’s super safe for pregnancy.
Post # 5
Yes it is fine to dye your hair. I dyed my hair and have two healthy little girls. 🙂
Post # 6
Again you can see that there are different opinions on the subject. My stylist and all of them in her salon refuse to dye or high light any of their clients hair during pregnancy because they feel as though it is not safe.
Post # 7
My doctor told me it was fine as long as I was out of the first trimester.
Post # 8
I was told to use ammonia free and after the first trimester.
Post # 9
I was also told that it was fine after the first tri 🙂
Post # 10
My doctor says it’s fine, and they advise against it in the first trimester.
Highlighting should be just fine. Just make sure you’re in a well-ventilated area, and I would stay away from bleach highlights.
Post # 11
you will be fine getting highlights, im a hairdresser and i know this is a huge debate, alot of doctors will tell you to try to not do anything within the first trimester, but since highlights arent sitting on your scalp your fine, just make sure that your salon is well ventilated and ask if they can use a lower volume for the highlights if your nervous. We always just ask our clients to just ask the doctor before doing anything just because everything is different