What are the rules regarding hair colour for under 16’s?
There are so many amazing new colours out there that understandably your fashion conscious Daughter or Son would be desperate for!
One of the best, and certainly one of our current favourites is the NEW Redken Shades range. EQ Pastels are the most on-trend looks this year!
These Pastel shades provide a low commitment colour for clients who want to keep changing up their look.
Check out the 4 new make-up inspired shades!
– Soft pink enhanced with violet hues
– Icy blue with sublte hints of grey
– Pale peach balanced with pink and orange tones
– Glass-like green with metallic silver finish!
NINA AGDAL, PINK, TAYLOR SWIFT, KATY PERRY
Unfortunately at the risk of being the boring grown up there are many reasons why any professional Hair Salon should say NO to anyone under the age of 16.
WHY YOU MUST SAY ‘NO’ TO UNDER 16’S
Children under the age of 16 should never be offered any hair colour or foils service, including initial allergy testing. But why not?
The reason is that all legal colouring products used in the UK are labelled as “not intended for use on persons under the age of 16”.
This does not necessarily mean that they are unsafe to use, according to the Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association. But to do so means you will not be following the manufacturer’s guidelines, and therefore will not be covered for insurance if anything does go wrong.
If that were not reason enough, children can often be ore sensitive to the chemicals in colour than adults. If a child has the potential to develop allergies (and this can come back to their individual genetic make-up), exposure at an early age may increase their allergic sensitivity earlier.