Overall, most people will see 6" of new root regrowth hair every 12 months or so. Depending upon how long you want to wear your hair, it will take you approximately 2 years to grow 12 inches of hair and 3 years or so to grow 18 inches of hair from your roots. My natural hair color is dark brown.
How can I grow my natural hair color gracefully?
The Right Way to Grow Out Your Natural Hair Color
- Work with a professional colorist.
- Prepare photos.
- Make sure your colorist knows your hair color history.
- Understand that it will take patience.
- You might not like your natural color at first.
- Schedule a follow-up gloss.
- Do not forget your brows.
How can I get my natural hair color out?
Missing Your Natural Hair Color? Here's How to Get it Back
- Create a plan with a professional. There's no one solution for transitioning back to your natural color.
- Consider a shorter cut.
- Dye to match your natural hue.
- Highlight or lowlight to blur your line of growth.
- Support your hair color transition with products.
How do I transition my hair from dyed to natural?
3 Additional Ways to Get Back to Your Natural Hair Color
- Grow Out Your Hair. This may seem obvious, but another way to get back to your natural hair color is by growing your hair out.
- Dye Your Hair Your Natural Hue.
- Opt for a Short Hairstyle.
What will happen if I stop dyeing my hair?
And your hair might feel healthier While hair dyes and techniques have come a long way since their follicle-frying beginnings, they do still leave some damage. Taking a hiatus from color will help your hair return to its previous state--especially as dyed ends get chopped off.
How long does it take to get used to a new hair color?
-Give it a week. Don't write off a new hair cut or color for at least one week. I've had friends who try something new—like a fringe or shorter hair—but decide within 24 hours they can't stand it and start pinning their hair back straight away until it's back to their old style.