Throughout history black hair color has been seen as intelligent, sultry, mysterious, natural, serious, and possibly even evil. Witches and other female dark forces have always been portrayed as having black hair, and black hair was once considered to be more masculine particularly in the 20’s through 1930 when black hair color became the fashionable accessory to sport , complementing the popular bob haircuts and finger wave styles with red lips.
Today black hair color is making news for F/W 2009-2010 with new twists, and not the traditional “shoe polish” flat matt black we all think of, it’s silky, shines like glass with a suede texture and finish which is formed by melting with either purples, blues, reds and silvers subtlety through the hair, creating the new variations of black hair colors.
However if you are one of those people who want to go black remember that it can be a long process and a daunting experience for the stylist if you want to remove it, so make sure you are prepared for the consequences that black hair color might have and understand that it is possible to remove it out but with realistic outcomes meaning don’t expect to go back to the perfect cool blonde in one step.
If you love dramatic change and can wear black hair color go for it, it’s worth it.
Dark is strong. Dark is bold