If Someone Was Born With A Streak Of Blond Hair In An Otherwise Brown Head Of Hair (4 on the color chart) And Now That Blond Streak Of Hair Is Now Grey, Would Hairprint® Hypothetically Work On That Streak?
Posted by on 29 June 2015 11:24 AM

That blonde streak we like to call a shaman’s streak. It is not really blonde hair because it has no pigment at all.  Technically it is known as poliosis, an area of skin that does not produce melanin. Hypothetically, Hairprint would work, and in real life it has already worked. In our Before and After photos, the woman with the red streak of hair had dyed her shaman’s streak with henna, and then used HP over it. And now she just uses HP. 

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