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Corinne Sweet: Hi! I am Corinne Sweet and I am a psychologist. A recent study of 4000 women has shown that a woman's perfect age is 28. This is the time when woman feel most happy with their love life, self-confidence and body shape. Not only do they believe, they looked their best at 28 but confidence also tends to be at its peak. But what is it that's making woman feel less confident as they hit their 30s.
Report showed that it's the hair that's letting them down the most, revealing tell-tale signs of their real age. In fact, by the time woman attend 30 they are increasingly worried about graying, thinning and unmanageable hair. Having a good hair day is essential to success, both work and doing social settings. Feeling good about your hair can provide you with a huge lift and well-being, confidence and self-esteem. And naturally, not feeling good about your hair can have a damaging effect on confidence. I don't know how to remedy loss looks through hair but top colorist, Gary Richardson certainly has some great tips and solutions to help keep our ages secret.
Gary Richardson: I am often asked how to make hair look feel younger. Now the simplest and often best way of changing your look and keeping yourself looking fresh and youthful is to play around with your hair color. There've been plenty of innovations in skin care, it's helpful to achieve this. Now there is new technology in haircut, such as Aminoglycine that help defend against the signs of age you have . I have come for this few quick and easy top tips to help you choose that all important look and it's just get the hair your youth back.
When coloring your hair, spend time to deciding which color best suits you. To help you decide, try placing your hand over the face on the box, to the hair color. If it brings out the pink tones in your skin, you found your color. Always go on shade lines that are fine, your perfect shade. Just remember you should only be looking to go one or two shades darker or lighter than your natural color shades.
This tip is essential make sure you to strand an allergy test before you cover your hair. If you have any doubt with the color, go back and choose a different shade, there are always plenty to choose from.
Try using products that have more benefits for your hair. A great new example of this is Aminoglycine technology used in the Clairol's Pertect 10. This product not only gives 100% grey coverage but the new Aminoglycine technology is also gentle on your hair.
The main thing about these tips is that they are simple and they are, above all, easy to do. Don't get highlight whole look down, especially as the technology exists to help you. See how much of difference in color and healthier hair makes for you.
Corinne Sweet: So there you go. I hope this video has been able to help you create the perfect and most confident you, whatever age you might be. Go out to make that difference so that your age is always your perfect age. For more information, log on to www.clairol.co.uk.