midwife says no unless u get amonia free excuse spelling dye posions ur blood stream.. also u risk chances of it not taking to your hair and just washing out..
i died my hair while pregnant with 2nd baby and part of it stuck to my hair the rest washed out not worth it looked worse than it started with.. wont be doing it this pregnancy
yes to add onto what they are saying, its best to get it professionally colored as your hormones can mess with your hair and affect the hair color... so in that its best to leave it to the professionals... and they would be able to tell you if its safe or not...
Hi, I'm 21 and have been a Licensed Hairstylist for about Two years now... I just wanted to say that I am always Doing Colors services on expecting mothers :) they say it is fine and like to have some change during the pregnancy.!
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