When your Spring hair goes grey?
Mother and daughter
I have been confirmed as a bright spring 4 times since 1985, and I have lived happily with my palette. I'm now 57 and coloring my hair. At some point I'll let my hair go gray. What do you recommend that warm clients do with their warm colors and gray hair?
Without knowing the color of your hair I'm going to assume that it leans towards golden blonde/light golden brown. Spring types can however have dark hair with fair skin.
First of all I would say don't worry about it as the bright eyes of the Spring Season will usually support the full color palette even when your hair goes grey.
Take a look at the photographs above of Vanessa Redgrave and her daughter Joely Richardson - there's a huge likeness between mother and daughter and you can clearly see how the Spring palette has aged. But Vanessa still retains the warm skin and bright eyes that fully support the same color palette.
When your are coloring your going-grey hair I would suggest that you have golden blonde highlights applied (even 2 or 3 shades) rather than an overall color which can appear harsh as it grows out. In this way you can adjust the amount and color of the highlights so that your hair lightens gradually and you won't have a sudden change.
You might even decide to keep a few blonde or deep blonde highlights and apply them less frequently. This will retain the blonde look and you won't feel that you have to adjust your colors at all.