Brown Hair
Healthy hair has an intact cuticle which reflects light. Light also passes through the cuticle. At the same time, the pigment can be seen through the cuticle. The combination of this produces the colours tone. 

 Brown Hair

Brown Hair


Magnified hair
Studies of hair  pigment using electron and light microscopes, as well as chemical investigations show that there are two different types of pigment. In other words, there are two types of melanin. These two pigments produce the variety of natural hair colours we know.  

 Magnified Hair

Magnified Hair

 Eumelanin Molecule

Eumelanin Molecule

  Enlarged version of distribution of pigment  High concentration of eumelanin melanosome Granular in shape closer to cuticle.    

Enlarged version of distribution of pigment
High concentration of eumelanin melanosome Granular in shape closer to cuticle. 

 

  Pigment Cell - Melanocyte  Pebble shaped dense rounded.   

Pigment Cell - Melanocyte
Pebble shaped dense rounded.