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Amna asks:
I am 16 years old and i found 2 grey hairs on my head and since my hair is black it is really noticeable. I pulled one of them out and I was told that double the amount of grey hairs will now grow back is this true? Why am I getting grey hairs so young can I stop it somehow. I thought I was too young!

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
I do believe that it is an OLD WIFES TALE that you get two more grey hairs when you pull one out. Obviously it is quite a shock at your age to be noticing grey hair, yet TWO is nothing to worry about. If I were you I would carry on carefully removing the ODD grey hair that appears. Unfortunately you cannot stop them and I would not recommend colouring all your hair for the TWO grey hairs showing. ...More >

If you do start to notice more grey hair coming through then shampoos with small amounts of staining colour in them are great for disguising grey hair. So too are coloured mousses. Your hair can change colour at any time as our bodies and complexed indeed. One example: my aunt was white grey all her life and during the sixties see had what looked like bleached hair Very Vogue at the time as you can imagine, yet when she turned 60 her hair started to naturally go brown.

Colour pigment in you hair and you skin can change but I do not believe at this moment you have any need to be unduly concerned.





Mrs Miller asks:
I have medium length thick brown hair, which I dye every two weeks as my roots are grey, will it be possible for me to have copper highlights to blend in the grey on top of my coloured hair?

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
Almost anything is possible! Yes you could certainly have some highlights through your hair but I would advise you to let the experts look after you! When we do roots to cover white, at the same time we would apply some foils with different colour through your hair. This means that you are not colouring the same hair over and over again. The result of us doing this is that you have great conditioned, shiny, coloured hair that looks very natural with highlights. It also means that you can relax and enjoy the experience! You deserve it!







Mrs Miller asks:
I have medium length thick brown hair, which I dye every two weeks as my roots are grey, will it be possible for me to have copper highlights to blend in the grey on top of my coloured hair?

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
Almost anything is possible! Yes you could certainly have some highlights through your hair but I would advise you to let the experts look after you! When we do roots to cover white, at the same time we would apply some foils with different colour through your hair. This means that you are not colouring the same hair over and over again. The result of us doing this is that you have great conditioned, shiny, coloured hair that looks very natural with highlights. It also means that you can relax and enjoy the experience! You deserve it!





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