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Valerie asks:
I dyed my hair a week ago and have noticed that I missed some of my roots. Is it safe for me to dye my hair again so soon?

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
Yes it is, although, I would always recommend that you get your hair coloured by an expert; what you are paying for is the colouristís expertise, the knowledge that they are choosing the exact shade to suit your skin tone, and applying it correctly. The results will also last longer. Preparation for colouring your hair is far more important than the application stage, and once youíre booked in to a salon, they will do a patch test to ensure your safety and offer a full consultation to discuss your needs, hair type and the results that can be achieved. The starting cost for a Global Colour at one of our Westrow salons is £48, but you can take advantage of one of our offers and save up to 25%. Visit for more details.

Molly Moore asks:
I was looking into dying my hair into a reddish colour but Iíve heard that itís hard to maintain and I was wondering how would you keep your colour lasting longer without splashing out so much cash on expensive brands that cater to coloured hair and to keep it soft?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw

Reds are far easier to look after these days, there are lots of great colour shampoo and conditioners in a variety of shades which means you can actually change the red tones temporarily. They are available on the high street as well as professional salons. I would always recommend using shampoo and conditioner for coloured hair and a treatment mask monthly leaving it on and combing through before rinsing. In the summer months or whilst on holiday, leave in conditioner or styling products with sunscreen. Again high street and professional salons both carry all the relevant products so can be tailored to any budget. In a nutshell reds can last much longer with the relevant regime. ...More >

Hope that convinces you

Sue Hall asks:
I have recently had my hair coloured rose gold and love Lee Stafford hair growth shampoo but is it suitable for coloured hair ?

Deborah ChesterAnswered By:
Deborah Chester
Hello sue, a colour safe shampoo would normally state so on the bottle. I think that this shampoo could possibly be to cleansing therefore stripping out your colour!

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