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Beth asks:
I am bored to death of my hair and want a change so I thought red on the top with a brown under layer would be a good look. However, I have used Nice n Easy semi-permanent hair dye a few times but have not achieved the results that I want. Will a hair salon be able to do this for me? Also can you give me an estimate on cost?

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
This all depends on your natural hair colour. 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 into 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.

Jena asks:
I want a rose gold & blonde balayage with brown roots. My hair is a faded teal havenít coloured in 3mnths. I have a 7lift bleach & ferias smoky pink. Iím just unsure how. Do I bleach all my hair except roots & balayage the pink in & leave blonde as is then purple shampoo whole head?

Antony LicataAnswered By:
Antony Licata
This sounds like a big job to tackle yourself at home, especially if you currently have faded teal colour on the hair, it could cause all sorts of issues. Seeing a professional would ensure a god finish. If your finances canít stretch to seeing a qualified colourist, why not look into seeing a trainee as a model? Most good salons offer this, youíll always be supervised and never normally pay more than product cost.

Lisa asks:
Iím 35 going grey at a steady rate I have dark brown hair I thought it would be better to go lighter to disguise the growth of grey as its usually round my ears and temple. i have used the same hairdresser for over a year. Yesterday my hair was coloured with an all over tint as usual and some foil highlights. it looks awful and there are still greys at the root, when you lift up my hair there is an obvious orange coulour where the grey root is then it goes into a different colour then the brown. i asked about the greys not covering and i was told no colour is 100% so Iím at a loss whether to go to a salon. i donít want to hurt my regular hairdressers feelings but it really is awful and surely she would have realised it too. please help :(

Colin GreaneyAnswered By:
Colin Greaney
if you really are unhappy with the result you should return to the hairdresser you saw. I know I for one would rather an unhappy client come to me rather than go elsewhere. Calmly point out what you donít like about the colour and she should be willing to resolve it free of charge.

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