|Linda Obrien asks: |
I have had my hair coloured with foils for many years one brown one blond I live in France now when I get the brown low light it goes orange probably due to the sun. How can I make my hair looked highlighted without it going orange, would a full blonde head be my only option?
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The answer to your question is simply yes a good hair colouring stylist who is dedicated to colouring definitely can and should get your blonde highlights with out going Orange. I always tell me friends here to find a good hairdresser by asking people you see on the street or out shopping who have the hair style and colour you like where they have their hair done, that way you should be able to find a good salon, it may be necessary to have to travel a distant but make it a beauty day out and enjoy the experience. There are many ash or Ivory based colour shades for huge lifting colours, the timing the colour is left on the hair is important as well as the strength of peroxide used, to high peroxide and your hair could break to little your hair goes Orange Ginger colour, take some time to find the right stylist and salon it will be worth the wait. To be fair the sun can play havoc with hair colours always protect your hair from the sun, and use a Hair Sun Protector which are available in good salons. If you swim in a highly chlorinated pool that will definitely strip your Hair colour, chlorine is damaging on skin as well as on hair, itching scalp and skin can result from pools with a high chlorine content always wear a swim cap to protect your hair. I would not recommend going fully blonde until you have found a hairstylist who can get your hair orange free. Any Bleach or high lift colours can become ginger or orange, unless the hair is in reasonable good condition, the right colour toners can prevent orange tones, I hope these options may help you, I wish you success in finding your stylist who will make you feel and look fantastic.
|Sandra Verbreyt asks: |
I have blonde highlights but my hair has become dry and dull and never shines. If I was to have it coloured darker would this bring the condition back. My natural colour is brown but when I was younger I was a red head but as I got older my hair went darker. What can I do to bring back the condition in my hair
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Using treatments will always help gain your hairs condition? Wella do a great warming mask, going darker will enhance its shine and give the illusion of better conditioned hair but always look after your hair using treatments
|Louise P asks: |
I have had my hair coloured for years, usually highlighted. I have a clump of grey hairs right at my parting. My hairdresser was applying a root colour and then adding highlights, but I was often left with a reddy tinge down my parting after 2 or 3 weeks. This time she left out the root colour and applied an ash blonde colour, this has lessened the reddy effect but my greys havenít covered over at all. This is happening all too often now. Surely it should be possible to cover my greys every time? My roots do come through very dark but the highlights built up over the years have my ends quite blonde.
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Try using a lot of fine highlights on the parting taking fine sections this should soften the redness.
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