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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.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Try using a lot of fine highlights on the parting taking fine sections this should soften the redness.

Ruth asks:
Is Lee Stafford double blow mousse safe to use on coloured hair and will it stop colour treated hair from fading.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
My Ddouble Blow mousse is a perfect product to use on coloured hair. Its lightweight formula and quick drying properties mean that your colour is not affected - its kind to your hair! As long as you are keeping your dyed or highlighted locks nourished and hydrated, there is no reason for your colour to fade - especially if you are using a product as simple as mousse.

Lynne asks:
I recently had my hair coloured but the dye would not take to my hair the hairdresser used a 9/3 but it did not cover the grey will this happen every time. I dye my hair or is there a solution?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
This sounds like your hair may be resistant to colour. What I would suggest is trying to ask your Colourist to pre soften your hair as this should help the colour penetrate better.

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