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Sarah asks:
I have recently had my hair coloured at a salon I had very light blonde hair and I wanted a light / medium brown. Unfortunately it has turned out a very warm red colour. I went back and they put 5/07 & 6/07 low lights through to break up the red but itís just made it warmer. What can I put on it to make it brown without going khaki!

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Try using a medium brown semi permanent this should give you a warm (not red) brown colour, however it may need to be applied twice to create or build up this effect.





Rebecca asks:
I have natural darkish ginger hair which was coloured brown a few months ago. I now want to go blonde but no one will do this for me, why? I have been blonde before. Also what blonde would be best to use? Is bleach my best option? I love Liz McClarnons colour

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
The reason for this is that it is very difficult to achieve the type of blonde you would like when you have very warm dark hair. It is very hard to lift the warmth up to a blonde colour with a tint so I would suggest that the hairdresser uses some form of bleach to get the required result.







Lisa asks:
I have short hair but with a longer fringe which I like to straighten as it waves slightly. I never seem able to make it that straight though and am never sure how hot to have the straighteners. On the heat scale of 1 - 5 I usually use about 3.5. My hair is coloured and sometimes can split where I straighten it but itís still never that straight. What am I doing wrong?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Try to start on a low setting and work higher until you reach a heat that you find works best also try taking the fringe in two separate sections you should find it easier to straighten





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