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Felicity asks:
I was wondering if there is such a thing as highlighting your hair but in the way that the sectioned out pieces that are normally left unbleached can then be highlighted in separate foils so that no hair is left uncoloured?

Calum TierneyAnswered By:
Calum Tierney
To have your hair coloured so there is no hair unbleached isnít highlights, it is simply a full head of colour. This is quite easy to achieve, however you will start to see roots as soon as your hair begins to grow. The best thing to do is ask for a consultation on your colour and then you can discuss fully what is the best option.

Maria asks:
I have coloured hair with only a few slices of blonde in, and want to chemically straighten my hair with Indola silk straightening system as it is very frizzy and I have to constantly straighten it, would you recommend this as a cure which will also spend less time using heating appliances.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Frizzy hair can be a real nightmare, especially with our typical British weather! As your hair is coloured already I would try to avoid any more chemical treatment if you can, as you can loose shine and body. Instead try products which help to straighten out kinks and frizz from the first stage Lee Stafford Poker Straight Shampoo contains ingredients to help tame kinks, gently cleanse and soften but protect from harsh heat damage. Lee Stafford Poker Straight Conditioner with P2Fifty leaves hair super straight and glossy. Follow with Lee Stafford P2Fifty Professional Straightening iron protection mist which protects your hair from the damage that straighteners can do - meaning that your hair is straighter and sleeker with less heat and effort!

Angela asks:
I have coloured my own hair for years now, but recently tried a change of colour. I chose to go darker than usual and donít like the results, the colour I used is "midnight red" from the live range but it turned out really dark, nearly black. I want to go back to my own colour of auburn/chestnut, but have limited funds at the moment (been made redundant) what can I use at home to correct this?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Your best bet would obviously go to a salon however with not such good funds try a model evening at your local salon this is where trainees practice on your hair for a small charge but hey donít worry they have trainers with them at all times so your in safe hands.

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