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Jackie asks:
I have had my hair coloured today by a professional. I had mid brown hair with blond highlights. She suggested adding a darker tone to avoid obvious regrowth. I've ended up with very dark brown hair on he top half of my head and blonde hair along the neckline with dark brown lowlights. I returned to the salon today and she has applied the dark brown all over but there is still a visible difference between the top of my head and the neckline. What can I do? I don't want to return there for obvious reasons.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Sounds like a disaster - especially as it was done in a salon. First of all do not return to a salon that doesn't know what they are doing. To even up the colour - a red semi- colour needs to be washed through your hair to replace the golden/red tones removed from your previous blonde lights. Then an all over mid warm brown colour to correct the uneven colour you have been left with. You will then end up with one tone but a beautiful colour. You can add some lighter pieces at a later date - say the summer. Let your hair recover first. Good Luck and find a better salon.





Diane asks:
Can you have your hair coloured when you have a sebaceous cyst on your scalp? It is painless and has been there for a few months - meanwhile my hair is getting greyer!

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
There is no problem in having your hair coloured while you have a sebaceous cyst.

Providing that your skin is not open or cut around this area or anywhere else on your scalp you should not have a problem.







Awais asks:
I am 17 years old and have white hairs can you please help!

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Depending on the amount of WHITE hair you have leaves you several options. If your white hair is less than 5% then you could try using a STAINER or a coloured shampoo. ...More >

What I would do is visit a good professional salon in your area and get first hand advice.

After looking at your hair and the percentage of white hairs you have they will be able to advise you of your best options.

If you can stay away from permanent colour and use stainers or semi permanent colour this will have less impact on your wallet with maintenance and upkeep.





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