|Kate asks: |
I have coloured my hair with herbatint natural blone which gives
a result a couple of shades lighter. I have about 30% grey in my hair and
its is in good condition. I have found it difficult to treat root growth
myself and could not afford to go to a salon regularly so am wondering if
I could go back to a semin permanent or is this not possible on
permanently coloured hair? Alternatively I was interested in the JF
Lazartigue colour emulsion - would this mean not having to touch up the
|Answered By: |
Dear Kate: the J.F. Lazartigue range of colours is magnificent, but like any other colorant, as the hair grows from the root to a faster rate than your hair colour washes out, you will still having the regrowth problem, as you dont want to use a hairdresser to do it for you , make sure that you use a gentle product
|Ruth asks: |
I am naturally a mousey brown but have always dyed it blonde with great results then 3 months ago I had minstrel coloured streaks put in and my hair snapped in quite a few places I have now been having just my roots done and it has gone yellow, my hairdresser has advise not to put any more colour on the hair but it is a nightmare. I have been conditioning and using a conditioner treatment but it just looks like straw literally. It is in a bob just below the jaw and it is also like baby hair.
|Answered By: |
That is a really tricky situation to be in and a very frustrating one at that! It seems to me that you are doing the right things to combat any more breakage. I would advise that you have regular in salon professional treatments and keep having your regular trims. There are colour options that you could do without damaging your hair, you could opt to step away from the blonde and have an all over light brown/dark brown glosser that would knock out the yellow and give a rich finish - which, in turn stops you from using harsh bleach or hi lift tint on your hair/roots to create the blonde. I would also suggest for a month to only wash your hair every 2-3 days and try not to use any flat irons pr heated appliances for a month if you can cope. But a good dry shampoo to combat those roots and your hair will grow through with renewed bounce and health. You just have to keep persevering for a little while!
|Sian asks: |
I have dyed my hair for a few years now. I stopped dying my hair
6 months ago as every time i went to dye it my hair remain the same. I had a dark colour shade at the top of my hair and the end is bight yellow. I can not get rid of the two tones either thou i have try dying it 3 or more times can you tell what to do?
|Answered By: |
I think your hair perhaps is over processed with colour, everytime you apply a colour to the ends you are actually damaging them more and more try J.F. Lazartigue Shea butter pre shampoo treatment for few weeks priory to having it coloured also treatment shampoo with collagen 3 times a week You can use a permanent colour for the roots but maybe try a semi-permanent-colour for the ends this one should be one tone darker to the root
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