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Jenny asks:
I have naturally curly hair but I straighten it all the time, I want it to be longer, I thought about hair extensions. I also colour my hair and my question is - can I get extensions although I have to blow-out my hair to straighten it and what about the coloring?

Michelle GriffinAnswered By:
Michelle Griffin
Extensions are suitable for some curly hair but it really does depend on how curly. Racoon extensions are available in a natural wave that can be styled straight if required but they also have fabulous curly hair too. If you prefer your hair straight then you can blow-dry your hair and the extension hair straight. I would suggest natural hair rather than synthetic as this tends to be just straight. It would be best to have a consultation (call Racoon on 01295 770999 for your nearest salon) and they will be able to discuss the texture of extensions required. In regards to colour, hair extensions can be applied on coloured hair (again, a consultation is necessary to determine the strength of the hair). Racoon can actually colour match your hair exactly so that the extensions hair blends to your own. However, if you do colour your hair, ensure that you have your roots coloured prior to your consultation as the hair will be matched exactly - its no good changing the colour afterwards!

Sandra asks:
My hair is very long and my own natural colour which is mid brown. I want to colour with semi permanent shade to cover some slight grey. The ends have lightened a lot over time and are a big contrast to the roots. I am afraid to put colour that will turn ends ginger.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Do not worry your hair will not turn ginger if done properly. I would however recommend that you have your hair coloured professionally in a salon and not a home colour kit especially if you have not coloured your hair for a long time and you do not know how your hair will take the colour. It is always best to get advice from a professional to avoid upset. Most salons will give you a consultation free of charge!

H Griffiths asks:
Have coloured my lightened blonde hair with the wrong colour, ash!! Has turned out very dark grey/blue, please what can I do to get it back to light blonde??

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
You will need to get yourself a light gold blonde toner. The gold undertones on this will neuralise the grey/blue colour. Do not use permanent hair colour, and this will lift the cuticle and not deposit enough colour.

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