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Anne asks:
Since 1992 I have had my hair coloured, both in salons and more recently (because I live in a remote area) using home colourant. I have been using Wella Koleston 8.0 mixed with Wella Koleston 8/73, but I believe that those colours are not available anymore. My roots are getting very dark and I wondered if you could advise what alternative product/colour I could use to get the same result. The mixture of 8.0 and 8.73 gives me a golden blonde colour. Many thanks in advance.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Anne, Iím sure those numbers are available in other ranges and that Wella would have updated the numbers but the colours would still be available as those are very popular colours. I donít have a Wella chart so canít match for you but the supplier would be able to advise more effectively. Good luck





Jewel asks:
I bleached my hair blonde, like a orangey colour. I got a new conditioner and itís a light green colour. Will the conditioner change my blobbed hair colour in any way?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
The light green coloured conditioner should change the colour of your hair. Thank you







Inez asks:
I recently got a balayage using bleach, but the hair stylist was only able to lift my hair to another a level 6/7; it is still quite healthy (it doesnít feel elastic or overly porous yet). My natural hair colour is about a level 2/3. As she did a balayage style, there is a still a few areas where my natural virgin roots can be seen. The bleached balayage was coloured over with baby pink and coral shades but it has now mostly faded into this dark blonde/orange shade. I have decided that I want to bleach all of my hair to achieve a level 8/9 and then go over with pink semi-permanent dye. My question is how I should bleach the virgin hair and the pre-lightened hair? As Iím looking for all of my hair to lift to an even level. I am unsure how long I should wait to begin bleaching the lightened ends after applying bleach to my dark virgin areas (which are all by the roots/till my ear level). Also, after watching some videos, I noticed that a lot of hair stylist like to comb back the hair before bleaching. Is this necessary when I want to achieve an even bleached hair level? Thank you!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
This is a really big job to achieve yourself without compromise to the condition of your hair and to have a uniform colour result.
I suggest bleach the mid lengths to match the ends then the roots next. A second bleach through the mid lengths and ends after a protein treatment (this will keep the hair strong and even out the porosity) lift to a soft yellow as that is okay for a pink base and unwanted warm tones can be neutralised with violet conditioner.
The pink would be applied to clean dry hair to get the best result.
I would ask a salon to do the bleach if you can, that way you you only have to worry about the roots moving forward. Good luck





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