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Lara asks:
Hi, I coloured my hair black about a month ago and I kind off regret it. You can still see a bit of my own colour (which is brown) through it, so itís not completely black, but I want it lighter. So my question is, can I get a Balayage over my hair or should I wait until itís grown out? Thank you!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Lara, I suggest you use a clarifying shampoo, or high detergent shampoo leaving on your hair for 5 Ė 15 mins before rinsing. This will remove the residue of the black, then yes have Balayage as you will get a more even, true result. Good luck

Alyssa asks:
I coloured my hair at home; I had to use 2 bleach 2 blonde 2 red because my hair is thick and long. It turned out PINK! Iíd like to know what to do! I hate it! Itís terrible!! Can I just redye my hair? Or is it going to fall out?! Help!! Also, is there anything that will repair my damaged hair?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Alyssa, The bleach lifted your hair and so red went onto a much lighter base colour hence it being pink. You can re apply 2 x red colour over the pop of the pink and then do a treatment mask and you should have the desired red and soft conditioned hair. Hope that helps

Melissa asks:
I recently had my hair dyed back to my natural hair colour brown from blonde but where as the dye hasnít took its left a lighter colour mid section throughout the hair. If I bought a dye to match the rest and just put it where itís not coloured would it be the same as I donít really have the money to go back to the hairdressers?

Damien CarneyAnswered By:
Damien Carney
At all costs do not colour your hair yourself. What might seem an easy fix or solution is not always the case. Only an experienced colourist can help you here. Not all hair is the same, especially when youíve been light and now youíre back to a natural shade.
Your hair will need specific formulations and or techniques that only a pro can do.
The hair is porous, therefore, the hair will accept colour easily and it will lose and release hair colour easy. You will find better results when the colour has been re-applied.

If you canít afford a salon price, I suggest going to a hair dressing college and or a hair academy. Check out on google. They are always looking for colour correction models. But do not colour the hair yourself, it will be a disaster.

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