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John asks:
I dyed my hair some time ago when I first started turning grey (vanity). So I get my hair cut and the base grey is showing as it grows... I keep dying it and really I donít mind it being grey, itís just the line between grey and dark makes me feel awful. I wanted to know if I could dye it grey and let it grow out? My original hair colour was black.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi John, My advice is firstly have a restyle, a shorter haircut will remove a decent portion of the coloured hair. Then try a dark root touch up, there are powder and spray version available in salons and online. They just tone and blend away the roots (grey) and shampoo out easily, itís a pain doing it everyday but worth it as too shorter than usual haircuts and you will be at your desired result.
Good luck





Ioana asks:
Hi, I have had my hair dyed black for a year or so. My roots have grown and I wanted to dye them again, but this time I used both black dye and purple dye. My roots are purple now and the rest of the hair is black. Would dying my hair all black damage it very badly or after how long can I dye it again?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Ioana, It is safe to colour your roots with the black now. I suspect that your roots are quite light and that there was more purple than black in the formula you applied. Also the purple is lighter than black so it would not show at all on the rest of your already black coloured hair. If you do want a more purple tone you could have a bleach bath on your dark hair(not the roots) and then apply the purple, that way it will show as the black hair hair will have been lightened.
Good luck







Christine asks:
I went to a hair salon, where they gave me blonde highlights that they then toned white. After three weeks, in spite of using a silver shampoo, the white colour was gone. I tried Wella T18 and Manic Panic Virgin Snow, but both just turned my highlights grey with a purplish hue and the rest of my hair more golden. What did I do wrong? I need a toner, that can turn my highlights white and cool down the strands of my hair, that are unbleached and golden. Any recommendations?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Christine, I think you may need to use a clarifying shampoo, that way the residue that has discoloured the white. A violet shampoo is needed to neutralize the unwanted warm tones. You are in a bit of a catch 22, as each time you clarify the hair you will remove the toner, but thatís what keeps the hair bright. Perhaps ask your stylist to do some lighter highlights through the warmer areas and then the colour should be more uniform.
Hope this helps!





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