|Joanne k asks: |
I have been dying my hair permanent black for years and then I decided last year to try ombre, so I had it pre-lightened. Only parts of my hair worked and the top half didnít take to it at all. Anyway my hair ended up being a horrible orange colour on the bottom which looked awful with my black roots, so 1 week later I put the permanent black back over it. Since, it has become weak and I find Iím always losing a lot of hair and itís not as thick as it used to be. It especially feels a lot thinner on one side. Can you tell me why this could have happened and will it ever go back to normal again?
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Hi Joanne, Iím sure the product took unevenly due to the length of time you have been colouring your hair black and overlap of colour in certain areas. Iím surprised the salon didnít offer to tone it for you? I suspect that perhaps the bleach was mixed with 40 vol developer and that is what has caused the hair to deteriorate, you must apply a protein treatment as well as add a treatment mask into to your regular hair care regime and perhaps have a little trim and you should find it recovers quickly. Thank you
|cassandra asks: |
Hi, I went to a salon a month ago and had my hair coloured(from dark black to grey) but the colour wasnít achieved, it seems like itís just the bleach. It was so yellowish. After a week, I went back to the same salon and got the colour done again. It became bluish grey but after 2 weeks, it faded. My hair colour now is yellowish. Now, I want to dye my hair to purple by myself so I plan to buy over the counter. What advice can you give me? Thanks so much in advance.
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Hi Cassandra, This is a regular problem, using coloured conditioners is a way to help maintain the colour if you wanted to stay grey. Purple is easier to maintain and I recommend to my clients to add a little of the purple colour to their regular conditioner and use every other time they shampoo and condition. Leave the conditioner on for a few minutes for a really good deposit of tone. I suggest applying the colour to clean dry hair and add 5 minutes to the processing time, make sure you use a colour safe shampoo to. Good luck
|Tyisha asks: |
Hello, a few months ago I got my hair coloured at the salon, blonde but with dark roots like an ombrť/balayage. The roots were dyed dark and therefore have colour on them and is not natural. Now I am looking to lighten my roots and be fully blonde and was wondering if there was any way to lighten the roots or if they would need to be bleached/stripped. Also if this is the case how do I go about dying the roots and not my hair as I like the colour of my hair overall and this is what I would like to achieve all over? Thank you
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Hi Tyisha, Depending if the dark colour applied to the roots of your hair was a permanent or semi permanent will dictate what your options are. If it was a semi (so it has faded and not left a solid line against your natural colour) you can use a blonde high lift colour or tint. If it is permanent colour you will have to have bleach. I suggest you check with the salon what you had and perhaps have a full head of bleach highlights first. After that you can decided if to continue having highlights or go all over blonde which then you could do yourself with high lift tint. Good luck
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