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Claire asks:
I have been having my hair highlighted/coloured for years and I still am not sure what colour suits me. I always ask the question at the salon but get the usual "its up to you". I just need someone to look at my skin tone and eye colour and give me a range of colours that would suit me best. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I Think I have a cool skin tone and my eye colour is more hazel than green with a few gold flecks and a dark grey ring.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Claire, Without seeing an image of you and your colouring I would still suggest warm tones of honey, caramels and golden blondes as they will compliment your skin tone and warm it up but also pick out the hazel and gold in your eyes. I hope that helps? Thanks





Kimaya asks:
Iím a 24year old chick and got my hair coloured grey but I ended up using the wrong shampoo and it turned yellowish brown. I used magnesium silver shampoo to correct it and went to get my hair colored back to black grey ombrť but the salon ended up recolouring my decolourised hair to black without any grey . So itís full black hair now. I donít like the way it looks. Is there a way for me to get it grey again without the decolourising (bleaching) process as I donít want to damage it any further. If not then will colouring my hair brown damage it? Also I had to bleach (decolorise) my hair 3 times initially to get the grey, as they kept on making it brown instead of grey.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Kimaya, Iím afraid it will be impossible to get back to grey without bleaching or decoloring, sorry! Thanks







Laura asks:
Hi there, I recently used íColourlessí colour remover on my dyed brunette hair (6 light golden brown with slight red tones) it has gone copper as expected. I originally had blonde highlights underneath all this and was wondering that if I went all over blonde, would bleach make the highlights turn green? I also would like to know of a good dye to use. Thank you

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Laura, You can have highlights with bleach without the hair going green, but if you use an all over colour to lighten the hair you need to be careful as ash blonde would be best in order to neutralize the excess warmth from the copper but the ash can make the blonde highlights look a bit green. You can always use a protein based porosity equalizer before you apply the colour which means you then get a more uniform colour result. Iím not that experienced using the home colour brands but I am sure the big colour houses will be the best ones. GOOD LUCK





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