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Alankar asks:
I work in a very dusty environment and need to shampoo and condition my hair daily to keep it clean. Please can you recommend products that I can use daily that won’t dry out my hair and scalp?

Hayley Gibson-ForbesAnswered By:
Hayley Gibson-Forbes
When you wash your hair daily – and this is a choice that is totally personal to you and your lifestyle – then it’s important that you choose products that are designed for daily use, after all, you want to ensure that you aren’t drying out your scalp, which can cause irritation, and that you are putting hydration back into the hair. However, these requirements need to be balanced with your need to give the hair and scalp a thorough cleanse. The Kérastase Chronologiste range is particularly effective when used daily – I’d recommend using the Revitalizing Bain Shampoo, a formula that combines vitamins A and E to cleanse the hair thoroughly, while revitalising the scalp. Perfect for all hair types, it will rid your scalp of all the dust, as well as other impurities, whilst strengthening hair fibres. It also helps to maintain colour integrity, so is particularly good if you have coloured hair. Alternatively, you could try co-washing, with a product that’s designed to gently cleanse the hair, while conditioning. KMS MoistRepair Cleansing Conditioner will remove impurities and refresh your hair, but will also condition, injecting moisture straight into the hair fibre. Taking away the need to shampoo, this clever product provides a quicker alternative to washing and conditioning – which is ideal when you’re washing your hair daily.

Kim asks:
I had my hair coloured a light auburn today. Same colour I get every time but this time a new girl did it. Overall Colour is great but 1" roots are literally neon orange and I have an event tomorrow. Can I fix with store colour for full 20 minutes? Owner tried to fix a with bit of brown but only left in for 5 minutes so the colour didn’t take.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Kim, The brown that the owner applied needed to be processed for the full processing time in order to deposit, tone and blend your roots. It seems to me that perhaps the stylist didn’t add enough base colour to your colour formula in order to get the coverage you usually have. The answer to your question, is yes you can use a box colour of the base colour you would normally have but depending on the instructions you may need to process for up to 40 minutes. Good luck

Hanna asks:
Hi, Two months ago I dyed my natural honey blonde hair to a semi-permanent chocolate brown colour. I was not content with how it looked on me, so I decided to use the Colour B4 once, followed by a permanent platinum blonde (not my best idea, since it just got dark again) and yet another Colour B4 treatment. After that I tried to dye it with a light ashy blonde, to remove the brassiness after my second treatment with the Colour B4, and the brasiness disappeared, but it was still pretty dark. Then I used the Colour B4 for the third and last time, now achieving much lighter hair, but with brassiness. I am now using the silver shampoo from Fudge and have got rid of some of the brassiness, but not everything. I would like to return to something similar to what I used to have, but I am not sure on how to get it. Do you have any tips on what I should do? Kind regards, Hanna

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Hanna, I would suggest firstly that you use a deep clarifying shampoo to remove the chemical, colour residue and build up. Rinse and repeat this a couple of times. I would then try using a colour 2 shades lighter than your desired result with just 10 volume /3% developer with an ash base. Apply to clean dry hair and add 10 minutes to the processing time. Make sure you use a treatment mask weekly to maintain the condition of your hair. Good luck

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