|Lindsey asks: |
Hi my hair is thick with white roots. I get my hair coloured at salon regularly but would love to go light and then just tone. How do I choose the correct shade? I have dark eyes but light skin.
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Lindsey you donít say how long your hair is, but my suggestion is have a big hair cut, have lots of highlights instead of roots coloured and invest in some professional moisturizing hair care products. That way you get a lighter look, tip top condition hair and a good idea of how light and the type of tone that works best for you. Your hair dresser will advise if cool or warm tones are best for you. Colour conditioners are great for helping maintain your results. Good luck and go for it!
|Cheyenne asks: |
My natural colour is a mousy blonde I recently went to a burgundy red colour and Iíve decided I want to go back to blonde. I stripped my hair I put toner in it multiple times and I dyed it with blonde dye 2 times; my hair is now blonde at my roots and tips but orange in the middle. I donít know what to do or how to get rid of it but before going and spending hundreds of dollars at a hairdresser I just want to see if you can suggest something cheaper thank you. Much appreciated
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Hello Cheyenne, Wow you have done lots to your hair so please take care of it with the best shampoo and conditioner for coloured treated hair as well as a weekly mask to help keep it strong. The orange section you are struggling to remove is probably where you had most of the old colour build up hence why its harder to shift! You could try applying an hi lift ash blonde on the orange area. Apply to clean dry freshly shampooed hair without conditioner and process for an extra 10 minutes than suggested. That might lift it and deposit some ash tones that will even up your overall colour. If that doesnít work I think it will need bleach through it and better a salon do that really. Good luck
|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 wonít dry out my hair and scalp?
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When you wash your hair daily Ė and this is a choice that is totally personal to you and your lifestyle Ė then itís important that you choose products that are designed for daily use, after all, you want to ensure that you arenít 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 Kťrastase Chronologiste range is particularly effective when used daily Ė Iíd 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 thatís 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 Ė which is ideal when youíre washing your hair daily.
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