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Lynda asks:
I have my hair coloured to a lovely ash blonde shade but within a fortnight it goes lighter and lighter - so annoying - I then use purple rinse on it - which helps - I am 63 years old and presume my real hair is going grey is this the reason it lightens please? Thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Lynda

The tone of the colour always fades first as it is deposited last on the hair. Using a silver conditioner on a regular basis will help control the fade and you can also try processing the colour a little longer as well as reducing the amount of developer slightly when you mix the formula. Both of these steps should increase the tonal deposit of the colour. ...More >

Good luck x





Ghada asks:
Hello, I have red violet hair with red highlights (black originally then bleached).

I would like to refresh the colour because it fades quickly. Iím not sure whether to choose Redken Shades EQ Colour Gloss in Sangria or Merlot. I also have some grey in my roots (roots are black now with grey). What else shall I mix? I donít want the hair to be so dark, I want it a subtle red violet shade as it was when I first dyed it. Do I need to mix it with another colour to get rid of the grey?

Also, Can I use a cream developer volume 10 (3%) with the Redken Shades EQ Colour Gloss? Will it work? And in which ratio? Or only the Redken processor will work?

Thank you

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Ghada

Firstly the Redken shades EQ canít be mixed with the 10 vol developer, so you will need to refresh the middle, lengths and ends of your hair with the choosen colour with the shades EQ and the relevant developer. The roots will have to coloured seperatly to cover the grey with 10 or 20 vol developer. If you do the root colour first you can do the shades EQ all over. I would choose a medium red brown as the root colour. ...More >

Good luck







Carol asks:
Hi there

I get my hair professionally coloured, however, the colour always tends to lean towards golden and ideally I would like a "cream" blonde. I have tried to ask for this but all my hairdresser does is say sheíll use bleach - should I look for a new hairdresser or is there something more specific I need to ask for? Thanks Carol

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Carol

This is a very common request, sometimes in order to achieve a really creamy blonde you need to be a little bit lighter, or more ash in the colour so check that with your hairdresser. Otherwise you can use a colour conditioner perhaps in violet or silver that will neutralizer the unwanted warm golden tones yourself at home this way you have control of the end result colour? ...More >

Good luck





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