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Rose asks:
I have never dyed my hair before and looking into having a temporary hair dye in to see if I like my hair coloured or not. At the moment my hair is a dark strawberry blonde/light Auburn coloured and my eyebrows are very blonde. My hair is naturally slightly wavy and never keeps curls when styling and worried that the colour will take to certain parts of the hair and not others as its quite unruly. Is there any advice you could give?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Rose

Your hair sounds beautiful, if you want to add temporary colour you are very limited and can only go darker or add tone. ...More >

Donít worry that the colour will take unevenly as generally the consistency of the formula is easy to work through the hair and you can always use a protein leave in conditioner to ensure a more uniform result. But I think you should think about having some lighter pieces through your hair that give your hair a more multi tonal effect and blend with your brows? You could have a very soft balayage effect that would look really naturally and its fairly commitment free as far as having to have it done regular. If you didnít like it (Iím sure you would) you could use the temporary option to blend it away. As far as not holding a curl sometimes hair needs more moisture in it in order to create and hold shape so use a moisture mask weekly and make sure when your curling to not use the chosen tool too hot and let the curls cool down before fiddling and styling. Heat creates shape and cool fixes it so longer lasting style if you leave hot hair time to cool.

Good luck,

Kala x

Simone asks:

Iím extremely frustrated. Iím trying to achieve this ash blonde colour, but so far Iíve only gotten this orangy-copper colour, then I was advised to cancel out the brassiness of it by using an ash blonde on top of it, and now itís like this light brownish colour with a hint of copper. I hate it..


Please :(

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Simone

It sounds to me as if the hair isnít actually light enough, thatís why when toned with the ash it looks Brownish. My suggestion is that you either get it recoloured lighter or use a colour remover or perhaps even have highlights that way you can get to a yellow undertone then tone with a violet based toner to achieve a light cool blonde. ...More >

Good luck

Liam asks:
Hi basically Iím a 28year old male and I need some advice. My hair has always been short blonde but seems to be going darker in places as I get older. Some people have even referred to it as ginger in some lights. I am now thinking on having it coloured light brown or dark brown, however, many people advise on dying it orange or red first before attempting to dye it brown as being any type of blonde there is no pigment. Would it be possible to get clarification on this?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Liam

Firstly unless your blonde hair isnít natural you donít need to worry about applying or dyeing your hair orange or any other colour first. ...More >

If you want to stay blonde but donít like the ginger in some lights you can control this by using a silver or violet shampoo and conditioner, this will even your hair colour all over but also neutralise the ginger tones.

If you actually want to go darker, remember if your hair is short you will have to colour it every time you have it cut, then just make sure you use dark ash blond or light ash brown this will prevent the ginger undertones (naturally present in blonde hair) from being more obvious. Hope this makes sense.

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