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Paige asks:
I dyed my hair black about a 10 months ago and rested it 2 months, However, I want to dye it a medium blue within the next week or so, would I be able to do that or would I have to wait (baring in mind I donít mind if my hair gets damaged just as long as I get the colour outcome I want).

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Paige

Firstly Iím not sure what colour the roots are of your hair and they are going to be pretty large if you havenít coloured your hair in 10 months. Secondly you wont make artificial hair colour lighter with colour only bleach or decolourant so in order to get a medium blue you will need to lift out the black colour in your hair to around an orange colour. This will then need to be toned with a blue toner to make sure your Medium blue desired end result is a good long lasting one. ...More >

Then your desired Blue is to be applied, if your roots are natural colour and a dark blond you should be able to apply the blue all over and get a pretty good result. Good luck but feel free to come back for a more accurate formulation by supplying your root colour.





Ella asks:
I recently went to the hairdresserís, and asked for caramel highlights for my dark brown hair. But they ended up bleaching it instead so now I have very light blonde highlights. I hate it, I just want to go back to my natural dark brown hair. Would a home dye dark brown box work? Or should I go back to a different hairdresser to fix the problem! Thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Ella

Iím so sorry that you are disappointed, you have a couple of options, a box dye at home will work but then you have coloured your hair all over and will end up with some sort of regrowth so I would suggest you donít do that. ...More >

Either go to a salon and ask for a toner so that you get the caramel colour you desire and then make sure you use colour save shampoo as this really does help maintain the colour for longer. Alternatively use colour conditioners yourself at home they are so easy to use, conditioning and you have total control, you just use as you need to?

Thanks







Dianne Morgan asks:
I have my hair coloured by an hairdresser it is a warm chocolate colour but I find it sparkles like copper in the sun we have tried an ash based colour to try and combat it any thing you can suggest because I am very self conscious about it thankyou

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Diane

Warm chocolate or any level 5 will tend to have a copper look in the sunshine, the only option you have is the use the ash based colour but instead of mixing equal parts of colour and developer try double the colour plus an inch ( up to two ) of green concentrate in the mix. Add 5 mins to the development time as well and it should work. ...More >

Good luck





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