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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







Mrs M. asks:
I am a 54 year old female. Since going through the menopause my hair is even thinner than is used to be. My natural hair was fine, medium brown. I have coloured it dark brown as little as possible to hide the grey for about 20 years averaging perhaps 5 times a year but now my scalp shows through, especially at the back. People think I am having chemo. It is shoulder length at the moment. What can I do to minimise the appearance of grey hair and my scalp showing through? I look like a goth to as my hair is very dark but my skin is pale. What style would be best and what colour change.

Eva ProudmanAnswered By:
Eva Proudman
Hi,

There will be underlying causative factors that are causing your hair to be so thin, to identify and treat these it would be necessary for you to see a Trichologist. As a cosmetic solution to cover the problem I would recommend the Postiche Lite Hair integration system, this is very gentle, causing no tension or damage to the clients own hair, for more information look at www.hairlossnetwork.co.uk ...More >

Hope that this helps,

Love Eva x





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