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Sigrid Kofod Christiansen asks:
I have this kind of ashy deep brown colour, but 3 years ago I got my hair coloured very red at a salon. But since then I havenít been able to get that red tone out off my hair. Every time I try to colour my hair back to this ashy brown colour, I end up with a mix between red and brown, but that is not what I want. Itís like my hair absorbs the red much better. Should I tell my hairdresser to leave out the red pigment, when she colours my hair?

Ken PictonAnswered By:
Ken Picton
Your hairdresser should definitely be leaving the red tone out. You should be opting for an ashier/green tone than originally desired to counteract the red tone. Red is a very hard colour to get rid of and ash should be used to remove the red tone. Your colourist should also be thinking about where the colour is on your hair from 3 years ago as this part of your hair will require a different colour on the parts of your hair that arenít coloured





Teresa asks:
Ive recieved very conflicting answers about Argan oil. I know its good for your hair but will it strip or fade my newly colored black streaks? SOme say absolutly, some say itll keep them from fading. Which is true? Help!

Ken PictonAnswered By:
Ken Picton
Hi there,

Thanks for getting in touch, you should listen to the good comments, Argan Oil is a natrual organic oil that is perfect to rehydrate hair and it adds shine, health and vitality, it will not strip your newly coloured hair or encourage fading.







Ria asks:
Iíve had my hair coloured crazy hair colour green and it has been topped up three times, my hairdresser bleached bathed it 3 times and it wouldnít remove, since then Iíve used fairy liquid, vosene, had it dyed bright red, and used b4 colour remover twice its only faded but will not be removed, do you have any suggestions how I can get it removed?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Without damaging your hair anymore with colour processes this colour with time will fade however it may need some cutting to help removal of this colour.





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