|Pauline asks: |
I have recently had a hairdresser colour my hair and put some highlights through the top of my hair. They looked awful, so I went back to the hairdresser and they put some darker foils through the highlights to break it up. It looked ok for a week or so, but really faded. When I went back last week, the hairdresser coloured my hair again with Goldwell N6 and it looked dreadful, it was really gingery. I did not like the colour, so I went and bought a semi permanent colour in chocolate brown, but my hair has gone almost black, with a lot of red in the light, but around the roots itís a lot lighter. I have spoken to a different hairdresser and they recommend that I have a bleach bath on my hair to lighten it, then have a lighter colour but I am worried it will ruin my hair what would you advise?
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You will have to decide one way or the other Light or Dark? For me, I would advise to stay on the dark side and no more playing around with lightening it and also find a really GOOD Colour Tech to look at it.
|Stephanie asks: |
I have naturally strawberry blonde (close to ginger) coloured hair. I would like to lighten it to a blonde colour without losing all the ginger. Is it right to use "Go Blonder" shampooís to do this or is there another way.
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Go Blonder shampoos will not give you the effect you require. I would visit a professional hair salon in your area and have woven highlights introduced in a very subtle way to give you what you want. To go lighter you have to have a lightener applied. You should not have to have bleach as high lift tint should get the tone you require. Your hair sounds gorgeous so ensure you get a professional stylist to keep it this way. I would also recommend investing in a good quality Nano Fuzieon hairdryer. This will leave your hair like silk and help maintain its condition while styling.
|Andrea asks: |
I have naturally brown hair I have dyed my hair black for about a year and a half which I grew tired of, I wanted it a light golden brown for the summer, I bleached my hair a few times which left it very red at the mid lengths and yellowy at the roots, which I think is because there was a build up of colour at the ends, I then used a medium ash blonde a few shades lighter than I wanted to be I think it was a 9/1 I wanted to be a 7/1. I have coloured it a few times now my hair is a tad too light at the top. But I like it and could bare it, but the mids and ends are still very red, my hair is in ok condition the elasticity isnít too bad but its quite porous, also I have very thick long hair, could you give me any advice on how I could achieve the colour I want without spending a fortune, hopefully Iím almost there, I have been doing this over a ĺ month space of time too rest my hair in between but Iím getting restless
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You are correct the reason the mid-lengths and ends are still red and not as light as the scalp is the build up of colour. Your options are to continue as you are until eventually your hair grows long enough that you can actually cut the darker ends off. The second option is to lift the ends again to the same color your hair lifted at the scalp area, you will need to use a bleach but my question would be can your hair handle this process again? It sounds like you feel it is already damaged on the ends so unfortunately if that is the case you are stuck with cutting the darker area.
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