|Hayley asks: |
I have longish hair that is coloured from my natural mousy brown to a mahogany red/brown. I have always used colour protect shampoos, but recently my hair has started to get very frizzy. I
was wondering if you think changing to anti frizz shampoos will ruin my colour or if you could recommend any products I can use?
|Answered By: |
It sounds like your hair needs some TLC! 90% of us suffer with dry, brittle or frizzy hair as our hair is lacking in moisture. It is imperative to allow moisture to get inside the hair follicles to achieve smooth, shiny and healthy hair. This can only be achieved by continuing to protect hair from chemical and environmental damage. I donít think you should stop using a colour protecting shampoo and conditioner as they really are the best thing to use to protect coloured hair whilst also helping to restore your moisture levels. . If you find that your hair is going frizzy then I suggest that you start using an intensive treatment on your hair regularly as this will help to repair damaged follicles, improve porosity, elasticity and general health and appearance of your hair I also suggest giving your hair a regular treat like my Hot shots 2 Minute Miracle. It restores the moisture balance in your hair whilst stimulating and increasing circulation. Basically what this means is that your hair follicles can absorb more nutrients, improving the growth rate and the health of your hair. So you can banish the dreaded frizz. To keep your hair a gorgeous rich mahogany colour you should continue to use a shampoo and conditioner that protects the colour. My Colour Love shampoo and conditioner would be perfect for your hair, as its gentle formula is designed especially for over-stressed coloured hair The shampoo is formulated with UV filters to help give longer life to coloured hair, so rather than washing the colour out, you are washing much needed love and care in. Finish off with the ultra nourishing conditioner and your hair colour will not only be safe but will sparkle with health!
|Joanna asks: |
I regularly dye my hair dark brown, but before long an inexplicable red seems to emerge - my hair is not naturally red and it's been years since I last dyed it red - is there a fix for this?
|Answered By: |
The red that is coming through is what we call in the industry your Remaining Pigment Contribution, when hair is coloured and lifted with developer it starts to expose RPC. I would recommend you go Ĺ to 1 level darker or go with a lower developer to help control this. Your hair colourist will be able to help you with this situation and recommend the correct approach.
|Emma asks: |
I'm 16 years old and have dyed my hair various browns and once red over the past year, recently I have had blonde highlights put in
to lighten my hair up as the browns got too dark and made me look really pale, but what I really want so much is an all over blonde - one shade not different coloured highlights, what do you suggest I do next time I get my hair done? Iím worried that if I keep having highlights I will never get the full head one shade blonde that I want.
|Answered By: |
The biggest concern here is the condition of your hair. It should be reasonably straight forward to get you to an all over blonde colour, but the process can be quite harsh on the hair.
I would strongly recommend that you book a consultation first with your hairdresser and make sure they carry out a strand test to determine whether your hair is strong enough and also to see what sort of result you can expect.
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