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Kaci asks:
It has been rare in my 40 years, to find someone who can cut my hair correctly. Only twice as a matter of fact, I have very curly, coarse hair that is coloured. I try to describe "cascading curls" with blunt layers that are longer at the crown. Point cut but not sliding or texturizing. Still, I can't find anyone to cut it right. I like to have a proper angle around my face with more like a layer than a layer than a layer. No one will do this. They say it will look funny. Please help describe a style that will work for both curly and straight. At this point, with several haircuts to "fix" the problem, my hair has ended up shoulder length. It will be grown out!

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I think if you drop the words cascading curls it might help. I do understand why you donít want any texturizing, you hair has enough texture in it as it is. You might want to find a cutter that cuts dry first you just need to find one and I think your problem would be solved.

Gillie asks:
I have short ginger hair and I normally bleach it blonde but I am starting to get fed up of that tacky look once I have bleached it for the first week, I was considering going to a hairdressers to get it permanently dyed blonde but I was told that Hairdresserís wonít permanently dye ginger hair to blonde as it can really damage the hair and may turn out wrong also. So I was just wondering if the Hairdresserís will actually dye my hair for me to achieve a good non tacky ash blonde look that I am not able to get out of the bottle.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Ginger hair cannot be coloured blonde? Not true. Any good salon would be able to give you a great blonde result. Obviously your natural warm tone in your hair will be a factor but it can definitely be achieved by a good professional.

Catherine asks:
I have been having my hair coloured at my hairdressers for several years- I have auburn hair and to add some vibrancy she uses Marirouge 7.64. It was getting quite expensive to visit the hairdressers every few weeks to get my roots done but I decided to buy the same product from a hairdressing warehouse and do it myself. Where my hair has grown the colour has turned out very copper while the rest of my hair is a darker tone. This has happened once at the hairdressers and she put a dark blonde on it to tone it down. Please can you tell me what I can put on it to tone the colour down please?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
This is a difficult one - as I cannot recommend a specific colour for your problem without seeing your hair and the vibrancy of the colour difference. If I take a guess - it could well be the wrong suggestion - The last thing I want to do is add to your problem. I suggest you get it sorted at your hairdressers, and then change the root colour by adding a natural tone (dark blonde) in with the 7.64 to prevent the roots from being too red/copper.

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