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Elizabeth asks:
I have had red/plum semi permanent colour done approx every 6weeks over the last two years and now want to go back to my natural colour of mid brown I mentioned this to my hairdresser last time and she said she will reduce the red, it has come out just as red but dull, flat and too dark - will they be able to remove this colour, my hair is in ok condition

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Elizabeth

Yes it is possible to remover the red deposit that you have been having and then apply a colour of a cool base a couple of shades lighter than your desired result just to prevent it not going to dark. Hope that makes sense as colour remover can make the hair very porous although you say your hair is in good condition so you should be fine. ...More >

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Danielle asks:
Hi, I have dark blonde/brown natural hair colour (very thin and fine) which I recently went from my natural roots with blonde balayage to an attempt at ash blonde all over. I went for a scalp bleach and the hairdresser left me with horrible hair which was white orange and ash. I had foils done the next day as an attempt to fix it. How long would you recommend I wait until I get it re-coloured to a medium blonde to fix it?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Danielle

You can colour over immediately with semi colour which will tone and deposit and give you a nice, soft more natural blonde. Use treatments on a regular basis and then you can use permanent colour on the roots as they grow through but stick to semi on the mid lengths and ends. Colour conditioner will also help control the desired results longevity. ...More >

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Jennie asks:
I have really fine hair that is also thinning. I want to have a style that will be easy to look after but also appear fuller. I have a square shaped face so its hard to find styles that look ok. Please help.

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
Square shaped faces often have characteristics that include an angular jaw, so try styles with long, soft layers towards the top of the head to draw the eye away from the bottom of your face, creating an instant disguise. You can soften a square face with waves and curls, which will give the appearance of a bouncy and voluminous cut. Whether you opt for a long or short style, try not to go too short or too long a couple of inches below or above the chin is ideal. Wispy layers will soften a square face and add height at the top of the head making your face look longer. To make hair appear fuller, try adding a few short layers to increase volume. Off-centre partings will give your hairstyle a bit of an edge and also look great backcombed for extra height.





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