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Aleksandar asks:
Hello, I have very thin hair. I am guy in 20ís and it irritates me very much. I am not totally bald but my hair is very thin and in some light it looks pretty ugly. I want to colourise my hair and scalp so that my hair looks thicker. Which hair dye should i use? My skin and hair are very sensitive.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Aleksandar, may I suggest you have a trim, use a protein shampoo and perhaps take a supplement to improve the quality of your hair!
As far as colour goes there are so many to choose from but I would try frost matching a scalp powder to your current colour, these are normally a formula created with clay and sheep wool fibres, you shake them into the area you want volume and texture and the fibres lay on your scalp to give a thicker fuller look. Try blow drying your hair as well as a good hair care and style regime does help improve the look of fine hair. The brand of fibre I like best is called Topik hair fibres, good luck.





vanina asks:
Iím wondering if itís possible to have layers without having a layered or feathered look at the very front. I donít really like the feathered look but I love choppy edgy layers.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Vanina, Yes it is possible to have a more choppy look rather than feathery, but if your hair is very fine make sure you explain that you donít want too much layering round the front. Good luck







Lisa asks:
I always dye my hair at home. Recently every time I dye my hair it comes out bright at the roots and the top of my head and the rest although it takes it is more dull, then after a few washes it fades really quickly and the roots stay bright. It is like the colour is not taking to the hair. I have baby fine hair slightly longer than shoulder length. I tend to dye my hair red. At the moment it is copperish. I have used bleach in the past to lighten it and used colour remover could this be the reason the colour is not sticking. Could I colour it with hair dye that is natural with no ammonia or peroxide in would that work or do I need a product with a high content of the above. Please help. Lisa Lewis

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Lisa, It sounds to me that your roots are lighter than you mid lengths and ends, hence why the roots are lighter and brighter. I assume there must be a colour build up on the mid lengths and ends too. So I suggest you either add a base colour to the formula you currently use for the root application and apply to the rest of the hair without base colour to prevent it being darker. The colour wonít last very well if your hair is out of condition so perhaps applying treatments to your hair will hair as well as using a colour safe shampoo and conditioner. I do hope this helps!





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