|Kessie asks: |
So I want to grow out my bangs, I have straight asian thin hair and a kinda round chubby face I donít know what style would look best please help
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I would suggest the easiest and best way to grow them out, is have the hair around your face layered and shaped, usually from the cheek bones is the best place to start. The bangs may not be long enough yet to shape into the layers but within 4-6 weeks they will be and then you can have it re shaped and go from there. Using a protein shampoo is a great way of making your fine hair have a bit more body and volume. Happy growing out!
|Mrs M. asks: |
I am a 54 year old female. Since going through the menopause my hair is even thinner than is used to be. My natural hair was fine, medium brown. I have coloured it dark brown as little as possible to hide the grey for about 20 years averaging perhaps 5 times a year but now my scalp shows through, especially at the back. People think I am having chemo. It is shoulder length at the moment. What can I do to minimise the appearance of grey hair and my scalp showing through? I look like a goth to as my hair is very dark but my skin is pale. What style would be best and what colour change.
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There will be underlying causative factors that are causing your hair to be so thin, to identify and treat these it would be necessary for you to see a Trichologist. As a cosmetic solution to cover the problem I would recommend the Postiche Lite Hair integration system, this is very gentle, causing no tension or damage to the clients own hair, for more information look at www.hairlossnetwork.co.uk ...More >
Hope that this helps,
Love Eva x
|Laura asks: |
For over a year now, I have been trying to achieve a medium ash blonde balayage coulor. I started with a red wine shade, that I maintained for years and years. It ended up staining my cuticle, but I would think since I have been going to salon after salon, and none can fix this! it will lighten some, but end up going brassy (after one wash) and the red parts have turned a pinky red! its not a shade Iím happy with. Ive spent around 2500$ seeing multiple "master colourists" and none can do a darker base and beige blonde balayage. The say the can...then under the ash colour comes back a horrible coloured highlight (like goldy) Its driving me absolutely nuts! and not to mention the ever draining bank account. I have an appointment feb 3rd at yet another high end salon. Its my last straw.
I have fine curly hair that is quite healthy now, and shoulder length. Basically, I want medium ash on top BEIGE blonde ends. (no colour seeping through) no warm tones, just cool tones.
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Its sounds like it has been a nightmare for you!! ...More >
Okay well my first advice is you need to have a gentle bleach bath and clarifying shampoo to make sure there is no possibility of the pinkish tones re occuring.
As I donít know what colour your hair is naturally its difficult for me to suggest the exact shades of colour you need to use.
But once the pink undertones are gone I suggest you ask for a root colour to be a mix of the base level and .1 and .2 this means the tones of the colours applied with be violet and green based so neutralise the possible orange / yellow/ brassy tones. This will need to be mixed with the desired base colour and the correct developer depending how many shades light the roots are compared to your natural colour.
The ends Iím not sure if you want them a lighter blonde with a beige undertone, but if so the bleach bath that was done befiore you started is perfect with a beige blonde colour with 10 vol developer for about 20 mins on the middle and ends of the hair.
You can manage any unwanted tones in between salon vists with colour deposit conditioner in silver if you want to get rid of orange tones and violet if they are more yellow.
Really good luck.
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