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Liv asks:
Hi, my hair has been dyed a permanent dye, Líoreal Majirel,which is a mix of 6 (deep dark blonde) and 6.3 (golden blonde). Whilst I like the colour, I would prefer it to be a bit lighter (my natural hair colour is light brown). I used to use a Líoreal semi-permanent hair dye, Iced Latte 7.13, which I liked at lot especially the tone. I am not keen on the reddish/orange undertone of the colour in my hair now. Would the 7 or 7.1 in the Majirel be similar to the iced latte? I did contact Líoreal and the closest they came to was a 7.13 in the líoreal preference range which was a beige blonde but I thought it looked a little bit too light for my pale skin! Thanks in advance. Regards, Liv.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Liv, I suggest using the 7.1 as that will give you the right lightness, but as itís an ash base it will neutralise the warm undertones you donít like currently. Moving forward as you havenít mentioned covering white/grey hair I would use 7.1 on the root area and then 7.0 to refresh the middle and ends if you need to. If you use the 7.1 on the ends too much it will cool the tones too much and look unnatural. Hope this helps.





Josephine asks:
I am in my late sixties and have let my white/grey hair come through. I would like to put a little bit of blonde streaks through it. Can I do this with a blonde mousse and could you recommend a colour for me? Many thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi blonde mousse would be a great way to tone and blend the white hair; you may also want to consider blonde shampoo and conditioner as well as the result lasts longer as it builds up over time and usage. Thank you







Rosina asks:
Hi, I went to my hair salon 4 months ago, asking for an ash brown hair colour. After doing it, the balayaged parts of my hair turned purple and I hated it! I applied an at home keratin treatment to straighten my curls about a week after the dye job and my hair became a terrible brassy chestnut colour. My natural colour is dark ash brown, and itís starting to noticeably grow back. How do you suggest I match the rest of my brassy ends with my natural roots?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Rosina, it sounds like the keratin smoother has stripped the colour leaving you with the brassy residue. You can try using a medium ash brown on the area to tone and blend with your natural roots. It will fade quickly so you may need to apply a bit sooner than usual but it will start to last better and tone and blend with your natural colour. Make sure you are using a regular treatment on your hair as well as combing the conditioner through to help maintain the condition and colour of your hair.





 
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