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Samantha asks:
I recently got my hair coloured, I wanted a dark red black but itís very purple instead. If I were to colour it a brown over it will it give me the colour I want?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Samantha, It seems to me that your hair wasnít lifted light enough to have a red black and so went purple; you need to lighten a little more before re-applying a red. Good luck





Sarah asks:
During the summer I dyed my hair purple. Today I have used Live hair lightening and my hair at the roots has gone bright blonde and the rest of my hair has gone ginger, it looks really bad. Is there anything I can do to make it look normal again and when can I dye my hair again a normal colour?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Sarah, I suggest you do the Live again on the finer area and it will lighten to match the roots, then whatever other colour you apply will be even. I suggest unless itís a fashion colour a cool blondes would be good!







Olivia asks:
Hi, I used 3 of Loreal box dye colours (Demi permanant, 500, 515, 535, all browns), I know that this means only half the dye washes out, I naturally have light blonde hair and I had a lighter balyage put in. I impulsively fancied a change and went brown on Saturday. My hair whilst is slowly lightening after each wash is going ginger. I want to go back ashy/baby blonde as I feel I suit it more but donít know what to do, whether to bleach it or what. will it go green? Iím unsure of what to do. Just need some advice please

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Olivia, This is a difficult one to advise on without seeing but as you put such a dark colour on your light hair it should wash/fade out very quickly. Try using a high detergent shampoo or deep clarifying shampoo, rinse and repeat a few times and then perhaps have some baby lights at the salon again and use a violet conditioner to add cool tones and neutralise warmth. Good luck





 
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