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Ceri asks:
Iím going to a festival this year and really want to dye my hair for it but I have a kind of unique natural hair colour and Iíve always been told not to dye it because it will ruin the colour. My hair is strawberry blonde naturally with 5 different natural shades (or "highlights") in it too. I was hoping to use a temporary dye but I wasnít sure if that would still be damaging for it. Will temporary dye damage my natural hair colour? Or will it be fine for just one weekend? Thank you, Ceri

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Ceri, If you use what is known as a semi permanent colour (something mixed with a low level, that gradually shampoos out) or a direct dye colour (something that doesnít get mixed but is more fashion colour and washes our more quickly) then you will not spoil your beautiful natural colour. Warm colors will work better on your hair and remember that the above colour can only add shade or make hair temporarily darker. Once you want to get rid of the colour you can always use high detergent shampoo or washing up liquid to remove the remainder, leave it on for 5 mins before rinsing and repeat is necessary. Enjoy the festival!





Mario asks:
Hello! I have questions about my hair. So there is this band named íWhy donít weí and within the members of the band there is a guy with curly hair and I found out that itís a perm so I decided to let my hair grow out and once i felt it was long enough I decided to get a perm, but ever since Iíve never been able to get my hair to look as curly as his, over time Iíve gotten more perms (A total of 3 perms) but I can never seem to get it too look as curly, like on the right side of my hair there are some curls but the left side of my hair itís mainly wavy. I know my description of it isnít the best but if thereís any way I can have a 1 on 1 contact that would be great! So that I can provide pictures to help out what Iím trying to say!!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Mario, So may I suggest you use a shampoo and condition especially for curly hair as these really do help with curl formation, then apply curl cream or mouse before combing through. Make sure you dry your hair to 90% dry with a hairdryer and diffuser. Donít move the diffuser around just leave the hair in it until its nearly dry. Have the dryer on medium heat and medium speed, this way you will maximize your curls potential. I really hope this helps.







Jane asks:
Hi, I got my hair done yesterday. First time dyed in to black dye to red orange ombre. I was wondering what hair products should I use on my ombre hair. And what type on shampoo and conditioner and how often to use?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Jane, I suggest you use colour safe shampoo and conditioner, always comb the conditioner through before rinsing as that smooths the cuticle down and locks in the colour as well help the hair look shiny. Also using a treatment mask weekly really helps keep the hair in good condition, leave on for 20 mins before rinsing and still use conditioner as treatment masks work on the inner structure of the hair. Hope you enjoy your new colour.





 
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