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Jen asks:
I am getting married abroad and having my long thick hair in a low side bun. Iíve been told to bring my own hair supplies eg clips etc, what should I take to ensure it doesnít fall out? Iíve got a glitzy tiara so I wanted the actual bun to be quite plain to avoid over-bling.

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
Take rubber bands and also some stretchy bands with hooks on either end. TONI&GUY do them in Boots. Take hair grips to match your hair colour. Soft and strong hold hairspray. Freeflow and Stay by Clynol are the best. Finish off with Gloss shine spray by Clynol. Take pictures of how you would like it to look either from a magazine or have a trial and take pictures of yourself. Your hair should be put up in stages and not all at once. This will stop it falling out. Have fun!

Caroline asks:
I have been colouring my hair for 9 years blonde, my natural colour is dark brown but I have got quite a lot of grey. My hairdresser doesnít think I should be using bleach any more so she just did my roots and another colour itís awful. I am at a loss.

Sue PembertonAnswered By:
Sue Pemberton
I am sorry you are at a loss, but not all is lost because the worst case is you bleach your hair again if your hair can handle the chemical challenge. I can see why your stylist is trying to change you into a hair colour instead of a bleaching product but I canít really give you a lot of advice as I do not know how much grey you have, what was done to your regrowth and ends and what you actually donít like about the end result? I would assume your hair is darker than what you are use to? Maybe you could have highlights in the colour to brighten it up and help you through the transition phase, go chat with your stylist again and I am sure you both will decide on the best approach for your hair

Katherine asks:
I have coloured my hair with Nice and easy semi permanent golden blonde/brown but it has left my hair looking very copper. I am a natural base shade of around a 7-8. I did go to a hairdressers and they put on a gloss shade 8 and a few highlights but this did not cover the problem. What can you suggest I do? I want to go back as close as possible to my natural colour but mainly want to get rid off the copper.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Glosses wonít do enough to solve this problem so, I suggest you have half a head of low lights as close to your natural base colour this will dilute the copper and will still give you a nice warmth through out.

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