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Linda asks:
I have very dark hair (almost black) and have been dying my roots for the last 4 years to hide the onset of grey. I am now 38 & 6 weeks ago decided to take the plunge and get my hair professionally highlighted. I got lovely fine caramel highlights all over, which looked great and I bought anti-fade colour products to keep it good. After a couple of weeks it started to look really ginger - what went wrong? It was so not the look I was expecting and do not want it to happen again. I went to a good salon and thought I would be safe! How can I stop it changing colour like this again?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
To stop it looking so orange at the moment you can ask for a toner, just to tone the orange down slightly. Ask for a Ash Blue Toner. If you have already coloured your hair all over dark again then there is a new product by Redken with has been formulated for very dark hair and coloured hair. It is Coloured Colour Fusion Browns depending on how much red tone you have in your hair naturally you will need either a Ash/Blue tone or Ash/Gold.





Victoria asks:
What is kinder to the hair, 6% peroxide with bleach or Majiblonde tint using 18% peroxide. At college I was told 18% should never be used but my hairdresser told me its better to use that rather than the bleach with 6%. Can you help me please?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
It is very easy, never use a product without reading the instructions. You should never use Majiblond with 18%, so the answer to your question is simply go for the bleach with 6%







Dawn asks:
I have very fine medium length blonde hair and was wondering if you could advise me on a type of style I could go for? I have a longish face and I would like something that is easy to do in a morning.

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
You could have a textured haircut that would come onto your cheekbones and also around your face to bring softness onto your face and give your total look more balance. I would also advise you to have some colour of a couple of shades. You could have some lowlights of a shade darker than your natural colour and also some lighter highlights through the top of your style. This again would give a beautiful textured look that with the use of styling products you should simply dry your hair, apply a small amount of product and then you are ready to go!






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