|Laura asks: |
My natural hair colour is a light golden brown. For years I have been dying my hair a chocolate brown. However, recently it has become very dark and has made me look washed out. I was told to put a red tint in it to warm it up but this has not done very much. I have decided to go back to my natural colour but do not know the best way to go about this. I always thought colour stripping was extreme. I asked a hair professional and was told to use head and shoulders as this strips hair colour, but at this rate I will still be using it this time next year as it is having little effect. Is it possible to dye over my colour or should I take the plunge and get it stripped? I do not want lighter brown highlights in it as I was hoping to have something near my natural colour and perhaps some blonde highlights. Hope you can help!
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I have two solutions:
A Have your hair striped with a product called Modullat this will get rid of most of the unwanted dark tones with the minimal damage. ...More >
B Have blonde High Lights put in now, the colour will make you immediately appear much lighter.
Whatever your choice, you will still having to moisturise your hair try the J F Lazartigue moisturising range
|Emma asks: |
I am looking to buy some clip in hair extensions, but am confused as I do not know what ones are the best. I have noticed that some have lots of very small clips attached and some have a larger clip. Which is the best? Can you recommend any that would hold easily and stay in place, that are not too expensive?
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Clip in hair extensions are a hit and miss product at the moment. Sometimes there can be a great difference with getting fantastic looking clip attachments that work but the hair is of poor quality, or you can get good quality hair and the clips do not work properly. I personally think that the best ones are the ones that are made up specifically for you by a properly trained consultant. This would involve the correct hair colour match, length and blend, with professional toupee clips placed in the right directions to match your head size and shape. Some of our consultants can help prepare a customised hair extension clip in for yourself.
|Catherine asks: |
I have long (just past shoulder) length hair. there is a natural wave in my hair, and it has a tendency to go frizzy when I blow dry it. I have got into the habit of straightening it all the time, its the easy way out! But my hairdresser has told me I should cut down because it will damage my hair for later years. I really would love to get my hair like Mischa Bartons (as apparently I look very like her.) Basically, is there anyway I can do to ensure that the frizz is reduced, and the style stays as my hair has a tendency to loose its oomph during the day. I use intensive conditioners, volumising conditioners and mousses and all that but still want my hair to sit and not have to worry about it going hayward!
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What you need is perhaps to stop using to many products as to many would make your hair look greasy and probably dull. Use a good shampoo and conditioner according to your hair type and as a styling product use a straightening gel this would keep your hair away from humidity that creates most of the frizz (check this one out it is my favourite!!
) as for Mischas hair try to dry your hair straight or straighten your hair with flat irons and immediately place some rollers upwards leave them on for about 15 to 20 minutes and then gently take them out.
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