|Alice asks: |
My hair is dark brown and I thought the product Sun-in would make my hair blonde. Of course it made my hair a ginger colour, I then thought using more of it would make me less ginger but more blonde, stupid I know. It left me with frizzy strawberry blonde hair which really does not suit me at all. I want to dye my hair back to my natural brown colour but I have heard that you can not dye over Sun-in. Please say this is not true I look a mess!
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Sun-in seems to be one of those products that people just can not help using thinking it will save money - but it often means you spend more trying to sort the disaster out! Firstly, to treat the frizz – your hair is crying out for moisture so use a deep conditioning treatment a couple of times a week to replace the lost moisture. Then, book yourself into a hair salon and get some advice! Colouring is an art and should only be done by the professionals. The good news is that a colourist will be able to tone down the orange blonde for you.
|Kiersten asks: |
I am thirteen, and have been cutting my hair shorter and shorter for about a year. My last cut went a bit too short and its very hard to deal with because of my thick and poofy, very wavy hair. Is there any way, under any circumstances, a way to speed up hair growth? Like, foods, shampoos, serums, or any other treatments that can encourage hair growth? I have been using a product called Be Long, and its hard to tell if its truly working. I think its having a mild effect. Also, I have been dyeing my hair since August about every month, give or take. I am interested in removing the colour. I have heard of products that can strip off the colour. But my concern is that after repeated dyeing, it will be too harsh, as I have heard it is, and damage my hair. Any suggestions to removing my colour?
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Wow, you really have a love for hairdressing! But, I think you need to slow down and allow your hair time to grow and give it a break from colouring. Firstly, I am not sure that the product you are using on your hair will encourage it to grown any faster, I think that healthy hair always starts from within - there is no substitute for a poor diet! Plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables are essential - get your 5 portions from fresh if you can, but remember that a glass of orange juice or a bowl of tomato soup count as one each. You can use supplements too – the most important are Zinc and Omega 3 for great skin, nails and hair...but with your age, ask your doctor or chemist for advice before taking any supplements. In response to your hair colour dilemmas, I think its time you took a break. There are some products on the market that can remove hair colour but I would strongly advise you visit a professional salon and ask their advice. My tip is to perhaps visit a manufacturer hair academy and see if you can be a model to demonstrate colour correction.
|CAITLYN asks: |
I am a teen and when I blow dry my hair it looks great but when I get to school it goes back to normal and look really bad. What can I do to stop this?
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You need to use some silicone based products to help combat humidity, however be careful this kind of product can cause build-up, which will dry out the hair, and prevent treatments from working.
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