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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





Anon asks:
I have a natural mop of frizz - almost afro hair. I use mousse as serums are no good. I separate parts of my hair and twist around my finger to create ringlets, however at the age of 28 Iím being mistaken for 10 years younger. I want an easy manageable curly style (not too curly) which will at least add a few years on my age. HELP!

Mark WoolleyAnswered By:
Mark Woolley
Naturally curly hair can be more difficult to style than straight, and can often take more maintenance. I would recommend using a good styling crŤme when you dry your hair, such as LíOreal Techni Art Liss Control, (£9.95) which will add control and definition to your style. I would steer clear of ringlets if you want to look older, but if you still want some movement in your hair I would move more towards a textured look, which you can create using a diffuser setting on your hairdryer and some powerful styling products such as Fudge Reform (£9.95).







Hayley asks:
I have Great Length Hair Extensions in my hair for the last year and before that I had Balmain ones for about a year and a half. I have recently noticed that my real hair is only just over an inch long and I am really scared I am going to be left with no hair if I donít get them out. My hair is also platinum blonde and very dry. My hair doesnít seem to grow thatís why I got the extensions can you please advise me what I should do and if it means taking them out then is there anything I can do to help my hair grow?

Dawn CooperAnswered By:
Dawn Cooper
This does seem to me as though the extensions may not have been applied correctly or you are over processing your hair with colour .I have been applying extensions now for 13years and most of my clientsí hair becomes thicker and longer. I would recommend that you switch to a more gentle product and brand, for instance Racoon International. Their bonding is made from natural ingredients and will not damage your hair if applied correctly by a stylist who has been trained by Racoon International. You must make sure the salon and stylist are Racoon trained and approved. The bond which is attached to the hair should be about half an inch away from the root and the bond should be around the size of a grain of rice. The hair that the bond is attached to should be new growth so really if the extensions are put in correctly your hair should not break. Racoon extensions and Micro Wefts come in a gorgeous range of colours Ė a great chemical free option and the colours stay fast and true. I certainly would give your hair a little rest and then start afresh and look to other salons if you donít feel happy where you are going





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