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Stephanie asks:
I have black hair and naturally blonde roots I have thin hair but it isn't damaged and I was wondering if stripping the black (professionally) would cause my hair to fall out? If I did get it stripped and then dyed blonde how blonde would it go?

Martin HillierAnswered By:
Martin Hillier
There are several products in the professional market to deal with decolorizing hair as a result of a professional application; your hair should not unduly suffer. But you will have gone through a major change for your hair, so be sure to work with professional products to nurture your hair after. As for choosing your professional salon to do the work; shop around; go for a couple of consultations and see how comfortable you feel; many salons have experts in colour and will put you at ease with any questions you may put to them! So embrace your new change and see if blondes truly do have more fun! Try Senscience True Hue Colour beads once your transformation is complete; they’ll protect and enhance the results of your new look.





Tanith asks:
I am 27 and I have long thick brown hair, it has sections that are a bit naturally wavy but there are some bushy bits, it's due another trim. I try to put waves and curls in it, using mousse heat and curl protection spray. When I go to a salon they just drop out in an hour, I don't want to have layers into my hair as I love it long. Is there anything else I can try other than putting it in twists/pleats the night before damp, using these products? I rarely use heat or products but I spend the money on good shampoos and conditioners to keep my hair shiny and healthy – but am desperate for styles that will stay!

Calum TierneyAnswered By:
Calum Tierney
The only thing you could have to encourage any curls to stay longer is to have a soft perm but even then, if your hair is thick and with no layers, even that will struggle to keep in.

What you need to think about is whether you would have some layers through your hair to give you what you desire because without having layers there is limited possibilities!







Pearl asks:
For a documentary film for HBO I am looking for vintage commercials of the Jheri curl and classy curl - from the 1980s. Any suggestions where to find these?

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
I think the only possibility you would have is to Google them both and if not try Hair 1980 and see what comes up! Aside from that you could have a look at product manufacturers' websites and see if they have any archives, especially Wella & L'Oreal.





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