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Dawn asks:
I had my hair coloured for years using Koleston Perfect 5/0 because now I am getting greyer, can I go quite a bit lighter? What is the best way to do it? The stylist says a tint won’t lift a tint!

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Your hairdresser is correct to say that Tint doesn't lift Tint. However, there are only 2 products that you can use to lift the coloured hair a few shades WITHOUT bleaching. They are Goldwell System Colour Remover or Eraser by Affinage. Both these products lift out artificial colour gently without bleach. You can then go up at least 2 to 3 shades lighter. It is a professional product and must be used in Salon.





Jacquelyn asks:
I have quite thick hair with a natural waves its also pretty dry and frizzy recently I had it layered and feathered and it does not sit to well can you advise me on straightening and also products for my hair to look healthier?.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
The quickest and easiest way of straightening your hair is with straightening irons and it is always advisable to use heat protection sprays before hand to protect from the heat. I would also suggest using an intensive conditioning treatment to help reduce the frizz in your hair. Something like Wella System Professional Power Mask is ideal for this. There are also chemical straightening processes on the market but would be wary of the condition they can leave your hair in.







Emma asks:
I have short naturally blonde hair which has recently been coloured red. I am desperate to go back to blonde, is this possible in one salon trip and is the only option to bleach it?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Yes it is possible - ask your hairdresser to contact Affinage (product company) and order in 1 or 2 Eraser hair colour remover. It basically removes artificial colour pigment by reversing the process. It is not a bleach and will remove the colour without interfering with your own natural hair colour. As you have had a colour on your hair - it won’t be exactly the same as before, but all the red tone will be removed.

Good luck





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