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Saira asks:
I recently dyed my two tone hair (blonde on top, dark brown on bottom) hair to an all over dark shade, and I seriously do not like it. It washes my cool skin tone out. I would like to get back to blonde SAFELY, (or a color that would match my skin tone) but I simply cannot afford a trip to the salon, and I have been doing my own hair for years. Is there a safe product I can use to get all this color out without destroying my hair? Its not in the best of shape, but after coloring it dark, it seems to have gotten better, except for the ends, which have always been a little brittle. OR Would I be able to highlight it without it turning brassy? I have used a semi-perm color mousse (Color Flirt in Deep Red) in it, which should wash out in 8-12 days, but the underlying brown color has been there for about 1 and 1/2 weeks. Have I waited too long? Am I stuck with this yucky colour?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
To be perfectly honest I cannot recommend a home colour product as we only use professional products in our salons.

Also, by the sounds of what you would like to achieve I would strongly recommend you get your hair done at a professional salon. ...More >

Alternatively at least book a free consultation at a reputable salon, so you have a good idea how to colour your hair.





Alex asks:
I am going grey slightly and dye my hair med blonde but in the light it looks auburn! How do I stop this? Most of my hair is a mousey blonde colour with grey around my temples. Help!

Akin KoniziAnswered By:
Akin Konizi
If your hair is slightly warm, you need to opt for a more neutral base to achieve the look you want. Cover your greying areas by using a hair colour designed specifically for grey coverage such as Wella Professionals Koleston Perfect Intensive series. This product will work to balance your colour as its high pigment will help achieve an allover, even coverage.







Anon asks:
Is it important for people to use salon shampoos and conditioners or can ordinary shampoos and conditioners from supermarkets and drug stores be healthy for the hair as well?

Akin KoniziAnswered By:
Akin Konizi
Professional shampoos and conditioners purchased from salons will always be better for your hair. They may be a bit more expensive but they are concentrated and therefore you do not need as much of the product when washing your locks. In contrast, supermarket and drug store alternatives are lower in quality and contain a substantial amount of silicone which builds up on the hair and creates a residue. If possible, always try to spend that extra bit of money on professional, higher quality products as these nourish your hair, working from roots to tips to give lustrous and healthy tresses





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