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Chris asks:
My hair is almost totally grey...no problem with that...but I have noticed that the hair is developing a coppery sheen in certain lighting. Have just bought some shampoo that is supposed to reduce this but I have seen no sign yet. I am not keen on dyeing hair...Any suggestions?

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
Well Chris, a product we use and lots of our clients sing its praises is KMS Blonde Vitality shampoo. This eliminates warm tones and gives your hair a real fresh look. I know you said you do not wish to colour your hair but a conditioning semi permanent colour would definitely help. You could have one that would tone, refresh and condition your hair but you would not feel like your hair is coloured.

Hayley Lewis, Bramhall





Lucy asks:
I have dark brown, medium thickness hair that goes wavy in damp weather, its long at the min and I need a change. I fancy a choppy bob a bit like Victoria Beckhams new do, but I am worried that if my hairs shorter it will just curl up? My face is round but I have good cheekbones and a decent jaw line, any advice for going shorter?

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
Hey Lucy go for it! I would take the plunge and go shorter but I would also advise some flashes of colour through your hair. This will break up the texture of you hair and make it appear more choppy. You also need to use a straightening balm when you are styling your hair, GHD do a great one and also a product called thermal protector. If you spray this on your hair and then use the GHD straighteners your style should last much longer. Both the straightening balm and the thermal protector repel atmospheric moisture and help keep your hair looking good for longer! I am not sure whether it will get you David Beckham but hey ho!

Hayley Lewis, Bramhall







Sophie asks:
I have had blonde highlights in my hair since it started going dark, about ten years ago. I have started travelling a lot and decided to home dye my hair blonde. It worked really well and actually added condition. I have now noticed that my natural hair colour is really quite dark and my eyebrows are darker than a few years ago. I would like to match my natural chocolate brown hair colour and be a brunette, which I have tried before and like a lot. What is the best way of changing from very light blonde to a rich dark in a salon? I do not mind paying but I would need a quick result as I am leaving to travel again in a few months?

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
I think the best thing for you Sophie is to visit a salon and have a consultation and a strand test first of all. Then the hairdresser will be able to give you a good idea what can be achieved. If you are sure you want to go ahead then it is a case of applying a permanent colour to your hair to balance your colour and give you a result very close to your natural colour. It is difficult to achieve exactly the same colour as your natural colour but we can certainly get it very close. You will also need to take some professional products with you to care for your hair as it will tend to fade due to the porosity of your hair and especially if you are travelling to hotter climates & swimming. It is also possible that you could purchase a product from your salon called Colourfresh which is a conditioning semi permanent colour that you can apply to keep your colour looking fresh.

Pepe Johnson, Stockport





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