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Becky asks:
How do you remove a color from bleached hair

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
I would need some more information on that one as there are lots of products but it depends on what you have got in the hair. For a subtle stain use a clarificant shampoo ( JF Lazartigues after swimming shampoo) a bit more intense pigment could be a shampoo bleach or a colour remover (effassor, wipe out) available from hair salons





Annette asks:
I am of mixed heritage - Jamaican/Indian and as my hair is fine but extremely curly and long I have been told that relaxers will make my hair fall out. Someone told me about the Japanese hair treatments - Yuko and IHR are they any good for my type of hair? If I get it done will it make my hair fall out? Where can I get it done? Preferably somewhere with proven experience with my type of hair.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Relaxers done correctly will not make your hair fall out. (Morions is a good product), however in my experience it is difficult to find stylists in the UK that are proficient in relaxing hair. I would not recommend the YUKO system for you as it uses quite a harsh system. They firstly apply the relaxer blowdry your hair straight with the products in and then use hot irons (180 degrees) on your hair to straighten it. This is harsh and obviously takes a lot out of your hair. If you feel that your hair is delicate may I suggest a good non chemical relaxer such as Razzamatazz Strait Time and use this to relax your curls without damaging your hair. Please do not try the YUKO it is not for you.







Kate asks:
I have coloured my hair with herbatint natural blone which gives a result a couple of shades lighter. I have about 30% grey in my hair and its is in good condition. I have found it difficult to treat root growth myself and could not afford to go to a salon regularly so am wondering if I could go back to a semin permanent or is this not possible on permanently coloured hair? Alternatively I was interested in the JF Lazartigue colour emulsion - would this mean not having to touch up the roots again?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Dear Kate: the J.F. Lazartigue range of colours is magnificent, but like any other colorant, as the hair grows from the root to a faster rate than your hair colour washes out, you will still having the regrowth problem, as you dont want to use a hairdresser to do it for you , make sure that you use a gentle product





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