|Alonso asks: |
Hi there, Iím a 27 year old male and unfortunately slightly receding... Iím currently going through a horrible time with my overall hairstyle choice and have no idea what to do with it. Iíve tried lots of styles including the fully shaved/buzzcut look, right up to medium length waves, shaved sides etc, and I feel that nothing suits me whatsoever. Is there anywhere I can go (UK) where somebody could give me some personalised advice on what would look best on me? Please help! Thanks
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Hi Alonso, I am so sorry you are struggling to get good professional advice on your hair and styling. May I suggest that you book into a reputable unisex salon and ask in advance if you can have a full consultation free of charge. You may have to phone around but there are lots of amazing salons around that will help advice. Meanwhile take a look at your diet and make sure its rich in nutrients as well as use the best shampoo and styling products possible, also invest in a hair dryer as that will really help you create more hair styles and maybe a supplement this will all help condition your hair and scalp and that will in turn improve your hair and its appearance. Good luck
|Nicole asks: |
I currently have chestnut brown hair, and I would like to change colour to a honey blonde.
When I have been blonde before my hairdresser never used treatments to protect or maintain my hair so it was in terrible condition.
What is the best way for me to go from brown to blonde without damaging my hair?
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First of all, make sure that you have an in-depth consultation with a colour specialist. If you were visiting SJ Forbes, we would mix each colour with a Goldwell BondPro + treatment. This innovative product strengthens the hair fibre and supports bond stability, ensuring that the hair looks and feels significantly healthier.
To achieve the colour, we would suggest the Balayage technique with pre-lightener, or for all over colour, a Goldwell Topchic Special Lift tint. Maintenance is just as important, so ask your hairdresser to recommend a deep nourishing treatment that you can use at home.
|Francesca asks: |
Hi! So, Iíve been bleaching and dyeing my hair at home for as long as I can remember and Iíve never had this problem before. So whatís been happening is my roots and ends take bleach and colour perfectly but the shaft barely takes it! When I bleached it the roots and tips were about a level 9 but the shaft stayed at about a level 7. I was super frustrated so I just put the dye over it and the roots and tips took it but the shaft BARELY took any of the dye. What could I do to fix my hair?
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Can I suggest you use a deep clarifying shampoo to ensure you have no product, colour or mineral build up prevent the colour or bleach working. I think it would be a good idea to mix a new batch of bleach and re-apply to the mid lengths/shaft. Cover with a plastic cap and process as normal. I am sure that once the hair has had the deep cleanse you will get the result you are after. Thank you
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