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Melissa asks:
Hello!, I am desperate here in the USA. I let someone do my hair who clearly did not know what they was doing. They used a High Lift Kit to TRY make my hair a light Blonde- My hair has already been dyed/colored on and off for many years and this has never happened before this disaster 2 weeks ago. Long story shorter my hair turned anything but Blonde! My hair came out majority Orange and the top only being Yellow! Not a dark Orange but a medium Orange} Can anyone please please please advise me on what to do to correct my hair so it is a light Blonde? I am not picky I would be so happy with pretty much any shade of light Blonde. B/C as of the last 2 weeks I am in hiding =( I did try Loreal Shimmer Lights {Purple shampoo) and it did not do anything,,,,So aside from that and conditioning it I have not touched it,,, Is my hair to messd up to tone these 2 colors out? Or would I need to bleach it?,, THANK YOU TO ANYONE THAT MAY REPLY!!! =(

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Oh Melissa

It seems to me that the product used wasnít left on long enough or wasnít used with the correct developer in order to lift your hair light enough. The natural underlying tone of dark blonde is orange so if you want to be a light blonde you need to light the colour again. ...More >

I would suggest you buy an light ash blonde apply to the middle lengths and ends of your hair and process for 20 mins before applying to the root area (because its lighter already) process for a further 20 mins and you should have a light coolish blonde thatís even. You can always apply a toner or use the silver shampoo to personalise the colour more to your liking.

Good luck

Becca asks:
Hi, for years now, Iíve had fine, static hair. I canít even use a wooden brush or metal comb without my hair becoming static. Iíve tried all the tricks, using different brushes, shampoo and conditioners, going a while without washing it. I donít dye my hair or use straighteners/dryers on it. All the advice I get given doesnít work. Is there a product I should be using? I did try leave in sprays, oils and conditioners but that did nothing. Thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Becca

It sounds to me like you have tried everything, may I suggest a pure bristle brush, before you take it through your hair spray the brush with dry shampoo. I wouldnít normally recommend using a bristle brush on fine hair, but it does add moisture, skip the oils, serums and leave in conditioner unless itís a high protein one. Use a volumising shampoo, and dry your hair as slowly as possible. The dry shampoo on the bristle brush should calm the static, a travel size version can be kept in your handbag that way you should be able to control it during the day when you brush. ...More >

Good luck

Robin asks:
I have mid-length brown hair and I love the way my hair looks when I get out of the shower. However, as soon as it dries it looks rubbish and has a mind of its own. Iíd really like to keep the wet look style throughout the day. Please can you advise what products I can use to achieve that?

Hayley Gibson-ForbesAnswered By:
Hayley Gibson-Forbes
Hi Robin, the slick, wet look hairstyle is universal and rapidly growing in popularity so I totally understand why you want to rock this look. It is quite easy to achieve at home if you follow these simple steps: ...More >

After showering, gently towel dry hair and then add a few drops of KMS California Tame Frizz Oil and blowdry using a cool setting. This brilliant product will keep your hair frizz free for up to 3 days, and is instantly absorbed to give you brilliant shine without weighing your locks down.

Once your hair is dry, add KMS Hairplay Liquid Wax. This product holds like a gel and styles like a wax, providing you with flexible support with high shine. You will love the results.

Answered by Sean J McElhill, Co-Director, SJ Forbes

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