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Joan asks:
Hello, I have damaged hair, and my ends are split. I am going to get it trimmed, but I want my hair to grow more fast and full. Do you have any suggestions on what I could do?

Karine JacksonAnswered By:
Karine Jackson
Itís important to trim your hair every 6-8 weeks if you want it to grow and look healthy at the same time. If you donít have it cut the hair will just split and break off. Doing a treatment once a week will help you hair to retain moisture and look healthy encouraging the growth. Also the way you wash your hair is extremely important; shampoo your hair once with a small amount of product to remove dirt and then shampoo a second times to clean thoroughly. Squeeze the excess moisture out of the hair with a towel and apply conditioner to the mid-lengths and ends. Comb through with a large tooth comb or a Tangle Teezer Ė this ensures that the conditioner helps to detangle and it spread evenly throughout the hair. Leave it on for 5 minutes and then rinse thoroughly for hair that is in perfect condition and will help the growth

Moe asks:
Hello, My Name is Moe. I am trying to go platinum blonde. My current colour is about 2 inches of my natural colour at the roots (which is a medium/dark brown) the rest is faded 5vr and pure rr (from redkins chromatics line) My question is what is the best way to achieve platinum with my hair being so dark.

Ken PictonAnswered By:
Ken Picton
Going from dark to blonde is never easy and is one of the longest services that we offer in the salon. First things first, condition is vital; cleansing the hair can cause damage so I would say that you may need to compromise some of your length and have good chop Ė the shorter the hair the more chance of gaining an even, good condition platinum colour. Step two would be to cleanse the existing colour from the ends of the hair, once this is lifted to yellow blonde the bleach can be applied to the roots and left to develop until an even very pale yellow undercoat is achieved. The last step would be to tone away any unwanted yellow that has been left in the hair, creating that cool, violet ash tone from root to tip. Regular trips to the salon are a must with this look; using blonde specific products such a LíOrealís shine blonde and conditioner at home will keep any unwanted brassy tones from creeping in

Atashi asks:
My hair is getting lighter in colour day by day. It used to be jet black and now it is a shade of dark brown. I donít want to colour it Ė is there a way to regain lost colour?

Jack HowardAnswered By:
Jack Howard
It sounds as though your hair is getting lighter due to daily and thermal aggressions Ė make sure you always use a heat protection spray and products that lock in colour; investing in good quality products will ensure your colour lasts. I would also suggest having a gloss or demi colour to restore your jet black shade.

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