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Jade asks:
Iíve recently had my hair dyed ash blonde with darker roots using milkshake products 7.1 and 10.1 but the root is really dark and i hate it, iím used to having light blonde hair and i want to go back, what is the best method to lighten the roots and will putting John Frieda precision foam 10n (my usual colour) cover it?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Jade, have a few baby lights through the root area and then use a 9.1 in future on you root area, good luck x

Pamela walters asks:
Could you please help. I have very fine baby hair. After I have washed and dried my hair, itís ok for about 5 minutes and then it looks like candy floss. Itís driving me mad, I have tried so many hair products but has not made any difference. Itís quite upsetting as my hair looks so untidy all the while. Can you suggest anything?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Pamela

Shampoo and your drying technique are the most important things to focus on. ...More >

So make sure you are using the best professional protein shampoo for fine hair as well as a spray on leave in conditioner. Then apply a small amount of blowdry volumisng lotion as well as a tiny drop of your favourite oil or serum comb the product through before you start to dry your hair. Section your hair starting at the nape and use your dryer on medium heat and medium speed. Dry each section and let the hair cool down before finishing styling.

If your hair dries naturally whilst your drying the sections, damp it again with the leave in conditioner. itís important to know that the shape you create between your hair being wet and dry is more likely to last. Heat creates shape cool fixes it.

Good luck I really hope this helps x

Chris asks:
I try to push my hair back at the front, like a comb type over effect. Although my hair is fairly short (a couple of inches), it always seems to just flop straight back down on one side. Iíve tried many products including many Matt clays, puttys and fibre pastes, combined with hair spray, and none seem to work. I have got quite straight hair which naturally falls forward. It very occasionally stays back but canít seem to work out why this doesnít happen every time. Thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Chris apply some gel to your hair when its wet and try and blow-dry the hair in the direction you want it to go once its dry, re apply a small amount the gel and dry again. Then fix with hair spray. This should do it, hair is much more flexible to new shapes when its wet, it may also be helpful to grow your hair a little bit longer.

Good luck x

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