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Marie asks:
I have been having my brown hair highlighted with fine blonde streaks for about a year, but on the last salon visit they put in thick highlights and had to recolour with brown to thin them out. Now my hair is very dry and feels rough when wet. I have an appointment for a cut but do not know whether to let them recolour. It was done in late October and I have been putting it off since.

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
Well the best advice that I could give you is when you go back to the salon perhaps get them to do a strand test this would tell you if its condition is suitable. Also you should be treating your hair with a good conditioner or treatment. I can suggest a good one which is J.F. Lazartigue moisturizing mask. However if the colour is right now perhaps your hairdresser should only touch up the roots

Barbara asks:
I have dyed my hair blonde for many years now using a branded home colour. One day I decided to go too a top hairdressers and have my roots/regrowth done there. After paying over 100 pounds my hair looked like it had been bleached at the top but darker everywhere else. As my hair has grown this thick band of lighter colour keeps moving down my hair. How can I keep my hair blonde but ensure that it is all one colour? I am scared of applying my home colour to this band incase it goes even lighter.

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
Oh dear, I am afraid that you will really need to return to the hairdressers to sort this problem as it will mean that your hair will be lighter in areas if you just apply a colour all over. It is not something I would advise you try to do at home. It is frustrating but in the long run the best way. The salon will have to apply a full head of colour but blend into the un-even areas. You should visit a salon for a consultation and ask them how they would achieve an all over colour.

Shiny asks:
I have wavy hair up to the neck level, I cut my hair with 2 layers, only at the back usually. My hair is so thick, now I would like to cut shorter layers at the front. But I wonder if my hair will become so puffy and frizzy. What hair cut should I do?

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
Layers are best left to the professionals as they can really transform a style. Layers are like an optical illusion and are a fantastic way to give hair instant body and volume. They are really versatile and can be used to varying effect, so in order to gain dramatic volume cut the layers shorter around the crown or for a more graduated and subtly volume lift go for longer layers. Just remember that the front of the hair is more noticeable so if you cut it wrong, it is harder to hide!

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