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malak asks:
Hello, i am a 15 year old girl and i want to talk about the thickness of my hair. All my life my hair has been extremely thick and beautiful and I made the stupid mistake of bleaching then dying (which turned my hair into an unwanted colour); then finally putting henna on it which fixed the colour. However, after this process my hair is completely damaged and almost half of how my hair was before. My question is when my hair starts to grow again will it have the same thickness as I always had all my life or will my hair continue to be thin? Thank you

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Malak, Please try not to worry, your hair will recover. I suggest you get a haircut sooner rather than later rather than possibly allowing the damage to continue. Try your best to get into a great hair care regime of using professional shampoo and conditioner which you must comb through before rinsing and a treatment mask weekly for around 20 minutes. This way as your hair grows and thickens up it will be in amazing condition. Good luck





Joanne k asks:
I have been dying my hair permanent black for years and then I decided last year to try ombre, so I had it pre-lightened. Only parts of my hair worked and the top half didnít take to it at all. Anyway my hair ended up being a horrible orange colour on the bottom which looked awful with my black roots, so 1 week later I put the permanent black back over it. Since, it has become weak and I find Iím always losing a lot of hair and itís not as thick as it used to be. It especially feels a lot thinner on one side. Can you tell me why this could have happened and will it ever go back to normal again?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Joanne, Iím sure the product took unevenly due to the length of time you have been colouring your hair black and overlap of colour in certain areas. Iím surprised the salon didnít offer to tone it for you? I suspect that perhaps the bleach was mixed with 40 vol developer and that is what has caused the hair to deteriorate, you must apply a protein treatment as well as add a treatment mask into to your regular hair care regime and perhaps have a little trim and you should find it recovers quickly. Thank you







Ruth asks:
Hi - I am looking for expert advice on what cut and colour I should have. The reason I am here is because Iíve asked a lot of hairdressers in real life and they tell íitís personal preferenceí. I am terrible at knowing what suits me so I really need help! I have an oval/pear face with big cheekbones but also a wide lower jaw and large chin. Iím looking for something that highlights the cheekbones but doesnít make my wide jaw look bigger. My hair is also very very thin. I am pale skinned with brown eyes. My natural colour is light ash brown/darkest ash blonde, I have brown eyes but my eyebrows are almost black. What colour should I go? I love dark hair but think it might be too much for my colouring?? Help!!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Ruth, Firstly I would have some blonde highlights a cool blonde, this way the will add dimension to you hair, make you natural colour appear darker which in turn will compliment your brows, skin tone and eye colour. If the highlights are bleach they will also help the hair feel thicker and fuller. ...More >

Secondly the cut, having the sides of your hair shorter and a side fringe will show off your cheek bones and a soft layered/textured edge around jaw length or slightly longer will soften your chin.

See above, you can of course opt for longer and shorter version of the above style, but it sounds perfect for you. Good luck, have courage and go for it!





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