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Roxanne asks:
I used to have regular highlights, a whole head, for about 5 years, I then made a decision in going dark so had a colour put on it (Wella Koleston 5/77 + 44/65 - I think) in a professional salon, I then had a darker shade on top 4/77 only, this matched closest to my natural hair colour in order for it to grow out without any roots. I am now desperate to start having highlights again, is this possible with having so many colours in my hair? Or is there a safe way to remove the colour like a bleach bath? And then have highlights in? As I do not really want to wait for my hair to grow out!

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
As always, visit a professional salon and try to see the Colour Technician. It is not just the depth of your hair, or the colours that have previously been applied that need to be taken into account, but also your hairs condition. ...More >

As always most things are possible in the right hands and I see no reason why you should have to wait for your colour to grow out before thinking of highlights again.

Having a bleach bath? Or a colour remover is definitely a job for a true colour technician and only when they see your hair first hand will they be able to advise you correctly.

Zahra asks:
I have a side fringe but I always pin it back because it does not stay in one place, if you look at Celebs with fringes they is always stay put. I really want to keep mine out, but my side fringe goes all over the place what can I do to make it stay in the position I want it to? I have wet and blow dried it straight pinned it up but nothing seems to work.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
You might want to think about taking some weight out of your bangs and then try using some hair spray to keep it in place.

Emma asks:
I have very long dark mousy, ash, blonde hair. An oval face, pale peachy skin with a hint of red and light blue eyes with a touch of grey. I am having trouble finding a colour that suits me, with out washing me out, as my natural hair colour makes me look very tired. I want to go darker what colours would best suit me?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
You sound as if you know yourself well and just need that push. Well go for dark, I think it will look great on you - dark chestnut brown, I promise you that you will not look washed out with a colour like that.

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