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Kara asks:
I am only 14 and I had my hair died professionally a red with blonde highlights in it. I then decided that I wanted to go one shade lighter than my natural colour so then the roots would not look so bad when they grew out. When I had it dyed the lighter brown, the red showed through. I now want to dye it blonde but I am afraid my red will still show through and the roots will look bad! My natural hair color is a medium brown and it is dull. Please help me!

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
The best thing you need to do is visit your hairdresser again and ask for a consultation. If you attempt to bleach it blonde then the red will turn a different colour to the rest of your hair. To enable an even colour effect, your hairdresser will be able to strip the colour from hair and then start again on the colour front but I would seriously advice against doing it yourself. If money is an issue, see if they ever need models.

Alejandra asks:
How do you do a uniform basic haircut I keep getting points taking off when I go to state board

Michelle GriffinAnswered By:
Michelle Griffin
Michelle says,
’I presume you are referring to a basic layering technique? This is a trade question for an NVQ Level 2 and it is something that should be shown a to you by a lecturer during training sessions. If you look this up in your NVQ 2 training book it will explain in theory but it is something that needs to be shown to you!’

Jane asks:
Everytime I have my hair highlighted within a couple of weeks it starts to go green, this has been happening since May 05, I have tried different hairdressers whom never seem to know the answer why this is happening. I don’t go swimming and I use Redken products but my hair is very dry and badly damaged. Please could you suggest any answers as to why this is happening

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
Richard says
This is a very unusual occurrence - normally I would say visit a different hairdresser for a second opinion but you’ve already done this! There must be some chemical conflict with some old bleach that you have in your hair that keeps reacting to the new highlights. It may be that you will need to decide to give your hair a break from highlighting and start to have dark colours added until the blonde has grown out.
Another suggestion is to use blonde hair extensions as these won’t change colour

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