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Maria asks:
Recently had highlights in my hair and ever since every time I wash my hair it smells like rotten eggs. I think the hairdresser might have burnt the ends of my hair while doing this. Is there anyway I can stop it from happening or is a cut the best thing to do! Thank you in advance

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Maria, This is a very unusual one, which I havenít heard before! Perhaps try changing your shampoo and leave on for a few minutes before rinsing, this might help remove the smell. I donít think your hair has been burnt I think perhaps itís a chemical smell from perhaps a toner your hairdresser may of used. Good luck





Hanna asks:
My hair is naturally an ashy brown but the sun lightens my hair a lot and it was more blonde before I dyed it about 3 months ago. I dyed it just about the same colour as my natural hair, because I didnít like the blonde. Well now my hair is basically orange and my roots are coming in brown again and itís just not good. I donít want to dye it again because summer is coming up and I want the sun to do its thing with my hair now. But how do I go about getting rid of the orange? I realise now it probably got this way because Iíve been using a clarifying shampoo ever since I dyed my hair. I didnít think about it. I donít want to damage my hair with a colour remover either but Iíve heard about adding Dawn dish soap to my shampoo to take the colour out. I donít know what to do so I wanted to talk to a professional. Thank you.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Hannah, I suggest you use a violet shampoo and conditioner to neutralise the unwanted warm tones and then as you say let the sun do its thing. The clarifying shampoo is stripping the artificial colour from your hair and exposing the unwanted warm orange underlying tones, but the combination of the above and sunshine will sort it.







Ashlee asks:
I have natural dark brown hair. As of now I have balayge with blonde. My hair is damaged from the blonde. I definitely want to go back dark. The thing is I would prefer to go black to give myself more of an exotic look. But I donít know if I should just go back to my natural hair colour of dark brown and get a hair cut as well. I really want my hair back to being healthy, thick and silky. What do you think? Do you think dying my hair black, Iím still able to get back my healthy, silky, thick hair?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Ashlee, I think you should have a hair cut to get your hair back into great condition. If you want to colour your hair dark brown or black you will need to apply something called a pre pigment formula to the blonde hair first, otherwise the brown or black will fade to greenish. A deep auburn is what will be required on the blonde to prevent the colour fade. Good luck





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