|Katie asks: |
I have naturally mousy brown hair, but for about three years Iíve had a golden blonde balayage, and was happy with it. However, at my last couple of hair appointments I was less satisfied with more blonde being applied each time.
Iím due to get married in July, so at my most recent appointment last week I asked my hairdresser to take me back closer to my natural colour and less blonde. I now have mid-brown hair, darker than my natural colour, with only 6 months until my wedding. In addition itís started to take on a greenish tinge where the ash tone is coming through the brown. Iím returning to the salon for a toner, but in the long term I want to get back to mousy brown with subtle lighter tones to give my natural colour some depth and warmth. Will this now be possible within the time frame in time for my wedding in 6 months or is it unrealistic to expect I can get my hair lighter again? Thanks
|Answered By: |
Hi Katie, donít panic, the brown will fade. I suggest to speed things up you use a clarifying shampoo, this will remove the greenish tinge as well as lift the depth of the brown. I would then have some very fine highlights in a month or two and evaluate at that point. Focus on keeping your hair in amazing condition so that you have beautiful, shiny hair of the colour you want.
Good luck with the wedding x
|Ljubica asks: |
Hi, Iím 18 and my natural hair colour is dark blonde with greyish undertones. However, about a year ago I tried colouring my hair in order to make it lighter blonde but it turned out quite yellow. I didnít use bleach though. After that, I havenít changed my hair and itís now 1/3 natural colour and the rest is still yellowish. Iím having prom this year so I want to fix it because currently it doesnít really look good. I wanted to do like an ombre something, but a hair stylist I consulted said it wouldnít turn out good because the base of the girl in the picture I showed her was brown, and my base would be yellow. I donít know what to do now to make my hair look good again. Please help!
|Answered By: |
Hi Ljubica, how about having a toner on the ends that are yellow? Or have lots of highlights so that you have an overall lighter look, you should also invest in some violet conditioner as that will help neutralise the yellow unwanted tones too. Good luck and hope you love the prom!
|Jaime asks: |
I have been dying my hair dark for 11 years (between my age of 13-24 years), because my aunt said my natural light blonde hair made me look ill. Iím tired of having to manage my dark hair I want my natural hair back. What would it take to go back to my natural blonde hair or could my hair ever go back to its natural colour again?
|Answered By: |
Hi Jaime, I think you may find your hair is darker now than it would have been back then. I would have some highlights to start the lightening process. The highlights will help break up the dark so that you can let your natural colour grow back in. Good luck
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