|Keely asks: |
I dyed my hair about a month ago with a semi-permanent blue. I faded the blue out as much as I could before I put a red/auburn colour over before I dyed it a dark brown. The colour looked really nice and there was no green whatsoever. But now the brown has started fading the blue/green is now coming out which makes my hair a very dark green colour. I have tried to íKetchup hackí on my hair but it didnít do anything at all. I just want my hair a nice dark brown and for that blue/green to be gone forever! Can you advise on what to do please?
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Hi Keely, you need to apply a warm/goldenĖauburn brown and the red orange tones will neutralise the blue green tone you currently have. Hope this helps!
|James asks: |
Hi, I have a problem with my hair, I canít make a hairstyle with any kind of product. My hair does not grow down to the head but from the head. For example, I have to gel my hair on the side to look okay, otherwise it will look like the bush. Also hair on top isnít easy to style because itís thick and it looks like a bush when I dry it. Have you any kind of suggestion how I can easily style it, for now Iím using water and kleber.
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Hi James, The first thing that needs to be considered is that you are using the correct shampoo and conditioner, to control the thick frizzy hair. You need to use a moisturising shampoo and conditioner and leave the conditioner on before combing through and rinsing, this will give your dehydrated hair a much needed moisturise and make it easier to control. I also suggest that perhaps mixing a small amount of serum with gel may work as it will help control and moisturise at the same time. I also suggest you go to a local salon and have a consultation and have a new style as they will be able to advise you on styling techniques. I hope this helps.
|Lena asks: |
I am 27 year old female with genetically thin and thinning hair. What haircut can I pull off, aside from a long layered bob, which all stylists seem to want to give me? I would like something fun and edgy. My hair is very straight.
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A layered bob does nothing for fine hair Ė in fact, cutting into the weight of the hair can often leave it looking thinner Ė so Iím surprised that so many stylists have recommended this style. Instead, a bob with a blunt razor sharp edge that sits an inch below your jawline would appear far denser. As a general rule, the thinner the hair, the shorter and blunter the bob should be cut. A blunt, single length bob is also far more edgy and stylish than a layered one; so many celebrities are wearing their hair in this style too. If youíre intent on steering away from a bob though, a long pixie cut can add density and fullness to thin hair, plus itís a fun style that can be adapted to suit your face shape. If you prefer a softer, more feminine looking pixie cut, keep the hair around the hairline and ears longer. If you prefer a longer look then perhaps consider trying out extensions? A professional hairdresser who is experienced in extensions, or a hair loss specialist, such as the Northern Hair Loss Clinic will be able to advise on which type of extensions can give your hair extra volume and density, as well as length, but without weighing down your naturally fine locks.
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