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Jovana asks:
I have ordered Líoreal INOA 6.23 hair dye, but it didnít include oxidant as they sell them for professional use. I was wondering, can I use any other 6% oxidant (for hair dye without ammonia) or it has to be the same to achieve equal hair colour? Some hairdressers say that this colour is only for roots, so I am wondering if I actually spent my money for nothing. Thank you.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Jovana, It is always best to use the recommended oxidant to ensure the best colour result. In my experience other brands of developer are used and good results are achieved but if there was a concern with your colour you would not be able to pursue as you hadnít followed the manufacturers instructions. Hope this helps you





Maria asks:
Hi, so last April I got my hair permanently curled but only 3/4 of it and now it has grown down to boob length and is only half curled. I want straight hair again so I was thinking of cutting the curls off but I feel like that would give a bit too short hair since I wear a ponytail every single day. Any advice for how to cut my hair or if I should wait cause Iím fine with shorter hair but it needs to be able to be in a ponytail?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Maria, How about having a couple of inches off and having layers as then you should be able to blow dry your hair straight? THANK YOU







Charlotte asks:
Hi! I have naturally very light blonde hair which is mid back length. I recently decided it would be a good idea to dye it mahogony and regret it dreadfully. I went to a very well established salon and they did a lovely job but it just doesnít suit my pale skin tone at all. They did not use any bleach or lightening product as it was very light to begin with and it is still in good condition. Is there any way of lifting the dark dye from my hair at home quickly without it going orange? I donít think I can afford multiple trips to a salon. Thank you for your help! Charlotte

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Charlotte, What a shame you donít love the new colour. You could try a de colourant which would lift out the artificial colour and leave you with a much lighter base or you could try having a full head of very fine highlights. The highlights would have to be bleach but as your hair is in could condition it will be a safe option condition wise. If you also if you use a clarifying shampoo it will help remove the old colour. Just make sure you look after your hair best you can by using treatments weekly. Good luck





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