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Christina asks:
I had balayage (between levels 8-10). I got bored with hair, decided to be an idiot and colour my hair this burgundy colour. But since my hair was so light, I decided to do brown first so it wouldnít turn out super purple. Well, my hair took it black. I did the burgundy colour over it anyways- it didnít show besides a little here and there. Now the colour is starting to fade to all these shades (dark brown here, light brown hair there, some blonde peaking through here and there). What can I do to get my hair back to a solid colour? Is it possible to get the balayage back?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Christina, Okay so I suggest you use a clarifying shampoo, leaving on for 15 minutes to help shift as much of the colour you have currently, rinse and repeat. Then you should be able to see exactly where you are with the colour, I think a balayage will be achievable but have a consultation to establish what a salon thinks best. As it maybe a two stage process to get the best results. Good luck x





Beck asks:
I have grown out my natural hair colour which looks dark dirty blonde/very light brown for 18 months which is currently to the tops/mid of my ears. Previous to growing out my natural hair I had blonde highlights full head, previous to that I had dark hair dye which didnít suit me as it was to dark/warm hence why my hairdresser gave me a full head of highlights to cover the bad hair colour job. My problem is that there is currently such a contrast in colour between my natural hair and the grown out blonde highlights, it looks like a ring going round my head. The blonde is also very yellow/orange and looks awful. My hair length is currently past my shoulders. What do you suggest disguise the grown out blonde highlights so it blends in with my natural hair colour?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Beck, How about a semi permanent colour of something like your natural colour to tone and blend the ends and roots and then use a colour conditioner at home to help it last longer and be more uniform? Thank you







Moutasim asks:
Hi, I was hoping you might help. As a male I have very unusual hair and Iím struggling to find anything to help style it. I would define my hair as thinning, frizzing, and wiry. My ethnic background is Arab. It might be easier if I send you a photo of my hair so you can see it for yourself. Can you recommend anything to help me control and style it? Presently the best thing I have come up with is using a good quality organic shampoo and conditioner and I then style my hair with castor oil. Strange I know. But for some reason I have found castor oil to be the most effective thing to help me style my hair as Iíd like to. Although it is not perfect and often gives my hair an overly greasy finish. Iím hoping to find something that works better than castor oil! Thank you.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Moutasim, May I suggest you use a moisture shampoo and conditioner and make sure you comb the conditioner through before rinsing. This will help smooth the cuticle and help make the hair look less frizzy. Then use some oil preferably almond in a treatment mask weekly, this will help the inner structure of your hair. Eat as much oily fish and plenty of vitamin D & E as eating a very balanced diet does help the hair. Maybe try a mini straightening iron they are so good so helping control the frizz and smoothing the hair, then use a light wax. Good luck





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