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malak asks:
Hello, i am a 15 year old girl and i want to talk about the thickness of my hair. All my life my hair has been extremely thick and beautiful and I made the stupid mistake of bleaching then dying (which turned my hair into an unwanted colour); then finally putting henna on it which fixed the colour. However, after this process my hair is completely damaged and almost half of how my hair was before. My question is when my hair starts to grow again will it have the same thickness as I always had all my life or will my hair continue to be thin? Thank you

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Malak, Please try not to worry, your hair will recover. I suggest you get a haircut sooner rather than later rather than possibly allowing the damage to continue. Try your best to get into a great hair care regime of using professional shampoo and conditioner which you must comb through before rinsing and a treatment mask weekly for around 20 minutes. This way as your hair grows and thickens up it will be in amazing condition. Good luck





Shaylacayne asks:
I boxed dyed my hair blonde and itís turned out patchy not horrific but it just doesnít look like nice. What would a hairdresser be doing to my hair to fix.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Shaylacayne, I think a hairdresser will perhaps make your hair darker with one colour all over or perhaps strip the colour out and then you can go lighter perhaps with some baby lights? Either option you do need to have a good hair care regime in place to keep your hair in good condition. Go and have a few free consultations at salons to see what your options are. Good luck







Sacha Ann asks:
Hi, I have chemically straightened black hair and I really wish for ice blue hair. Is there anything that I can do without damaging my hair? Thanks Sacha

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Sacha, In order to achieve ice blue you will need to have your hair bleached, this can be done carefully whilst treating the hair with protein treatments during the lightening process. To get the blue the colour will need to be lifted to a very light base, so more than one application of bleach maybe required. Blue is also one of the hardest colours to keep so it maybe an idea to have a blue conditioner as a back up for maintaining the tone. Go to a salon for a consultation on this to make sure your hair is in good enough condition to have this process without causing damage. Thanks and good luck





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