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Alyssa asks:
I coloured my hair at home; I had to use 2 bleach 2 blonde 2 red because my hair is thick and long. It turned out PINK! Iíd like to know what to do! I hate it! Itís terrible!! Can I just redye my hair? Or is it going to fall out?! Help!! Also, is there anything that will repair my damaged hair?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Alyssa, The bleach lifted your hair and so red went onto a much lighter base colour hence it being pink. You can re apply 2 x red colour over the pop of the pink and then do a treatment mask and you should have the desired red and soft conditioned hair. Hope that helps





Amandeep asks:
What can I do to get smooth hair? except rebounding and smoothing, because if I have this treatment I worry that there is a problem that I will never be able to curl my hair. Also I cannot wear a bun or other hairstyles, because my hair is really rough.

Damien CarneyAnswered By:
Damien Carney
There are temporary ways of smoothing the hair - e.g. blow drying. Condition it vital choosing the right smoothing shampoo, conditioner and styling. These products can smooth and help by adding moisture to the hair. But this is only temporary.

Rebounding and smoothing.
These are chemicals that help to control unruly, frizzy hair and are often a great solution to creating smooth hair. The treatments can vary from loosing the natural texture and or curl all the ways to the hair looking pretty straight. Keep in mind that the more you straighten and defy your natural texture the more up keep it will take to maintain as your natural curly, unruly hair will grow through ( re growth) I would recommend the mild version of the smoothing system to see how you like it. That would also retain some of your natural curl, with out it being unruly.







Malkah asks:
I got a haircut just yesterday and as soon as I left the chair all I could think was how much I hated it. Once I walked outside the salon I said it multiple times. I even cried because of how awful it is. My hair is mainly the only thing I really like because I can do what I want and now I refuse to even take off my hat. I had a reference picture which showed at least the length of the top I wanted, and I requested for a fade on the sides, because Iíve always had a pixie, the person cut it too short on top so if I wanted to put it forward it only reaches mid forehead instead of my brows. Then the sides were all the same and didnít look right. I absolutely hate this hair and I donít know if I can even go back to that place again because that was my third time there and a previous time they cut my hair too short and it was a different person. I donít know what to do.

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
Hi Malkah, It is always upsetting to have a haircut that you arenít happy with. I recommend that you start fresh and find a new salon. Your hair will grow back so let it grow for as long as possible to give your new stylist length to work with. Do some research and come up with as many images of the style you want so you can to give the stylist plenty of information.
If you are recommended to someone organise a consultation, that will be free, so that you can meet the hairdresser and talk through your worries. I would add that you need to be calm when talking to the new stylist as you could scare them off if you are showing that you could be a difficult client because of your previous experiences. Take a breath and be positive. Iím sure the right person is out there that ďgets you!Ē Communication is everything. Good luck





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