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Sayine asks:
Iím 24 years girl. My hair texture is dry and rough therefore I canít do any hair style for my hair. It gets rough within few hours after combing. So Iím planning to relax my hair. Is is good? Is there any side effects? What should I consider before relaxing?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Sayine, Have you tried a professional moisturising shampoo, conditioner and mask? They really do help moisturize the hair and that means it will be calmer and softer so easier to manage. Add a little almond oil to you scalp and sleep over night with it in and then shampoo out. When you use the mask cover you hair with a shower cap so then some heat from your scalp will help make the mask more effective. You will be incredibly surprised and excited at how different your hair will be, from having a great strict hair care routine. Also take a supplement for your skin, hair and nails as you may lack some essential oils that your hair needs. Try this for 6 Ė 8 weeks before relaxing your hair because relaxing does work but you still have to have a maintenance routine to look after the hair. Good luck

Emilia asks:
I have dark brown hair, which has strong golden and red undertones. The problem I have is that the red undertones only show in the sunlight. I was wondering if there is any treatment, or shampoo, or anything that could be done to maybe activate the red highlights and reddish quality to my hair.

Hayley Gibson-ForbesAnswered By:
Hayley Gibson-Forbes
I would recommend that you visit a hairdresser in your area that stocks Goldwell. Its new @Pure Pigments range is the perfect choice to achieve the look that you want. It is available in Pure Red and will give your hair amazing colour, 63% more shine, as well as counteracting any unwanted tones.

Lorna asks:
I have had my hair coloured platinum blonde at the hairdresser twice within the last 6 weeks. She used a 30% lift. My roots come through very quickly and at £87 a time I just canít afford the maintenance. If I put a home dye of light ash blonde will it be ok? I am scared if it goes orange or green. I canít afford another trip to the hairdressers. Is there any brand or colour you could recommend ? Thanks so much

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Lorna, Iím not sure if you have had bleach or high lift tint; Iím am guessing bleach? If you put a lightest ash blonde on your roots it will probably be warmer than the result you currently have but be okay. Donít take the colour through to the ends though as they maybe porous and then you will get a very ash result on the ends. Just use blonding shampoo and conditioner to maintain, tone and blend! GOOD LUCK

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