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Sophie asks:
I had bleach blonde hair base 9, I think and I put a light brown box dye on it, it’s now got a tinge of green what do I do?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Sophie, re apply the same colour but a version with .3 or that says golden after the colour name. The warm tones will neutralise the ash (green) tinge. It has happened because if you want to go more than 2 shades darker you need to pre pigment with the natural under lying tone of the desired result, to help to a true colour.





Hayleigh asks:
So yesterday the hairdresser bleached my hair and then used joico’s titanium dye to try to achieve a grey look. I was horrified at what I saw, a dark blue look. So he rebleached my hair except my hair turned an orange/pink. The next day he tried to rebleach my roots which led to chemical burns and crying. This made my roots a lighter orange yet they’re still bright orange. He then tried to dye it blonde which did nothing. I have an appointment in two days to get my roots toned with a blue toner.. will this work?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Hayleigh, The theory of the blue colour should have worked, and maybe a bleach bath would have worked to remove enough of the heavy deposit and leave you with the blue grey you were after. This type of colour change is nearly always a challenge!!! I am confident that you will get the result you want, please take care of your scalp with some almond oil and vitamin e also invest in some colour deposit conditioner as this will really help make the toner last longer. Good luck







Seema asks:
I have done smoothing on my hair last week but i am not happy with the results. I would like to know if the heat pressing should be done after applying the neutralizer or before in the smoothing process? Please help me to answer this question.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Seema, All systems are different but usually the smoothing happens with the first chemicals, then the hair is rinsed and neutralized. The hair is then blow dried and heat used to smooth again and the hair must then not be wet for 48 hours to allow the cuticle to harden. This isn’t the same for all systems but the ones I am most familiar with, I hope it helps.





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