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Brittney asks:
Why wonít pastels (fashion colours) take in my hair? I am currently a level 9 bleached blonde. I have tried semi-permanent and demi-permanent professional colour and nothing seems to hold to my hair. I want to go either a pastel peach or a light lavender, but Iím not sure what product and ratio to use because nothing had worked thus far.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Brittney, Sometimes a build up of styling products, minerals and old colour can prevent colour from taking properly and lasting. I suggest you use a deep cleanse shampoo, leave on for 5 minutes, rinse and repeat. Apply the colour of choice to clean dry hair and make sure its thoroughly saturated. Process for 10 minutes longer than suggested. Rinse and shampoo with a colour safe shampoo and you should be fine. Make sure moving forward you always use colour safe shampoo and try a colour conditioner as that will help maintain the colour. Good luck





Hanna asks:
Hi, Two months ago I dyed my natural honey blonde hair to a semi-permanent chocolate brown colour. I was not content with how it looked on me, so I decided to use the Colour B4 once, followed by a permanent platinum blonde (not my best idea, since it just got dark again) and yet another Colour B4 treatment. After that I tried to dye it with a light ashy blonde, to remove the brassiness after my second treatment with the Colour B4, and the brasiness disappeared, but it was still pretty dark. Then I used the Colour B4 for the third and last time, now achieving much lighter hair, but with brassiness. I am now using the silver shampoo from Fudge and have got rid of some of the brassiness, but not everything. I would like to return to something similar to what I used to have, but I am not sure on how to get it. Do you have any tips on what I should do? Kind regards, Hanna

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Hanna, I would suggest firstly that you use a deep clarifying shampoo to remove the chemical, colour residue and build up. Rinse and repeat this a couple of times. I would then try using a colour 2 shades lighter than your desired result with just 10 volume /3% developer with an ash base. Apply to clean dry hair and add 10 minutes to the processing time. Make sure you use a treatment mask weekly to maintain the condition of your hair. Good luck







shruti asks:
I donít have silky hair and my face is also not long, can I go for full fringe in any style?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Shruti, Yes I think you can have a full fringe, just donít have it too short until you have got used to it. Thank you





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