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Francesca asks:
Hi! So, Iíve been bleaching and dyeing my hair at home for as long as I can remember and Iíve never had this problem before. So whatís been happening is my roots and ends take bleach and colour perfectly but the shaft barely takes it! When I bleached it the roots and tips were about a level 9 but the shaft stayed at about a level 7. I was super frustrated so I just put the dye over it and the roots and tips took it but the shaft BARELY took any of the dye. What could I do to fix my hair?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Francesca
Can I suggest you use a deep clarifying shampoo to ensure you have no product, colour or mineral build up prevent the colour or bleach working. I think it would be a good idea to mix a new batch of bleach and re-apply to the mid lengths/shaft. Cover with a plastic cap and process as normal. I am sure that once the hair has had the deep cleanse you will get the result you are after. Thank you





Kris asks:
Hello, Iím in need of professional advice. I had dyed black hair which I twice bleached within 2 weeks. Afterwards, I used silver hair dye from Directions It catched awfully and left my hair looking even worse than with the bleached orange colour I had before.
I canít walk around like this and I honestly canít even bare look at myself in a mirror. I was wondering, if I can use within 2-3 days a new Directions colour-other shade without first bleaching it, or do I need to bleach it again? My hair is strong and even now after 2 times bleaching within 2 weeks, it is soft and not breaking. I just donít know what do to now. I always managed my hair myself and I was never this desperate to get rid of this disaster. Please help. Thank you

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Kris
Yes you can apply another colour, just remember whatever you apply will have the undertone of the Silver so better with blues, violets & cool shade colours, that way you are more likely to get a more accurate result. Please also use a porosity equalizer to make sure it doesnít keep grabbing in the same place and that you get an even colour result.







Farah asks:
There is a significant difference in texture in my hair as it is very frizzy at the top and very soft at the ends. It is naturally curly and nothing seems to tame it very well. Please can you give me your advice?

Hayley Gibson-ForbesAnswered By:
Hayley Gibson-Forbes
I would strongly recommend visiting a reputable hairdresser in your local area. You need to have a full consultation with a stylist who can look at your hair type and needs. It sounds like you need to try a prescriptive haircare range that will tend to your roots, without weighing down the rest of your hair. A good hairdresser will also be able to suggest a style that will suit your naturally curly hair.





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