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Charlotte Hayes asks:
Over the last year I have got my naturally auburn hair balayaged using caramels and ashy blondes just under the roots. Iíve done this twice becoming more blonde on the bottom. I now want to get a brown balayage done, to darken my hair. As I have very cool, pale skin what would you say the most dark I should go on my hair without causes me to look paler?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Charlotte

I am guessing that the caramels would be a level 7 base colour 1 being black - 10 being blonde so I suggest using base 6 which is dark blonde or sometimes called light brown with less ash blonde and if you like that drop the blonde and add some level 5 as well so then you have flexibility with the colour if you feel its too dark, I donít think you will.





Nicola Abbott asks:
I went to a salon 5 weeks ago and went from an awful box dye to a lovely bleached blonde, and then I moved to a new town and after showering a few times and using the shampoo recommended to me by the hairdresser, my hair has started to slowly turn green. I have stayed away from chlorine as I heard it can turn bleached hair green so I donít know why my hair is going a pale green colour. I am due to get the roots redone but Iím not sure if I am doing something wrong that is causing my hair to go green. How do I fix this, and how do I prevent this from happening again?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Nicola

I suggest using a clarifying shampoo and leaving it on a few minutes before rinsing that will help remove the green tinge, if you canít find a clarifying one use a high detergent base version. It could be a number of things including conditioner, styling products even straightening so try eliminating one at a time. But the shampoo will help if you use it every other shampoo.







Barbara asks:
Hi..

I have shoulder length thick curly hair..I have been dying hair black for some time.. was thinking changing too sliver grey tone..🤔 will it work?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Barbara

Yes it would work, I would suggest you ask a hairdresser to do a balayage technique of lightening then use a grey toner, this way its kinder to your hair and you will have a more even result. Moving forward donít colour the roots just keep highlighting the dark hair and using the grey toner. ...More >

Good luck





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