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Olivia asks:
Iíve got short hair (normally dark brown) but Iíve been dying it with a permanent red for years but I now have a lot of white/grey hair and I really want to change the colour to white/grey trend that is currently in. My hairdresser has informed me that I can stripe the colour but will have to grow the remainder out before bleaching and then colouring to change to grey/white. Iím more than happy to do this but is there anything I can do in the íin-betweení stage so that it doesnít look awful - I thought perhaps of using a semi-permanent colour nearer the colour of my natural hair but would this cause a further delay to me getting my final colour.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Olivia

As your hair is short I would be inclined to either have a full head of highlights and then use a semi to give you an in between look or have the colour stripper, go a bit shorter and have the bleach and toner straight away. ...More >

Good luck

Taylor Baker asks:
So my hair is starting to feel like straw and I havenít done anything different. Still using the Sebastian penetrate and keeping heat off of it. My hair is just feeling really dry on the ends and extra tangly. I think it might be because I have been putting to much protein into it. I tried using the Paul Mitchell instant moisture, but it still feel really dry and almost worse. Do you recommend anything or have and suggestions.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Taylor

It could be that you have a product build up on your hair, I suggest you buy a deep cleanse or clarifying shampoo and do a few shampoos with that before then using a balancing shampoo that will be for normal hair containing equal parts of protein and moisture. Use a light weight conditioner and comb it through before rinsing as well as a spray in leave in detangler. This should sort it out and then go back to using the treatment monthly.

Samantha Carter asks:
I have long brown hair, and I have been colouring my own roots at home for many years now, every 7 weeks, as I have a lot of grey. I always target the roots only, avoiding the lengths, using a brush and bowl. I am due to have an ombre effect done next month at a hairdressers, just on the mid-length to ends, which I have wanted to do for many years. When I come to touch up my roots again, how do I stop the colour touching the ombre, is there something I can put on it to protect it from picking up the other colour and ruining the effect?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Samantha

As long as you only apply carefully to the roots as you have been doing you will be fine. When you shampoo the root colour out it will go over the ombre effect but any residue will shampoo away immediately. Good luck and I hope you love it.

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