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Laura asks:
I recently dyed my hair with bleach and colour and while I am not allergic to the products used it has left me with terrible dandruff and a very itchy scalp. I have used anti dandruff shampoo which not only stripped the hair colour but it burned me as my scalp is not sensitive and when using non sulphate colour shampoo it had no effect on the dandruff. I am out of ideas and just want to find a shampoo that can help with my dandruff issue while not destroying my colour, any help?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Laura

May I suggest you use something like Almond oil, warmed whilst in the bottle. Massage it in to your scalp and leave overnight if possible, use an old pillowcase so as not to ruin it. This will re moisturize as well as hopefully soothe and calm the scalp. I donít think you have dandruff just a very dry flaky scalp most likely caused by the colours active ingredients and then the high PH of the dandruff shampoo. So try a shampoo for sensitive scalp and colour protectors there are lots to choose from in professional salons as well as on the high street. This will re balance the natural PH of your scalp and wonít strip the scalp or colour. ...More >

Hope this helps





Ajay asks:
hey I am 25 year male .. I have thin hair and receding hairline can you tell me what hairstyle should I do? what type haircut .. how long from sides and back so it will look nice

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Ajay

I think it would be best for you to go to a salon for a free consultation. ...More >

The stylist will be able to talk you through all the looks that would work for you as well as advise on the correct products to use.







Mida asks:
Hello! I have dyed my hair black since I was 18 and now Iím 24. Now I am trying to give any shade to my hair and they looks between black and brown black. I would like a graphite shade without using colour remover and Iím thinking by mixing brown black and dark grey but not sure if itís a correct mix. Can you give me any advise please?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Mida

If I was you I would shampoo your hair with high detergent shampoo leave it on for 15 mins rinse and repeat, this will remove some colour build up and encourage the black to fade. Or have a few highlights so that the graphite is more visable. You donít say what colour your natural hair colour is but unless your blonde I would just use one of the great permanent Graphite colour available on the roots and semi permanent graphite on the ends. If you are blonde apply a light brown base to the roots and use then semi permanent graphite all over. ...More >

Hope this makes sense





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