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Olivia Gourlay asks:
Can Bobby pins be cleaned. My Bobby pins have never been on the floor or anywhere dirty. The only thing dirty theyíve been in contact with is a brush that my dog touched. Are my Bobby pins cleanable or do I have to throw them out

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Olivia

Warm soapy water is perfect to clean your bobby pins, and then just towel dry them.





Juli Street asks:
I am 52. I have a small head which is slightly flatter at the back. I have a long thin face. I have very fine hair and not much of it. I can get some volume in it for a while but then it just goes flat after about an hour, even with ídustí Iíve had bobs and pixie cuts (look like I have a bowl cut) but they always just go flat and my hair is so fine I canít get definition! Any ideas on styles that would suit me? Help!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Juli

You have tried the styles I would suggest that would suit your face shape and hair type best iím afraid! Have you tried professional shampoo and protein leave in conditioner? There is so much we can do regarding diet supplements and shampoo to improve the density and texture of our hair, take a look at the above document and hopefully there are some things that you can try that will really help. ...More >

Good luck







Lizelle asks:
Good day. About 6-7 weeks ago I coloured my hair black for an event and Iím naturally blonde. My hair grows about 1,5cm (+-1inch) a month, so as can think my roots are looking disgusting. I donít want to keep my hair black, Iíd like to be blonde again. I donít have the finances to go to a salon. Do you perhaps have any advice on home remedies I can try? Or any cheaper way of doing it?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Wow Lizelle

Must have been some event! The positive news is as you have only done it once and straight over the top of blonde hair it is actually easier to remove. The couple of options that you have are Ė buy a decolourant and follow the instructions exactly there are some great ones available on the market, but you must follow the instructions. Other option is to add some bleach powder, peroxide20 vol (6%) and washing up liquid, apply to wet hair massage and comb through and keep combing for 20 mins, shampoo, rinse and repeat if needed. This may not get you blonde but it will make the hair much lighter and the colour will continue to fade. ...More >

Hope this helps?





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