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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.





Sally asks:
I used to have naturally curly hair which has now gone pretty dry and frizzy with age; probably years of colouring donít help (to hide the grey.) I love it when itís straight but I canít do it properly myself - the frizz gets in the way and it doesnít seem healthy to keep getting it done at the salon or use straightening irons. Could a Brazilian blowout be the solution or might that do more harm than good? I need to do something - I really hate my hair right now and it ages me a lot! Thanks, Sally

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Sally

A brazilian blow out will help as it makes it so much easier to blowdry yourself. But using really moisturisng shampoo, conditioner and treatments as well as a smoothing lotion will help so much too and also mean you could go longer between blow out treatments. ...More >

Good luck







Becky asks:
Iíve dyed my hair dark brown for the past year but my natural hair is a light mouse brown. Would I be able to get an ombrť hair colour without stripping my hair or is there anything else I can try????

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Becky

You wouldnít need to strip the dark brown colour but you would need your hair pre lightened in order to achieve an Ombre look as your canít make artificial colour lighter without bleach or a relative of bleach. As you have a natural root it may be better to opt of a balayage effect as that will help blend the roots? ...More >

Good luck





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