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Holy Rajaonarivony asks:
Hello guys

I really need help with my frizzy, curly and dry hair, everything in one place and I really hate it. Iíve done Brazilian blow dry before, but I cannot remember what it really was, I did it 5 years ago to make my hair more manageable and straight. And now I donít find my hair is out of control Iím so tired of straightening. Please need help at once

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Holly

Sometimes we do such much to our hair that it does actually forget its natural look and the action you need to take is as follows - buy the best moisturising shampoo, moisturising conditioner, treatment masque, leave in conditioner and oil or serum you can afford, professional salon products are always better in my opinion as they contain a more concentrated amount of the ingredients needed. You must then have a trim at a salon and then 3 times per week shampoo, apply the treatment and cover with a plastic cap or bag and a warm towel if possible. Leave that on your hair for 20 mins., rinse and then apply conditioner, comb the conditioner through with a wide tooth comb before rinsing. Spray the leave in conditioner onto your hair and comb through again. 3 - 5 pumps of oil of serum also need to be applied and combed through. All the combing through is to evenly distribute the product so the affects of it are all over your hair. Leave your hair to dry naturally and try not to touch or brush it. Its very hard to be so strict with the regime at first but it will be worth it. After about 2/3 weeks your hair will start to recover its natural pattern of movement due to the fact its internal structure has received moisture and protein, then you can see how you feel about your natural hair and go from there. I always recommend you do a treatment weekly on your hair even when the condition is good. ...More >

Good luck and I am hopeful your hair comes back to life and you love it.





Rachel asks:
I have recently had my hair ombrť. When returning to a full head of foils light brown and blonde the crown of my head is very warm. I want to use a toner but donít know which one as it will be going on different shades or blonde and light brown? Is there anything I can use at home?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Rachel

The best I can suggest without seeing your hair is to use a base of a 7.1 or 7A. It should say dark blonde, only mix it with 10 mls of the developer it comes with and 20 mls of water then apply Ė it wonít lift your hair but it should just tone down the warmth. ...More >

Good luck







Helen asks:
Iíve been colouring my dark blonde hair now for around 3 years at home. I use a natural blonde castings colour - 801. Recently my natural hair has gotten darker and my roots have looked worse so I tried a darker shade - 700. It has come out completely hideous. Dark brown with greenish tones. Iím booked for a consultation with a hairdresser in a week but my question is really - is this salvageable? Will a professional be able to make this ok again? Iíd love to go back to a cool medium blonde - I donít mind paying - Can this be done or is my blonde hair lost forever?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Helen donít panic its salvageable!

My suggestion is to shampoo your hair as many times as possible before the consultation at the salon, leaving the shampoo on the hair for 5/10 mins before rinsing. This will help remove some of the residue colour that has grabbed on your blonde hair that was more porous in places. Again the greenish tones have happened because the base colour of the 700 is a neutral so itís looking a bit ash. I think the advice the hairdresser should offer is to have a full head of blonde foils and a treatment and then you should be okay to go back to colouring your roots yourself if not you may need one more lots of highlights. ...More >

Good luck





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