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Raksha asks:
So I have mid length hair and get haircuts once in one and a half months since my hair just splits so easily and gets damaged with heat very easily. So I recently tried a different hairstylist and she just cut it into too many short layers at the crown and then the rest of my hair just didnít have any layering done. So then I waited a month and went back to my trusted hairstylist. He said heíll try and even it out. He used a razor and maintained the same length and I just saw chunks of hair fall down to the floor and I just got so worried. It looks kind of flat now and I feel like my hair has become really thin ! Should I be worried about this?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Raksha Please try not to worry about the effects of the razor cutting, the hair will grow back and it sounded like you needed an extreme hair cut to sort out what the previous hairdresser had done! If you are worried about how your hair is being affected so dramactically with heat, try and use a heat protector before styling, make sure your hair is totally dry and also use tools with temperature control. Believe it or not we can get away with using less heated styling tools if we blowdry our hair more effectively, so that maybe an option too? Good luck

Paige asks:
I dyed my hair black about a 10 months ago and rested it 2 months, However, I want to dye it a medium blue within the next week or so, would I be able to do that or would I have to wait (baring in mind I donít mind if my hair gets damaged just as long as I get the colour outcome I want).

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw

Firstly Iím not sure what colour the roots are of your hair and they are going to be pretty large if you havenít coloured your hair in 10 months. Secondly you wont make artificial hair colour lighter with colour only bleach or decolourant so in order to get a medium blue you will need to lift out the black colour in your hair to around an orange colour. This will then need to be toned with a blue toner to make sure your Medium blue desired end result is a good long lasting one. ...More >

Then your desired Blue is to be applied, if your roots are natural colour and a dark blond you should be able to apply the blue all over and get a pretty good result. Good luck but feel free to come back for a more accurate formulation by supplying your root colour.

Laura asks:
I have medium/dark brown hair and recently got hidden highlights, they are too bright and I would like to dye them a light brown colour.
I read if you dye blonde highlights using brown dye, they will turn green.
Is this true?

Can you advice the best way to go about achieving medium/dark brown base with light brown highlights?
many thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Laura

No the highlights wonít turn green unless they are white heavy bleach, which they arenít. The best way to do what your after I think is to use colour conditioner, that way you have total control, the longer (max 15 mins) you leave the conditioner on the more colour it will deposit and longer it will last. You can change the tonal colour of your hair this way too in the summer and itís kind to the hair. There are so many great ones and lots of colour choice to choose from. ...More >

Hope that helps.

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