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Alma asks:
My natural hair colour is a dark ash blonde. After bleaching my hair and toning it for years to look like light ash blonde, I decided to spice things up and dye my hair professionally to a light auburn red. So, for 4 months, I would dye my hair anywhere from a light auburn red to a dark auburn red. Well, after damaging my hair for 4 months, I decided to stop dying my hair. Red hair colour is too much of a hassle to upkeep. The issue now is that I am unable to get rid of the red hair. I went to a hair salon and I was there for 4 hours. They stripped and toned my hair, but the red would not come out. Finally, they just dyed my hair a very dark ash brown, almost black. Well, I figured after washing my hair several times, the colour would lighten to a natural brown. NOPE! All that has happened so far is that the brown hair colour is slowly washing away, and the red is starting to come though again. Now, my hair is this awful copper, red, and dark brown. My roots are blonde, the middle of my hair is blonde, and the bottom is dark brown. How can I get rid of the red hair?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Alma

If I had a penny for everytime this was asked I would be rich! Red is as difficult to keep as it is to lose, the secret is to choose 3 colour stage goals and have as big a haircut as your brave enough to have! I find highlights best then manage the tone with colour shampoo and conditioners. ...More >

Good luck





Nithin asks:
I have a receding hairline and even dandruff problem too. Is using onion juice a good solution for both my issues?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Nithin

Iím afraid I donít think onion juice would help you, but maybe taking some supplements would help, certainly for the dandruff. Make sure you rinse your hair thoroughly after shampooing, and for your hairline supplement really can help, keep sugar in your diet to a minimum and massage the areas you are concerned, to try and improve the blood supply. ...More >

Good luck







Faith asks:
Hello my name is Faith and I live in Calgary Alberta Canada. Iíve been box dying my hair on and off for a while. Iíve decided to grow it out itís been around 6 months. The problem is that my hair is down to my belly button and itís going to take forever to grow out. My hair is so many different colours and it pulls red as well, so I have that kinda orangey colour in the middle that I hate and my ends are the darkest. I donít want to cut my hair short either. I just want my hair to be all one colour and that is my natural colour. Iím scared to go to a hair dresser and have them damage my hair or have to keep going back cause Iíve heard itís a process.I just want to know what you think is the best option for me, and maybe if you can explain the choices I have or what I should talk about when going to get my hair done with the hair dresser.

Thank you so much!!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Faith your hair sounds amazing see below my suggestions

- Get a consultation from a salon and find out what colour your hair is naturally ...More >

- Consider having a few inches off the bottom, mostly to remove the darkest of the colour

- Have a colour remover on the middle, lengths and ends of your hair to remove the majority remaining of the dark colour

- Then have an ash toner 2 shades lighter than the consultation suggested as your natural colour

- Have fine blonde highlights all the way through missing out the very top halo section of your hair This should mean you have a fairly natural even result as an all over colour broken up with very fine highlights that donít take to much commitment - maybe 1 x per year. You can just colour your roots or leave natural and manage unwanted tones whilst the colours do actually grow out with colour conditioners. It takes commitment but it will be worth it.

Good luck





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