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Amy asks:
What is the best way to make sure your hair doesn't break during highlights? Should I do a deep protein mask before? I am so scared because it broke last year. Is there any way I can ask my stylist to use a gentler bleach/dye? Is double process so damaging and if not which way should they do it. Highlight before or after the colour...each salon has done it differently

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I think if your hair broke off when doing last year you might want to rethink who is going to do the colour this time. It should never have broken off the way you’re describing it, but they should be able to do the colour and highlights at the same time.





Sam asks:
I naturally have ash blonde hair and for a couple of years I've dyed it black but I want to go back to blonde without waiting for the dye to grow out because the regrowth look’s really bad. Is there a way I could do it at home because I don't really want to spend heaps of money for a hairdresser to do it?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
I think you are being unrealistic if you believe that you could reverse your hair colour at home with a home kit from black to blonde.

If you want a truly professional look and your hair to remain healthy then I think you could explore any of the following options: ...More >

Make an appointment with a reputable colour technician to help you achieve this. You could wear a short hair style and all the new growth would be blonde and healthy. Try a nice wig. Try using hair extensions so as to give the appearance of highlights whilst your hair is growing

I don’t know how long your hair is at present, but if you try to avoid getting it corrected professionally, it could end up costing you a lot more money in the long run. Go see a colour technician for advice, it won’t cost you anything until you agree to have something done to it.

Hope it all works out







Emma asks:
I have really fine straight hair which I am bored with I try curling it with tongs irons everything and it never holds I am thinking about getting some sort of perm I really want to achieve loose waves I am not sure whether this can be achieved through perms?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
I do not think you would achieve the result that you want with the perm. Try using a volumising lotion before you dry your hair like Hair Volume Lotion by J F Lazartigue After drying try curling your hair with the straighteners, take approximately an square inch of hair, clip it with the irons and twist 180 degrees then gently slide the irons down slowly so you will create a strong curl, do not worry if its a bit to curly to start with as it would soften through the day. Alternatively after you done this you can pin your hair with Velcro rollers upwards, until its cool and then gently take them out, do not worry if your hair, again, is too curly as it would become softer, sometimes the lasting of curls in your hair could depend of the length and hair cut of it, try a few layers.





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