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Lynne asks:
I have naturally dark brown hair - with red undertones a real problem. Several weeks ago I used a colour remover (colorfix) to remove a bronze brown colour I had been using. I then applied a Caramel colour but my hair remained quite dark. I then bleached my hair to a light yellow and applied a dark blonde which still came out a dark brown! I tried highlighting with a med gold brown by Goldwell but that just pulled red. My hair is very short and seems in good condition. My goal is a deep caramel with some lighter highlights - do I use a colour remover again and start over? Would I add a blue toner to the caramel colour to reduce the inevitable red? Do you have a good Carmel tone to recommend in Redken, Goldwell, Wella or L'oreal lines?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
First of all, the companies you have mentioned all have great Carmel shades. Hair Color is like a BOX OF EXPLOSIVES if you don't know how to use them they can go off at anytime Go and see a good colour Tech and stop playing with it so much. Don't fight the red too much, to me I think I would like it on you.





Beki asks:
I'm a 22 year old artist and aspiring Designer and I need help! I have very fine textured hair and it is thin it always just lays flat. I love texture in hair so I perm it, I want to grow it out but am told not to because it will look stringy and flat. I am not sure what to do. I have a square face shape and a high forehead so I need a bang. I donít have a lot of time to spend on styling it, I donít mind spending half and hour but on a day to day basis I donít have time. I would love to know what you think I should do. What size of rods would work for me and also what length would work for it.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
It is very difficult giving accurate information without seeing you, but, I will do my best.

As your hair is fine and you like your curl result/volume it gives you should look at having another curling technique in the curl process. ...More >

I would not use a rod or perm roller. I would pin curl wrap small sections in opposite directions each time to give a natural textured look. Apply a small plastic grip and apply lotion.

By applying this curling technique you will get more volume easier, as the curls work against each other when styling giving a softer more natural look than being wound around a roller.

Give your bang a soft curl or movement also as this will add to the finished look. Do not allow it to grow too long as this will make your styling much harder. I would grow it just below jaw length, BUT DO not have your perimeter outer shape strong club cut as this will emphasize your square face shape. Instead have disconnection around the perimeter (outer shape) that falls longer to give you an unstructured shape on the length. With movement this looks fantastic.







Marie asks:
My hair is very fine, but the last 6 months or so it seems to be getting worse and my scalp is beginning to show. I don't know if it is getting thinner or I am losing my hair. I am getting quite paranoid about looking bald. Is there anything I can do to make my hair thicker or make my roots appear thicker so my scalp doesn't show through? I have to wash my hair every day, will this be making it worse? I have considered extensions but don't really want any high maintenance styling also I have heard they are expensive to have done!! Can you please help?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I donít know what colour your hair is but you might want to think about making it darker if itís on the light shade, being darker it will give the illusion of being thicker and the colour will give it more body. You might also like to consider a hair loss concealer such as DermMatch available in various shades





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