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Zoe asks:
I have long thin hair, and really want to keep it this way. Is there anyway of making it thicker or to give an illusion of thicker hair?

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Having a long graduation cut through will help give your hair more volume and fullness.





Karen Allan asks:
My 6 year old daughter has a double crown and two cow flicks at the front her hair is short to medium in length. She has also straight, ringlets and curls in her hair any ideas on any styles that will suit her and are easy to manage.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
This is quite complex the best thing to do is take your daughter to a good salon and ask for a consultation. The stylist will advise you on the best style for your daughter.







Laura asks:
Dear Ukhairdressers,
My question is about using chemical hair dye/bleach over older Henna hair dye.
Two years ago, my hair was in bad shape due to over processing it with at home dye kits.
To help it recover, I put in Lushs Caca Marron (dark red) henna hair dye and left it alone for about 1.5 years.
In that time, I have dyed it 2 more times with the same dye and then one from another brand.
My hair has become very long and healthy, and I havent dyed it in about 3-4 months, so there is a good amount of regrowth.
I also decided that I want to try something different with my hair and so removed some of the colour with Colour B4.
Though it obviously didnt remove all of the dye, it did take some of the red away.
I would like to try getting some balayage highlights in my hair at the hairdressers soon and so I wanted to ask if you think this is a good idea or even possible?
I dont want to risk really damaging my hair again after working so hard to get it healthy, but I would like a change.
I appreciate any information you can give me.
Thank you,
Laura :)

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Laura

I would go to a salon for a consultation and ask them to do a strand test, that way you have complete confidence that you will get the result you want and without damage. ...More >

Good luck x





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