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Sigrid Kofod Christiansen asks:
I have this kind of ashy deep brown colour, but 3 years ago I got my hair coloured very red at a salon. But since then I havenít been able to get that red tone out off my hair. Every time I try to colour my hair back to this ashy brown colour, I end up with a mix between red and brown, but that is not what I want. Itís like my hair absorbs the red much better. Should I tell my hairdresser to leave out the red pigment, when she colours my hair?

Ken PictonAnswered By:
Ken Picton
Your hairdresser should definitely be leaving the red tone out. You should be opting for an ashier/green tone than originally desired to counteract the red tone. Red is a very hard colour to get rid of and ash should be used to remove the red tone. Your colourist should also be thinking about where the colour is on your hair from 3 years ago as this part of your hair will require a different colour on the parts of your hair that arenít coloured

Steffii asks:
I could really use some tips on what to do.. my hair is about shoulder length and it is really unevenly cut and it wont grow at all... Ive tried everything to make it grow but I think I have really dead ends from dying it too much and I cant really trim it unless I want my hair to be really short and like never grown Im really scared, I dont want to have short hair forever, what should I do?

Barbara DaleyAnswered By:
Barbara Daley
Hi Steffi,

It sounds to me as though your hair has been damaged not only with the cut but with over colouring it and as a result it is probably breakage that is preventing your hair from growing beyond a certain length. I would advise having it trimmed even though it might feel shorter at first it will stop the hair from splitting upwards, which will could make it fragile and prone to snapping off anyway. I would also recommend that you change your homecare regime to something which concentrates on building up strength. Kerastase bain de force and forceintense treatments are, in my opinion, fantastic at rebuilding damaged lengths and ends which should ultimately help you hair to grow. ...More >

If you are in North West we host a hair rehab clinic in salon every thursday and where we can offer more personalised advice, and I can take a closer look at how you would like your hair to be eventually and make a plan for what we can do to get you there.

Hope this helps!

Barbara x

Izzi asks:
Hi Darren, my name is Izzi and I have a question regarding colouring. I have natural medium blonde hair that was highlighted last summer. I want to go to silver/white though, which I know requires bleaching and a lot of maintenance. was wondering if you had any advice on how to do it (at home or in a salon) and if you think it would be worth the effort? I donít have damaged hair so I wouldnít be too worried about the bleach, but Iíd just like some extra info and advice from someone who knows what theyíre talking about! Thank you.

Darren AmbroseAnswered By:
Darren Ambrose
Izzi youíre my dream client! This process is very achievable on your hair but I would only recommend doing this in salon with a professional colour specialist. Get your skin and hair tested appropriately. Also prepare yourself for high maintenance as this is one look that doesnít Look great with roots. Also youíll want to prepare yourself for some home maintenance. Keeping a white blonde white, especially in the summer months mean regular use of. A silver shampoo and a good range of hydrating products to keep your hairís moisture levels up. Come and see me!

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