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Claire asks:
I have natural red hair that I have highlighted however I want to remove all traces of my natural colour and have a natural looking blonde colour. Highlighting doesnít give me this as all the Hairdressers I use seem to leave lots of my natural colour at the back and underneath, some even leave a lot of red across my parting. I ask each one I try to make me blonde all over but none give me full head bleach and itís always the same and I hate it. What should I have done? I am willing to try anything except a full head of bleach as I want it to look a little more natural. Please help!

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
You could try a softer bleach (creamier) but it would need to be lifted with a higher peroxide.

Ashleii asks:
A week ago I got a wash and set and the lady told me I needed a relaxer but didnít get it done. Today I decided to relax my hair myself and I believe I did everything right but my hair kept falling out , a lot, every time I pulled it or combed it a lot of hair would fall out and I am really scared that I will go bald. Please help me (I also dyed my hair two weeks before that but it states that it is not permanent.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
It sounds like your hair may be over processed with chemicals which is causing your hair to break/fall out. Firstly do not apply anymore chemical treatments, and secondly book a free consultation with your hairdresser so they can see what damage has been done. They can then advise on what conditioning treatments you could have to help re strengthen your hair.

Bailey asks:
After colouring my hair for years Iíve had a few (bad) allergic reactions. After much research I believe itís a ppd allergy. (My allergy Doctor was no help and told me I wasnít allergic to anything.) I donít plan on colouring my hair again for fear of it happening again but now Iíd like to get a loose body wave done to my hair. Iíve never had a perm before and before I do it I want to make sure there are no similar ppd chemicals in perm chemicals. All help is appreciated!!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
I think you have made the right decision in not colouring your hair anymore. Regarding a perm this should be fine as perms do not contain PPD but I would have your hairdresser apply some lotion just behind the ear first to make sure.

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