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Meghan asks:
I have been dying my light brown/dark blonde hair very blonde for many years. I want to go more natural looking and the look I want is something that I have been seeing more and more lately but I canít quite put a name to it.

Tiff JAnswered By:
Tiff J
The top of your hair is darker, closer to your root colour and the bottom/ends are a lighter colour. It all blends together seamlessly. I have been told that this will greatly reduce the number of visits to the salon as well as create a more natural look. This look is created by putting half head of low lights on the top section of your head which then blends in with the existing colour of your hair, this works best with using a colour close to your natural base tone which keeps your hair natural looking with added shine and less noticeable roots but still keeps you looking blonde.

Ty asks:
I am mixed race (mum is half white/Greek. Dad is black/jamaican). He is quite light skinned though and I am light skinned as well. When I have grown my hair out in the past I used to comb it all the time so it was an afro, really soft. But I want my hair to hang. I donít want it to stick up. At the moment itís only about an inch long or so but I am growing it. I would say, I want it sort of wavy with OR, like Michael Jackson had it in the íBADí days where it was straight but wavy and curly at the same time? I have heard bad things about relaxing so I am not really sure I want to do that. Is there anyway I can get even close to these effects without anything that will damage my hair?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Firstly, although the thought of relaxing the hair may be a little hard to get your head round, unfortunately this is probably the bet was for your hair to hang. There is a treatment called Global Keratain and this maybe a more suitable option take a look at the feature we did on the site.

Bethan asks:
I have blonde bleached hair all over, I have had it for over 2 years now. Unfortunately the hairdressers that I go to have burnt my scalp, I was wondering if I could go from all over to foils without it still looking to rooty? Because I would like to stay blonde!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Iím sure this would look great on you, using foils is in my opinion a great way of applying detailed colour to hair so I think this would be ideal however if your scalp is sore leave the colouring for a couple if weeks

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