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Amanda asks:
I have had my hair cut in a pixie cut and dyed black. I have now decided that I want to grow it out so itís longer for my wedding next summer, and also lighten it again, I am a natural dirty dishwater blonde, I want to go back to this and have a few golden blonde foil highlights put in, I had this before and loved it, my hair doesnít grow very fast at all, is there anything I can do to help it grow faster? and as for the color, my roots are showing about an inch now, should I just leave the black alone and let it grow out since it was on such short hair anyway, or is there a good way to lighten it?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Keep it simple, let this grow out and have trims on your hair to keep the ends clean and free from damage, let nature take its own course and donít rush things, eat and drink healthy and look after your hair.





Tabitha asks:
I have been bleaching my hair for the last 6+ years using Clynol products. I lift my hair from a natural dark brown colour that lightens in the sun, to the classic 50ís flat platinum shade. I am worried about the condition of my hair, which in the past has not been a problem. Overall it seems thinner and much more fragile recently. I keep my style on the chin and regularly use conditioning treatments, can you suggest how I can really improve its condition? I would like to keep the blonde but my friends and family are trying to persuade me to return to a natural colour and let my hair recover. I have olive skin and donít want to look like Jessie Wallace from East Enders, and hate brown/highlighted styles boring! Please help! What are my options?!

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Continuous colouring (especially if overlapping occurs) can break your hair resulting in it seeming thinner.

Ensure that the colour is only applied to the root (re growth) area each time. ...More >

You could try using Keratin hair treatments that strengthen and harden the cuticle. Yet you must also ensure you use a good conditioning moisturising treatment to get the correct balance of strength and moisture.

Visit your local salon for a consultation (visit a few if you like to ensure your feel you have the correct advice) and used correctly this will help you.







Ria asks:
If a person has level 4 (artificial colour) and he wants to go back to level 2 (full head) is this called permanent colour or colour correction? And how do I do it?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
From a level 4 to a 2 is quite easy as you are going darker. The only thing to watch out for is any underlying tone in the hair that may be apparent. Red, Ash. Then choose your two base with a back up tone to correct this.

As always take a strand test to see the outcome before a full head application.





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