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Debbie asks:
Ive been dying my own hair dark brown/ almost black for 6 years. My natural colour is a dark ginger. I recently went to my local hairdressers hoping to go a few shades lighter.

The hairdresser carried out a strand test, she cut a small section of hair away and said she would let me know the results later that day. She then txt me that night to say my hair had reacted with the product they use causing allot of heat off the bowel and the hair to break up. She said she could not risk stripping or dying my hair.

What are my options then? Ive been using home box dyes for years.

Im desperate to get rid of the black.

Tracey DevineAnswered By:
Tracey Devine
Hi Debbie,

It sounds like you are going to have a tough time, you will get there in the end. You don’t mention the condition of your hair, this is the key element in how your hair is going to react. It could be that your hair was having a reaction with an individual product that the chosen stylist was using rather than this is how it going to react again. I would really recommend that you leave this to the professionals, you need to do things in very gradual stages, there are many different products that salons can now use with amazing effects but you must be patient and be prepared to work towards the result you are hoping for. In the mean time get your hair into really good condition and strengthen it on the inside, a good conditioning treatment is important and making sure that you eat the hair superfoods such as avocado, eggs, salmon and walnuts.





Annabelle asks:
If you have extensions in then you shouldn’t need to worry too much about growing it out as you can change your extensions to more of a honey shade or go for a ombre if you’re looking for a more subtle change. If your hair is natural then this is a big ch ange from brown to blonde, so be prepared. This is an amazing change but comes with the up keep of your roots and maintaining the condition of your hair with regular treatments and colour protecting products

Jamie StevensAnswered By:
Jamie Stevens
I have got long brown hair that I wear extensions in, I really love Tamera Fosters hair and would like mine to look similar. I am a little bit scared that if I have it done at the bottom it will be bad for my hair and I would not be able to grow it out if i don’t like it, my hair is lighter than hers and I am not sure if it would look as good, what does Jamie think?







Jane asks:
I have got long brown hair that I wear extensions in, I really love Tamera Fosters hair and would like mine to look similar. I am a little bit scared that if I have it done at the bottom it will be bad for my hair and I would not be able to grow it out if i don’t like it, my hair is lighter than hers and I am not sure if it would look as good, what does Jamie think?

Jamie StevensAnswered By:
Jamie Stevens
If you have extensions in then you shouldn’t need to worry too much about growing it out as you can change your extensions to more of a honey shade or go for a ombre if you’re looking for a more subtle change. If your hair is natural then this is a big change from brown to blonde, so be prepared. This is an amazing change but comes with the up keep of your roots and maintaining the condition of your hair with regular treatments and colour protecting products





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