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Beth asks:
I love my new fringe but on nights out it tends to soak up the sweat really easily is there anything I can do or any products I can use to stop this?

Calum TierneyAnswered By:
Calum Tierney
There isnít a great deal you can do aside from carry a "dry shampoo" product with you and spray it in when your fringe looks greasy! Or stay in!

I think the dry shampoo will be great!





Jennie asks:
I had the underneath of my hair coloured brown for two years, the top is blonde, went to hairdresser and asked to change the brown back to blonde, now it is a orange ginger, that I donít like can I put something on it myself to make it blonde like the top, without going to the hairdresser as I have all ready spent £160 on my hair, I have very thick long to the shoulder hair?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
First please do not try this yourself! Go back to the salon that performed the colour service for you and explain the problem and your concerns. A good salon should correct this for you or compensate you for your trouble. If you do not get any joy from your hairdresser then please look for another and see if they would be willing to correct your colour on a training night.

Doing this yourself is very, very risky and I would not recommend it.







Carla asks:
I have blonde highlighted hair (a few different colours as I have always dyed my hair although it is more golden-y than anything I would say). I want to go back to my natural colour, which is mid-blonde. I cannot afford to go to the hairdressers to get this done - what colour would you recommend as I donít want it to go too dark or turn out green or orange!

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Please please do not do it your self.

You have already explained what may happen in your question. ...More >

Try visiting your local salons and ask if they have a training evening where you could possibly attend and have an observed trainee stylist perform your colour correction.

This would be my advice.





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