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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.

Gemma asks:
A mobile stylist highlighted my hair but I donít like the rusty colour she has produced with bleach can I just dye over the whole lot

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Please do not do it.

This is much more difficult than you may think. If you are confident enough then ask the hairdresser who coloured your hair for advice and inform him/her of your concerns. If you have lost confidence in your stylist then try and find a new one that you can trust in.

Amanda asks:
I have REALLY thick, combination hair (curly, wavy and straight) thatís past the middle of my back. I have this annoying layer of frizz hovering above the rest of my hair. Are there any good products out there to help with the frizz? Iíve tried different products with no success. Frizz comes back as soon as my hair is dry. Right now all I can do is put it in a loose ponytail that rests on the back of my neck. Is there anyway for me to "tame" my hair so I donít have to always have it pulled back?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Product wise I would strongly recommend Sebastian Potion 9 which is a leave in conditioner which will help reduce the frizz and apply shine.

You have probably tried this already, but the best tool for smoothing unruly hair is ceramic straightening irons, which will enable you to style your hair differently.

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