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Kymberly asks:
I have just had highlights done - full head with foils. It looked fine at the stylists, but when I got home I noticed that if I pull my hair back at the sides, there are lines - almost like horizontal razor lines/checkerboard pattern caused by the contrast of the bleach and the natural hair. I cannot put my hair up and am self-conscious about my hair blowing in the wind. Will this be remedied by some regrowth, and/or is there a way to fix this? Is this an industry-standard effect of having heavy highlights? The highlights are quite dense and changed my overall hair colour level from a 6 to about a 8-9. The toner is also too gold, but that is the least of my problems, and I know what to do to fix that.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
First things first, you should really go back to the salon that did these high lights and complain, as this is not acceptable. It sounds like from your description that the colour applied in the foils has seeped/bled out of the foils, creating the lines.

As far as fixing the problem, it can be made 'better' by having low lights put through similar to your natural colour. This will help break up the dense blonde and hopefully the lined appearance you have.





Tracy asks:
I have blonde hair and blue small eyes I can never make my eyes stand out or look nice what colours would you advise using to try and make them stand out and look bigger

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
Make sure you do not have a long fringe but something that allows your eyes your eyes to be seen.







Joanna asks:
I have a small, long oval shaped face, with natural red hair, which is fairly straight in texture though does have a kink in it when it reaches chin level! I am currently growing out a crop that I had done in March. Agyness Deane style I loved it, but miss having something more feminine. I am 40, and slim any advice on what would suit me please and how to look ok whilst this crop grows out!

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
It sounds like your style was fabulous but as with every hairstyle itís always good to be a chameleon and keep changing to keep your look fresh and new. Crops are notoriously hard to grow out so my advice to you would be as your hair grows down to start having it shaped into a bob style, perhaps keeping it slightly shorter at the back and more length at the front. This will give the illusion of hair being longer whilst it grows out. I would also invest in a good pair of irons and simply smooth through hair to get rid of any unwanted kinks and bends. Remember to use Iron Protection Mist before using any heated appliances.





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