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Laura asks:
I have naturally dark brown hair, but in the summer months the sun bleaches it and I get chestnut/light brown streaks through my hair. I really like how it looks but now want my hair a bit lighter for the summer. How difficult will it be to go from my colour now to a light brown/dark blondish colour?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
This shouldn't be too much of a problem to be honest. Depending on what shade your natural colour is, I would suggest having some fine foil high lights.

You may need to have some form of bleach and then a toner applied to reach the desired colour you would like, but I would strongly suggest you book a consultation before having anything done.

Jon asks:
I'm thinking about getting hair extensions, what is the minimum required hair length for me to have this done? (Male with short hair. Also, would there be anywhere in the Leamington spa area that you would recommend to get them done?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
In order to get coverage of the hair extensions, I recommend that your hair length should be no shorter than 3 inches. It could be done shorter, but visibility might be a problem. ...More >

It would also depend on your hair type and style and what you wanted to achieve with your hair extensions, length, volume, highlights or a new look.

There are over 14 different techniques but for short hair I would recommend the mirco ring track. This involves using cold bond and micro rings for a smooth flat and undetectable look.

If you are looking to enhance thinning hair on the top of your head, then I recommend you look at one of the newer techniques, the lace systems.

If you would like to schedule a consultation, then go to our website and request a consultation appointment.

Joanna asks:
My husband streaked my hair and I love the colour and the amount of streaks he put in, but he used a cap and somehow I have zig zags at the roots. Please can you advice how to correct this problem.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Once it's done it's done.

I think from your description the zig zag effect is probably down to the technique of pulling hair through the cap. ...More >

I have seen this first hand myself.

Always pull hair from directly underneath the hole in the cap that you are selecting. Never push hook around underneath cap searching for hair.

If you follow this routine it will help the problem you are having at the moment. When someone searches for hair underneath the cap, hair from different parts of the head will come through the hole and give you longer re-growth appearance in places that looks like a zig zag effect.


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