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Natasha asks:
I have naturally medium brown hair and have been dying it dark brown/black over the past year or so with a semi-permanent dye. I would like to just get my natural colour back and I was wondering if I could just leave the dye to fade out naturally over time? Preferably I do not want to go back to the hairdressers to have any more dye applied and I would like to know if leaving semi-permanent dye to fade would look terrible? And how long would it take to fade out?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
The lasting of your colour will depend of the porosity of your hair. Fortunately I think your old semi permanent colour would just wash out slowly leaving very little difference between your natural colour and the semi permanent colour.





Carys asks:
I recently had my hair coloured with random chunks of blonde (my hair is naturally brown). I also started using the suggested Tigi shampoo and conditioner for coloured hair. Since having this style I have noticed that after washing and drying my hair I get a greasy patch underneath my hair at the back of my head. It is not even in a location where there is a blonde patch. Could you please suggest something to combat this.

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
I get the feeling that the problem is that the shampoo is perhaps a tiny bit to greasy for your hair type, I would suggest you go back to the hair salon and explain your problem, sometimes if your hair is in a normal to oily condition using a shampoo for dry hair could overload it with to much moisture which could easily make the nape slightly oily







Jessie asks:
My hair is naturally curly and goes down to about mid-back. I was thinking about chemically straightening it. I have dyed it with a semi-permanent colour once and I use a conditioner everyday. I just want to know how straight my hair would be? If I would ever get my curls back, and if there would be any damage?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
There are new types of hair straightening systems, some of them have been designed just to remove some of the fuzziness away, like Vertical' from Redken but will not make your hair straight. For a stronger result and good condition try the Yuko system, http://www.yuko-london.com I would suggest after any straightening process you use a good after care system to avoid the minimum stress to the hair.





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