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Louise asks:
I have mousey hair I dyed it black about 6 months ago, I want to get it light again, but the hairdressers will not really agree to do it any lighter than a dark brown. Is there anything I can use at home, I am scared of using bleach in case my hair goes a funny colour.

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
I think your hairdresser is very wise and I totally agree with what they say. You need to be very careful with colouring processes especially when bleaching as it is a very delicate process and it could finish with catastrophic effects.





Melanie asks:
I went to have highlights in my hair a few days ago, he told me he would have to take the dye off early because my hair was stretching, it looked ok in the salon but since coming home I think it looks dry and brassy. What would you recommend I do? He cannot dye it again because of the stretching. I do not know what to do for the best in some lights it looks ok but in some it looks horrible!

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
I would first recommend you used a treatment call TANAGRA it has the properties of restoring the hair up to 100% using a fusion of Keratin and collagen. However I would advise as a colour to use a semi permanent colour this is a bit softer and gentler for your hair.







Diana asks:
I have very thin hair, and naturally it is not curly or wavy, it goes all over the place, sticking out etc. The only way to make it look nice is to straighten it but I am worried about the breakage as my hair is already rather damaged and I do lose quite a lot of hair. What do you suggest to still have nice hair everyday without the worry of breakage and hair loss?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
If you are going to straighten your hair you must use a good thermal protector such as RAZZAMATAZZ STRAIT TIME, but it might be a good idea to leave it be and concentrate on restoring the condition of your hair, this in turn will cause your hair to behave better.





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