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Hannah asks:
I coloured my hair last night to dark brown from caramel highlights. When I first got caramel highlights my hair was a faded dark brown having previously coloured it about 4 months before. Will I have to wait until my hair is faded until I can get caramel highlights again as I really do not like the colour my hair has gone.

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
We would never recommend anyone to colour their own hair because it really is a lottery as to the result you achieve. Lots of people think it is like painting a wall and you simply paint on and that is the colour you get. Because everybody has different tones in their hair this then depends on the result you get. I would advise you to go to a professional salon and have a consultation to see what can be achieved; we would always do a strand test at this point to check what sort of colour can be achieved and also the strength of your hair and how it will work with colour. The reason we do this is because some home colours are really intense and very difficult to lift or colour over. Having said that we can always improve any colour. Why not visit a salon, have a consultation and then take it from there.

Hayley Lewis, Bramhall

Bernice asks:
I am in my fifties and have had coloured hair for a long time should I aim to go back to brown with highlights

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Hair colouring and styling are very personal to you. If there are no real side effects as a result of you colouring your hair (such as thinning or hair loss), then if you enjoy it and it makes you feel better, then my advice is to continue.

Your hair is a part of your beauty, enjoy every moment of it.

Kiran asks:
I have thin straight shoulder length hair which is layered. I would like to get a perm that gives my hair more volume .Is it ok to do so and if so what kind and length should I have to get one. Also I am from India with a wheatish complexion. If you could please suggest a suitable style, badly need to change it.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
If your hair is fine you will need to be careful with a perm. Make sure that your stylist does a porosity and elasticity test before perming. An acid perm might be your best option as it will be gentler on your hair. Your style will depend on your face shape. The best thing to do is to do find a picture of something that you like, take it to your stylist and ask them if it will suit you. If not how they can adapt the style to suit your face.

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