|laura asks: |
I have purple hair at the moment but I am getting married next
August. I was blonde when I met my fiancé about 4 years ago. It was a home
dye blonde Garnier colour 1.10 I think. Anyway about 2 years ago I dyed my hair
red with a swartzkopf live colour, then 12 months ago I dyed it purple again
with a swartzkopf live colour - cyber purple. I would really like to
be back blonde for the wedding without ruining my hair which is quite long
and in good condition - surprisingly! Can I do this without stripping my
hair, as one hairdresser advised this but I do not like the idea. Can I not
go brown 1st then gradually go lighter? Please help!
|Answered By: |
It seems you have had quite a combination of colour on your hair in recent years and without seeing you and doing a strand and skin test I would want to recommend that you visit a good salon in your area for a colour consultation and be advised by the colour expert. If you try colouring at home you could have a disaster which might damage your hair prior to your wedding. Good Luck
|Ruby asks: |
I have waist length brown hair but I have wanted it ash blonde for ages. I have tried going to a salon to have it highlighted many times but it still is not that pale blonde that I want. I have been told that I should not have an all over bleach because my hair is so long it will get severely damaged, I have thought bout getting blonde extensions or weaves put in but I do not know much about them. Please help me get that long rapunzel blonde hair that I so want.
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It would seem as though your issue is one of colour and not length or volume. I would recommend going to a salon that specialises in colouring long hair. They will be a bit more expensive, but it will be worth it because they will be able to deliver what you want without damaging your hair. Not all salons specialise in this so ask to see some evidence of their work. Hair extensions can help to give you highlights, but they would also add volume. This could render your hair too thick and unmanageable. There is also the added risk that if they are not removed properly, you could end up with hair loss which, in turn could thin out your hair. I would seek a consultation with a specialist first of all.
|Racheal asks: |
I have brown hair, between long and medium length and lightly layered. When I was younger my hair was really curly. As I got older my hair went straight. Now every time I get out of the water my hair is unbelievably frizzy! It is frizzy even when my hair has not just been in water that day! I am bored of my normal hair and want something new and stylish! Shorter maybe, or would that make it frizzier? What style do you think I should have? Any advice is great!
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I would definitely suggest that you keep the length with your hair, as going shorter will most likely make it frizzier. There are plenty of ways to tame the frizz however, mostly through using products or intensive treatments. Curly hair is generally quite dry, and even if your hair is straighter now, this could be affecting the manageability of your locks! Try my new Soflee Soflee Intense Conditioner – it is the perfect way to keep your hair moisturised and silky soft with a glossy shine that is sure to dazzle! Or, for a quick fix to beat the frizz try spritzing my RUTP Humidity Spray onto your locks for daily defence against humidity and other causes of flyaway hair. It is even small enough to pop into your handbag for emergency protection! Also, be sure to prevent over-drying your hair when styling by using a protective spray like my P2Fifty Straightening and Blow Dry Spray, which guards your hair from heat damage up to 250 degrees.
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