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Chloe Allen asks:
After packet dying my hair blonde for a few years I went to get it ombred at a salon. I didnít like the outcome so I decided to packet colour it brown over the top but because of the bleach the brown dye kept lifting. Iíve re dyed it a medium-dark brown quite a few times and now when the colour lifts i have a horrible orange tone that i cant get rid of. Iíve stopped dying my hair as Iím going to grow out the colour but i donít want to be stuck with orangy brown hair. Iím currently using blue shampoo to cancel the orange but I am yet to see results. Is there anything else that will work?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Chloe

This is a tough one as the blue shampoo should work, try blue conditioner or add a couple of drops of blue direct dye to your conditioner ( if you canít find one) in order for a more heavy deposit and the cancellation of the orange tone. ...More >

You should find leaving it on for 5 mins and combing through should work and after a couple of applications you may be able to go back to doing the blue shampoo to keep the unwanted tones at bay whilst the colour is growing out.

Good luck

Danielle asks:
Hi, I have dark blonde/brown natural hair colour (very thin and fine) which I recently went from my natural roots with blonde balayage to an attempt at ash blonde all over. I went for a scalp bleach and the hairdresser left me with horrible hair which was white orange and ash. I had foils done the next day as an attempt to fix it. How long would you recommend I wait until I get it re-coloured to a medium blonde to fix it?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw

You can colour over immediately with semi colour which will tone and deposit and give you a nice, soft more natural blonde. Use treatments on a regular basis and then you can use permanent colour on the roots as they grow through but stick to semi on the mid lengths and ends. Colour conditioner will also help control the desired results longevity. ...More >

Good luck

Julie asks:
I have naturally curly hair and my hairdresser has recently used ceramic straighteners to style my hair. Since then my curls have almost gone. I have used three intense treatments but nothing has worked. How do I get my curls back?

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
Our hair pattern changes every five to seven years making it likely to face a change in texture. Changes in our hormones are often the cause for changes in our skin and hair, which means you might have to switch up your hair routine as you age. Unfortunately, hormonal changes that cause our curl pattern to alter are unavoidable, and not always possible to predict. Heat styling can also leave you with stubbornly straight strands that refuse to bounce back. ...More >

With patience, you can see your curls again. Stop using all heated appliances, including your hairdryer. The best way to restore your natural curl pattern is to cut off the damaged hair. Not only will your hair grow back, it will grow back quicker if it isnít being weighed down by damaged hair. You can start over from scratch, and with a new, healthier hair routine be swinging your curls over your shoulders in no time.

(Answered by Danielle Hill on behalf of Steve Rowbottom)

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