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Lucy asks:
I dyed my hair copperish auburn before and have let it fade and havenít touched my hair with colour. My hair is now a yellowish copper with a little bit of blonde and I was wondering whether or not itís safe to now go medium ash blonde. Iím considering a bleach bath but my roots are light blonde and I think doing a bleach bath would be harder to apply in specific areas due to its consistency and the wrapping part of the dying process. Any advice?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Lucy 2 option: bleach bath the yellow copper pieces or if the desired result is more than 2 shades lighter than you are, use a cool tone on the same pieces mixed with water and apply the desired result over the top and process as normal. This way should mean that you neutralize the yellow copper undertone whilst re colouring at the same time?





Silviatta asks:
Iíve recently bleached my hair went white platinum Iím trying to put some warmth back in as I would ideally like to have light blonde hair but not platinum, Iíve tried several hair dyes but my hair wont take it. I was thinking maybe a toner might work but which one or which hair dye with which tones should I try? Maybe my hair is very porous due to bleach thatís why it wont take dyes but is there anything i can do to help?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Silviatta a toner would work as its deposit only and most colours your applying will have developer in so will be lifting the hair and making it even more porous. Start applying regular treatments to your hair and perhaps even colour conditioner would help add the tone you want. Then you can apply the desired result at the roots and maintain the mid, lengths and ends with toners?







Julie Green asks:
Please can you give me some advice. My hair used to be a lot thicker than it is now, I foolishly let a hairdresser loose with thinning scissors on my hair about a year ago and it has never recovered. It is all different lengths, I used to have a lovely one length bob but coming down longer at the front, now because of all the different lengths (and admittedly straightening irons) the hair at the sides does not grow and has snapped off half way down! I am desperate to get back the full thick looking bob I used to have, now no matter what thickening shampoo and products I use my hair remains flat and lifeless, please, please can you give me some suggestions of styles that I could try? I thought about having a drastic short bob and starting again but again, I donít know if this would work.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Julie

Start by having the haircut back into a bob, invest in some professional shampoo and conditioner for fine to normal hair rather than thickening ones. Make sure your eating a varied diet and perhaps start taking a supplement specific for hair. It takes a long time to grow out the effects of the thinning so best to have a clean slate. Also invest in a straightening iron with temperature control that way you will do far less damage to your hair with heat.





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