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Caroline asks:
What does shade 7 dark blonde go dark brown on grey roots . How can I get right I am thinking try shade 8 and maybe get dark blonde? I only do the grey roots 4 weekly. How does it work?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Caroline it depends how much actual white hair ( hair isnít grey itís a variant of light or dark grey dependant how much of your natural colour you have blended with the white hair - not producing colour pigment anymore ) your hair and the level of developer your mixing the colour with that determines the outcome. My guess is yes you need to use the level 8 dark ash blonde with 20 vol developer and make sure you leave it on the roots per the manufacture instructions. Iím suggesting the dark ash as the hair will be being lifted (lightened) your natural coloured hair (not the white hair) may be brassy due to the underlying natural pigment.

If this doesnít make sense pop along to your local salon for a colour consultation. Good luck





izzy asks:
I always used goldwell topchic 11n & found I really suited it, I gave my hair a rest from colour for a couple of years but now Im ready for a change, I have green eyes, fair skin & my natural hair is dark blonde/light brown, would I suit an ash brown with blonde streak through my fringe & framing my face or what do you suggest ,by the way I love your hair growth products they are amazing thank you

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Izzy, I think you really are in tune with what suits you and your suggestion sounds great, just make sure the ash brown is only light or medium and cool colours tend to come up darker even on the same base level (natural colour).







Daniel asks:
Iím recently growing my hair out I want to keep it healthy but Iíd like to know what to do. Can you give me advice

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Daniel

I always start with diet, a healthy varied diet certainly makes a difference to the condition of your hair. Secondly get some advice on your hair type and texture and the correct shampoo and conditioner for your hair type. Always combe the conditioner through before rinsing out as this helps evenly distribute the product but also closes the cuticles down protecting the inner structure of the hair and help it reflect light. I alway say to people treat your hair like your favourite item of clothing, with love and respect and its will look amazing. Happy growing





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