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Mahesh asks:
Hi Iím 16 years hair is falling out I think it is due to shampooing daily. Is there any remedy to get rid of it

Deborah ChesterAnswered By:
Deborah Chester
Hello Mahesh, you can shed between 50-100 hairs daily , this is quite normal. if you think it is more than this you may require a vitamin boost or a visit to a Trichologist to confirm your hair loss.

Dorothy asks:
Iíve been contemplating getting a nape undercut for a while but I have been advised against it. I have thick, black, frizzy hair with loose curls (not coily). I would say that I range from a 3c-3a. I think that the nape undercut would lighten the volume and help with the heat in the summer. My only concern is how it will look whilst it is growing out. Do you have any tips? Also can you confirm that this style would help with the volume and help keep me cooler during the hotter months?

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
The undercut would definitely make you cooler through the summer months. The back of the head is always the hottest and I know myself when I wear my hair curly I just want to tie it up to avoid overheating. This is also a great way to reduce the volume of your hair too, however you have to take into account that you would lose the longest bit of your length, as this comes from the nape. Your new length would be your longest layer from the crown area. If you are not daring enough to get it shaved, you could consider booking into a salon to have it braided at the back of your nape, so you could see what the reduced volume would look like. I think this would be the best option before going for it! Good luck.

(Answered by Danielle Hill on behalf of Steve Rowbottom)

Magdalena asks:
I Have highlighted hair into a nice yellow blonde which I wanted to tone to a more ashy colour so I used Wella lightest ash blonde on top of it. I had around 2cm light brown roots and thought it would maybe lighten my natural colour. It ended up making my highlights turn into the colour I wanted but my roots turned orange :( is there anything I can do at home to maybe tone down the brassiness on my natural hair from the toner before I can get to a salon which is probably in 3 weeks? :(

Gary RussellAnswered By:
Gary Russell
Hey Magdalena

This is one of them times I think Öban the box colour. ...More >

These things are always tricky, this has happened because you are working with 1 product and 2 different base tones. You will need a base tone on the root to either deepen the colour or tone it down a shade.

It is really hard to do this yourself as you will be overlapping again and maybe creating a third colour.

Wait and go to the hairdresser they will advise you and have a better eye to see where the colour needs placing this in the long run will save you time and hassle.

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