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Paula Voytek asks:
had my hair dyed to golden blonde pravana hair colour was used had to bleach first I had dark coloured hair Iím usually 85% grey. the dyed golden blonde looks dull and not a very pretty colour hubby doesnít like it lol anything I can do ?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Paula Before you do anything drastic try using colour enhancing shampoo or conditioner as these are marvelous at add extra depth, tone and shine. Make sure you leave on for 10 minutes before rinsing, hopefully hubby will like and then when your next at the salon they can colour match. You should have a better result as you shouldnít need to be bleached. Just as an additional note a treatment masque on for 20 minutes with help make the hair more shiny and reflect light too. Good luck





Preet asks:
I am an Indian girl. Actually I am now fed up from my hairs. I used to style them with heating irons for 2 years. And now I feel sorry for them. My hairs are now become weak, frizzy, dull and I have a hair loss and split ends all over the hairs. Is there any solution?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Preet

Its okay to use hot tools on a regular basis as long as you are taking care of your hair and protecting it, but once the damage is done the best thing to do is go and have a good haircut, invest in some good professional shampoo and conditioner as well as a treatment masque and use regularly. I am a strong believer in hair supplements so pop along to a local health food store and they will help recommend the best one for you. You will see a big difference in your hair very quickly doing all of the above. Then just keep up the good work when using hot tools again or invest in ones that have temperature controls so that you can control the amount of heat your using. ...More >

Hope this helps you







Victoria Burton asks:
Hi, I have been colouring my hair a dark brown for over a decade but found the last year the colour wasnít holding along the sides and the grey was more noticeable, even showing an inch worth of grey after just a week of having my roots done. My hair dresser tried just putting the tint on before applying the full mixes solution but it still didnít hold the colour in those areas. So two months ago I decided to go back to blonde which has ruined my hair with highlights and Iíve had to chop off 9inches of hair so I now have a bob with brittle hair that just keeps snapping off know matter how well I look after it. I want to go back to being a brunette as I hate the blonde plus my hair obviously canít cope with the highlights I just need help finding out how to keep the colour on the hair for longer than a week!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Victoria This is quite a common problem, my suggestion is get your hairdresser to do the same as she did last time paint the tint on first before applying all over, but also reduce the amount of developer she puts into the colour. This means the colour formula is stronger. Allow an extra 5 mins development time as well and it should cover and last. Another suggestion is to add a little more base colour to the formula but I would guess your hairdresser has already tried that? And 1 more thing is shampoo your hair before going to the salon, donít apply conditioner or any moisturiser to your face as sometimes its gets on the hair and can case a barrier to already resistant hair. Good luck





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