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Natasha asks:
I am a natural redhead but have been dying my hair black for around 12 years now. As it looks horrendous when the roots come through I tend to dye my hair with a home dye every fortnight. I am now looking to go back to my natural colour (I know after stripping it will need to be dyed a close match). The salon advised they would use effasor to do it, do you think this would be the best method or is there a better way given the frequency with the amount of years it has been dyed?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Natasha you have been given the correct advice a colour remover would be the best way and then a low ammonia colour as close to your natural colour. Its doesn’t matter so much how many years you have been colouring your hair unless you never have it cut. The difficulty is achieving an even result when stripping the colour on longer hair when it has been applied and combed through over and over again. I would go back to the salon that advised you and good luck on going back natural.





Jessie asks:
I have dyed my hair red in the past for 3 months and then dyed my hair black quite soon after the red, I have had black hair for 2 months and the red hair dye is still washing out underneath the black. I would like to return back to my blonde hair in the least amount of time possible, just would like to know how I go from black to blonde again

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Wow Jessie this is going to be a tough one and one that really does require a professional. A decolorant is the best way I think followed by some additional highlights until the hair is the desired result for you. It won’t be a one step process and the length and condition of your hair have to be taken into account as you want to have an even good conditioned result. Go and ask a local salon for a free consultation.







Airrine asks:
I want a hair cut but I can not decide on a style. What kind of style would you suggest for someone who does not like to style their hair?

My hair also falls out. Do you have a way to treat hair loss?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
I would always suggest either creating a collage on your iphone or buy cutting pics from magazines of all the styles you like, then narrow it down to the ones that are all similar. Pop along to a local salon and ask if there is a training night and that way you can have a stylist that needs the practice give you a full consultation, advice and tips on which style will work and the minimum effort you have to do for creating the look. As far as the hair loss its normal to loose 100 hairs per day, if you think its more than that your losing think about your diet and make sure you are taking a supplement there are some great ones on the market especially for hair and nails. Good luck.





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