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Liona Roche asks:
Hi, I got balyage on my natural auburn hair a few months ago, the balyage was maybe two shades lighter than my natural colour. Today I went to get it toned and add a couple more highlights closer to the root of my hair but now my hair had gone way lighter and totally different shades to my natural colour. Iím getting married in 3weeks, how do I fix this, Iím neatly thinking of just going to my natural colour if possible

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Liona go back to the salon and explain how unhappy you are, I am sure putting some lowlights of your natural colour in through the area concerned will sort the problem quickly and effectively. Iím sure also this wouldnít be chargeable to you. Good luck and have a super wedding.

Liz asks:
I have dark blonde hair and suffer from Alopecia Areata (a stress induced disease that causes hair loss). I would love to dye my hair light purple but donít think that bleaching my hair would help with the Alopecia. Is there a gentler way that I can lighten my hair so I can achieve the purple without aggravating the Alopecia? What hair dye do you suggest I use?

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
First of all I would consult your GP and get some medical advice. Also make sure that you do a skin test at least 48 hours prior to having a treatment that uses chemicals. I wouldnít recommend using bleach as this can make any hair weaker. A great alternative would be to pre-lighten the ends of your hair using the ombre technique, and then tone with a light purple conditioning toner. This would be a better option, as no chemicals will be near your scalp. I would use the LíOrťal Platinum ammonia free bleach, as ammonia free products are much kinder to the skin.

(Quotes attributed to Sally Plain, Director and Franchisee Westrow Wetherby on behalf of Steve Rowbottom)

Hunter asks:
I want to use hair straighteners on my mid-curly hair, but I have read in articles not to use oil before or after straightening. If I donít use oil in my hair, my hair loss increases. Can you please advise how to use hair oil, and how I can have manageable hair?

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
First of all, I would refrain from using hair straighteners, as they wonít be helping your hair loss problem. I would recommend the Kebelo ADVANTAGE in-salon treatment, as this is a fast, easy and affordable way to gain smooth, glossy and manageable hair. The three-part system, which uses Carbocysteine smoothing technology, works on each and every hair strand, adding strength, giving support and boosting shine. The best part? The treatment lasts up to 100 days, equating to weeks of frizz-free hair and reducing the need to use straightening irons.

To dispel the myth, you can use hair oil before and after straightening your hair!

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