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Vikki asks:
I have naturally dark brown hair that I have highlighted blonde I would however like to have it similar to Kate Beckinsdaleís new colour my hairdresser is saying I canít as I can only go 5 shades lighter is this right as I see a lot of famous celebs going blonde from dark.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
This process is possible to achieve, however I suggest you pop in to other salons and also ask for their advice too to see what they think.





Emily asks:
Iím trying to grow my hair out and think it would be healthier? To stop blow drying it in order to prevent further split ends in the future, should I pull it back and secure it with bobby pins or should I just straighten it once its air dried? Which option would do less damage to my hair?

Robert MasciaveAnswered By:
Robert Masciave
Thanks for writing in as I am sure lots of people are wondering the same thing. I wish you would of divulged the condition of your hair i.e. texture and whether if itís been chemically treated with a colour or a relaxer as Iíd be able to advice you further but technically speaking, the less heat subjected to hair, the better the condition. Pulling the hair back whilst damp can cause breaking so put down the bobby pins! It is a good idea to air dry the hair then straighten but again it all depends on your texture - if for example you have very curly hair or afro hair, youíll be running the hot irons through the hair over and over in an attempt to get it poker straight which in the end causes more damage. In this case itís best to allow the hair to partially air dry, add heat protection then blow dry on a low temperature.







Mandy asks:
I have been having a semi colour for the past six years, but was thinking of having a permanent colour. I mentioned to my hairdresser that I had been getting an itchy scalp and some spots on my neck and scalp. She gave me a patch test for a semi and permanent, and the semi showed up as an allergy and not the permanent. Would it still be ok to have a permanent colour?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
To be honest this is very odd as usually if you have a reaction to a semi you would have one to permanent. Itís also hard to say without knowing the products in question, but my advice is not too risk a permanent colour.





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