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Michelle W asks:
I have very light brown hair, long and wavy. I want to add some dramatic colour highlights. I used to add pink but my hairís a lot lighter now than it used to be almost blonde in places so I donít know if pink would work so well or if I should ask for another colour but I donít want something dull. I want to really spice my hair up. What would you suggest?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Colour advice it is very hard to explain without actually seeing the overall hair colour. I suggest you seek a professional hair stylist in a salon to get the best out of your hair colour.





Rachel asks:
Over the last 7 years I have been having Lou colour (demi) to cover my grey hair. In March I was suddenly came out in a terrible allergic reaction to a food I ate (never had it before). The extreme breathing issues are much improved but I am ridiculously sensitive to everything including hair colour. I am thinking of having low light by foil but to be honest even with a skin test I am terrified of a serious reaction. After searching the web for months this seems to be a really big issue for a lot of women. Can you suggest any type of maybe colour wash to cover the grey? I donít mind washing it in each week? I have tried colour mousse but guess what - allergic!

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
It sounds like most colour that contains ammonia is causing a problem try looking for organic colours these may be a big help COLOUR EMULSION FOR GREY HAIR Colour Emulsion is a permanent colour- ammonia and peroxide free. It covers up to 100% grey hair. Based on an algae compound, the emulsion acts by coating of the hair shaft, leaving a glossy protecting film Colour Emulsion has no lightening power, it does not contain any ammonia or peroxide.







Marie asks:
My natural hair colour is dark blonde, both hair and skin tone is cool. I would rather have kept my own colour, but have too many grey hairs now. When I colour my hair at the salon, carefully explaining it has to be cool, the coolest theyíve got, it still turns out either slightly red or yellow/golden...When I ask, both hairdressers Iíve tried tells me that it is nearly impossible to avoid that. That sounds strange to me, as Iím sure Iíve seen lots of people with cool hair colours that look like they should...They also tell me that cool highlights are completely impossible, like it can absolutely not be done. Is this true, or should a good hairdresser be able to do these things? Your opinion would be much appreciated.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
In my professional opinion any good respectable hair salon should be able to help with this matter, look out for salons that specialise in colour.





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