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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.





Lupita asks:
Should I or should I not get highlights and what color would you recommend because I have had the same hair style, hair colour for about 3 years and I am getting tired of it, I have kind of dark brown eyes, I donít really know what my skin color is in my Mac studio fix I use an NC 42? And I think I have a beige olive skin tone? Iím not really sure I have long hair, cut in to a v shape with a face from kind of razor cut layers, with kind of side swept long bangs? I have dark brown hair but not completely dark?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Firstly I would strongly recommend that you book a colour consultation at your hairdressers so they can look at your hair type and skin tone. From your photos that you sent I would be careful not to go too light as you have quite dark hair and the contrast maybe a little to obvious. Perhaps you should consider some warmer tones put through your hair such as deep reds/plum colours or maybe some very warm sandy blondes could work really well.







Kynan asks:
Iím a guy that has naturally wavy hair, that is thin, but lots of it. My hair is in an emo/scene style about mid-long in length. I use anti-frizz & also heat protection spray on my hair prior to straightening and style using a tiny amount of wax & a lot of hairspray to style. My hair looks perfect prior to going out, but if it is windy or damp out my hair tends to go a bit wavy. The main problem being the sides which I style forward have a tendency to curve backwards. Is there anything I can do to prevent this?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
To be honest as a guy with curly hair as well itís quite tough to prevent this from happening with conventional products. You might want to consider something called the Keratin Complex Treatment which is not a straightening treatment but is fantastic with naturally curly hair for taming and making the hair easier to style.





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