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Teri asks:
I am 39yrs old with dark brown hair which is going grey at the front mainly with the odd grey hair all over at the moment I colour my hair a dark reddish brown so the roots donít show too much but the grey at the front is getting worse. Iím thinking of having highlights to help hide the grey is this a good idea? Or do you have any other ideas please.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Covering grey with high/low lights is a great way of reducing the grey in your hair and also the re growth will not be as obvious when growing out.

Having said this it will only cover up to about 50% grey hair after this point you will need to consider a full head colour.





Heather asks:
I have my hair bleached blonde and now the roots of my own colour are coming through which is med brown I canít afford to go back to a hairdresser at the moment as I have just lost my job so my friend said to use majiblonde 901 and 40 volume peroxide to do my roots I did do it but my roots are a strawberry colour compared to my blonde hair can you help me to get the colour of blonde on my roots.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Thatís why it really does pay to see a professional for things like this, however go in to your local salon and ask if they need any models for their assistants model evenings and ask that itís a colour correction not only will they do a great job it will also be very cheap







Megan asks:
My hair is long, dark and straight and I plan on having it half up-half down and curly on my wedding day. I am doing my hair myself, I was wondering if you could recommend which products to use to get the curls to hold. I need them to be in all day and night which will be about 16 hours. What do you think will be best? And should I use curling tongs, rollers or straighteners? Congrats on your forthcoming wedding!

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
I would recommend heated rollers on clean dry hair. Use Clynol "Mousette" when drying then Clynol "Freeflow" hairspray on the sections before you roll them in. Try getting a friend to help or maybe a young hairdresser if £s are an issue. Tension is the key to getting a good result. Do a few trials before to make sure you are happy and good luck!





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