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Ana asks:
I have naturally dark hair with caramel/blond highlights and now I am trying to go back to a more natural look, a brown per say. I donít know if I will need to use a filler for my hair or not. How can I know this? A hairdresser I asked agreed in using a filler. Another one said, "Letís skip that!". Iím scared!

Calum TierneyAnswered By:
Calum Tierney
The best thing to do would be to visit a salon and have a colour consultation. This will allow the Hairdresser to establish what is needed to take your hair back to a more natural colour. They will do a strand test and then go from there! No need to be scared!!





Alyssa asks:
My hair was butchered a few months ago by a hair stylist and it is too short for my liking and is taking forever to grow. I was thinking about asking my Mother for some clip in hair extensions for my birthday next month but the thing is I have dark brown hair with a hue of red in it. I donít think I can get any extensions that would naturally go with my hair colour. Is there any way I can get some kind of hair extensions that can be dyed? Or what colour combo would you recommend because I could dye my hair I guess to a different colour as well.

Dawn CooperAnswered By:
Dawn Cooper
There are many different types of clip in extensions so you must be careful not to buy any cheap hair sold on the internet which can look shabby after only a few times of wearing them.

Racoon International is No 1 in hair extensions and have just launched some fantastic hair clip ins which are sold in Racoon salons. Ethical sourcing is guaranteed. They come in many colours and are available in Next to Natural or 100% Human Hair.







Jonathan asks:
Iím 18 years old so obviously I like to spend a lot of time out clubbing with my mates. I straighten my hair everyday or otherwise I look a little bit like Julius Ceaser with very tight curls. However, in the warmth of the club and dancing on the dance floor etc, my forehead always gets a bit sweaty and my fringe instantly curls, yet the rest of my hair stays how I styled it. Perhaps you could recommend something to me to help stop this?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
When you straighten your hair put your fingers through it as if your wearing your hair off of your face then spray with hairspray to hold this should help keep your hair off your forehead preventing it going curly.





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