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Charlotte asks:
I booked my hair appointment 8weeks ago for some highlights, I arrived today very excited to have my hair done and was told by the women who does my hair and her colleague that they can’t do the colour that I wanted because it "may" go ginger. I have dark brown hair and asked for blonde highlights they told me it would go ginger, so instead they gave me caramel and red highlights which I am not happy with, I would like another professional opinion on whether putting a blonde on dark brown hair can make it ginger?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Unfortunately there is a possibility that trying to put blonde through extremely dark hair may go a ginger colour. However I think this would also be a high maintenance colour for you and it will need to be touched up on a regular basis and therefore costly. I would recommend you go for a warm chocolate colour.





Chelsea asks:
I have naturally straight and wavy hair, straight on the top layers and wavy on the bottom layers. Its length is about 3 inches past my shoulders, though I have really short layers also. I tease it and round brush the top layers to give it lots of body and a very airy look. Its base color is brown, but I also have really blonde peak a boo highlights throughout my hair and two red streaks in the midst of my fringe and face frame. Now, I plan to dye my entire hair blonde, however I do not know what shade to choose. Also, I want to put red peak a boo highlights throughout it. My dilemma is first, I do not want to put the peak a boo’s in the same places, they are in chunks that you can only see amidst my tease at the moment, but I do not know what to do with them?

Second, I want to put another colour in my hair also, just I do not know what color and where. Third, sick of my hair shape I was hoping for a more sweet look, rather than this ice cream cone shape, though I still would like to tease it. Also, I will not go shorter longer or the same length are the only options. I know this is a lot and if you can help I would be so thankful.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Wow you certainly want to do a lot!!

Obviously it is very difficult to give the correct advice over an email without seeing your hair, face shape, skin tones etc. What I would suggest is booking a free consultation with a hairdresser before committing to anything, this way you will be more likely to get the end result you are after. ...More >

My concern regarding the colour is that you already have colour in your hair and going blonde may require you having some form with bleach which will dry your hair out, and I would want to make sure your hair is strong enough to withstand this process.







Heather asks:
My hair is really thick. What length and style do you think suits thick hair?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
A lot depends on your face shape, but the best rule with thick hair is to make sure it is layered to reduce the weight. Also if your face shape suits shorter hair this can be great for people with very thick hair as the maintenance is much easier.





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