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Lesley asks:
You would think I would know better being a Hairdresser. Obviously not. I recently coloured my hair brown with a semi colour which grabbed straight away. Previous to that I have always been blonde.(12/1). I have really gold tones in my hair which were hard to colour. I decided I wanted to go back blonde. I did a bleach bath which just sent it a deep ginger colour so I decided to put an ash colour on to remove the gold tone, it just turned orange so I decided to do a full head of bleach which didnít change the colour at all. I then thought of adding a bit of tone to it with a 10/0 which still didnít do a thing so I ended up going into work and getting one of the girls to do a full head of highlights to even the ginger colour. Not a thing. All this was done in 24 hours. YES my hair is still on my head (just). I have used a silver shampoo to lighten the gold tone, which it has and I am currently using a repair treatment with Keratin in it to try and rectify a little of the damage, but is there anything else I can use? My hair is so so so damaged it is thin and broken off at the sides, elasticity is, WELL, it just stretches and breaks off in my hand. I know I should have it all cut off but that is not an option. Is there any other products I can use?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Unfortunately it sounds that cutting off all the dead dry or ruined hair has to be an option because no treatment will resolve this problem it has gone beyond repair so opt for a shorter style in the meantime.





Kyle asks:
Iíve had problems with my hair for as long as I can remember and it has stunted my self esteem greatly. I have medium long brown straight hair and it has always been dry, coarse, frizzy and unmanageable. My hair has lots of volume, but mostly at the sides and the individual strands seem quite thin. Even though itís dry it gets fat and greasy surprisingly quick when I apply different kinds of wax. My hair also looks damaged in bright lights. Iíve spent a fortune trying to get my hair to look nice, and Iíve asked hairdressers and friends but nothing seems to work. I use expensive shampoos and have tried many that are for dry hair and the same goes for conditioners. Do you have any suggestions on what I could do?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
With medium long brown hair you should be able to get whatever you want. The greasiness will come from too much wax being used or the wrong product. Long hair takes time to get it to look right and TLC is the key. Try using SP (Wella) for dry coarse hair with the conditioner to go with it (ask your stylist). If you like a straight smooth healthy look then invest in some good quality platform irons that will help reduce your frizz and keep your hair smooth and shiny. They will definitely reduce your volume and keep your hair condition healthier than using other products. Ensure if you use professional irons to move slowly down each section in what we call "one Pass" as this allows the NANO Fuzeion to make your hair smooth and healthy looking.







Violet asks:
I used to go to Hairdressers and pay out a fortune and never be happy with the results I have very pale skin and dark green eyes so I dyed my hair a nice warm golden blonde colour at home it come out great but was thinking of changing it to a strawberry copper blonde I love warm blonde tones and hate white beige ash tones how could I get my blonde that bit more warmer still.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
First try the wash in colour shampoos that are on the market. They are brilliant for adding soft tone to hair and are a great way to top up tone.





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