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Hana asks:
I did highlights on my brown coloured hair, my roots are mostly grey and now my hair looks a ginger colour, using a cap. I am a trainee at Thomas Danby College. Please help me to correct my hair.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
There are so many ways you can go on your question, but only one right way and that is to go and see a really good colourist before doing anything.





Emma D asks:
I usually have very light blonde highlights in my hair, I had growth about 4 inches of root, but being low on cash, I decided to dye it back to brown. My real hair colour is an ashy brown, but the dye turned it really dark brown and in normal light it looks really patchy. I have left it for a couple of weeks washing it every other day with Head and Shoulders which has helped slightly. In a couple of weeks I will actually have money and want to get it corrected, ideally I would like to go back to my blonde highlights or have my hair put back to its natural shade. Would the salon be able to do this and what do you recommend? Also, what should I say to the stylist when I see them?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I think we can all understand the cash thing; you might want to find a really great salon that have model nights for hair colour and ask if you could be one. 9 times out of 10 salons love to have models to work and teach with and the cost factor is very low.







Mavis asks:
I am 53 and have darkish mousey hair with grey strands through it. I have had 3 colours put in it (a blonde, a brown and a red) at my hairdressers. But cannot afford this at the moment. I have been thinking about trying a semi-permanent colour but what shade should I go for a mid brown or a light brown I am confused!

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Firstly contact your salon and see if they provide training days for their junior stylists. If so you could get it done far cheaper while allowing the students to benefit. Even though a semi permanent sounds a simple solution, with the underlying tones you have it is not that easy. Ask at your salon what your options are.





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