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Ellen asks:
I have med brown hair with highlights (coloured) and I want to get my hair back to its natural sandy golden dark blonde/very light brown. Could you give me a bit of advice on how to achieve this, with the minimum amount of damage? This needs to be done at home as I cannot afford salon prices.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Doing this yourself can be very difficult and needs a professional. Try visiting your local salons for advice and ask them if they could provide a colour service for you on some of their training sessions. This way you would have a professional salon looking after you at a far lower cost. ...More >

The only think I would recommend to do at home (and it is totally dependant on what colour your highlights are?) is a colour that is totally temporary that washes out.

My advice would be visit your salon and ask what the options are.

Tanya asks:
My hair got badly damaged after a friend took out my extensions wrong. I have been trying to grow it back but it doesnít seem to be getting much longer. I use clip in extensions on a daily basis as my hair looks so bad but I am tired of having to apply them. What extension technique would you recommend that will help my hair grow and not damage it at all? I was hoping for a method that would last for a couple of months

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
When you hair has been put under a lot of stress, the main thing is to try and distress. What this means is either having a cut or stress less hair extension technique that will look good and give it a rest. ...More >

Also it is important that personal emotional stress can also add to your hair not growing as fast and as healthy as you would like, so worrying about your hair does not help either.

If your hair is in good condition, but itís just simply too short, then what I recommend is the integrated weave technique. This disperses the hair extensions evenly without stressing any particular point. It also allows your hair to grow whilst you enjoy a nice and longer style. It is quite robust and would last for up to 2 months, but this depends on how you look after it.

The Micro ring hook and latch technique is also very good and does not involve and glues or threads. Itís flat to the touch and offer even distribution without any stress points.

Angela asks:
Hi, I have been going through chemo and am on my 7th out of 8 sessions. My hair fell out after the first session, but has started to grow back. I wondered if there is anything I can do to encourage the growth and make sure it grows in, in good condition.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Hi Angela - the good news is about 98% of people that go through chemo their hair comes back thicker and with more wave to it. Use a nourishing shampoo and conditioner and just try and be patient as it grows - there are lots of edgy styles for short hair to help you through the months of regrowth. So keep that chin up and be well Angela.

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