|Caroline asks: |
I have been colouring my hair for 9 years blonde, my natural
colour is dark brown but I have got quite a lot of grey. My hairdresser doesnít think I should be using bleach any more so she just did my roots and another colour itís awful. I am at a loss.
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I am sorry you are at a loss, but not all is lost because the worst case is you bleach your hair again if your hair can handle the chemical challenge. I can see why your stylist is trying to change you into a hair colour instead of a bleaching product but I canít really give you a lot of advice as I do not know how much grey you have, what was done to your regrowth and ends and what you actually donít like about the end result? I would assume your hair is darker than what you are use to? Maybe you could have highlights in the colour to brighten it up and help you through the transition phase, go chat with your stylist again and I am sure you both will decide on the best approach for your hair
|Ben asks: |
Iím a 25 year old male and want to dye my hair grey. Iíve a brown/blonde hair colour naturally and wear it short all over at
around a 5 shaved level. I want a dark grey look and canít find any hair colourings that are of any help! Do you think a salon would be able to get the dirty grey look I want?
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I am positive we could achieve that look for you. If you have a consultation so you can ensure you both mean the same colour and then go ahead. If it is the dark grey that you desire that is fairly straight forward. If it is the lighter dusky grey then you would need to have your hair pre-lightened first.
|Kathryn asks: |
For quite a while i went through a phase of wanting to be blonde
and so I had bleach blonde highlights put in my hair. Now, after not having anything to dowith colour done to my hair for about 8 months, I have decided to get my hair recoloured. However I do not want bleach blonde highlights again but more highlights that are of a reddy/browny colour which is close to my natural hair colour which is a medium brown colour. My usual hairdresser however seems to think this would not suit my skin colour which is quite fair but I would not say pale. Is my hairdresser right? If so what hair colour would you recommend?
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Dramatically changing your hair colour can be a scary prospect so it is fantastic that you are taking your time to make a decision, rather than just rushing into something! I think if your hair is already a medium brown and you simply want to add a few warmer tones, you should not have a problem with this clashing with your skin tone. I think the problem would come if you decided to change your whole hair colour to something a lot darker as this could wash you out and make you look pasty! Going darker when you have fair skin can also age you. As long as you stick to warm, red tones you should be fine! You should remember that with any hair colour, aftercare is paramount, and so invest in a good colour care shampoo and conditioner such as Fudge Colour Lock (£9.95 each).
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