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MCQ Chick asks:
I've been dying my hair for a while but I don't want to just keep dying it and dying it. My sister said that I could buy a stripper that would take out the colour but it really damages the hair. My hair is a dirty blonde but my roots are coming through really bad and it looks horrible I would like to go a chocolate brown. I would like to get back to my natural colour for the summer. So do I go and buy stripper at a professional salon or do I just keep on dying it?

Akin KoniziAnswered By:
Akin Konizi
Firstly I would always strongly recommend visiting a professional colour technician at the salon for advice before doing anything yourself. With regards to going for a chocolate brown, you would need to have a colour correction appointment, for pre-pigmenting and then taking the hair to a chocolate shade as desired. Stripping the hair, more commonly referred to as cleansing, would have the opposite effect as this will lighten the hair and not create the results you are hoping for.





Tiffany asks:
I am getting married in June and I have long very thin, straight hair, I want to show off my length but I don't really want to wear it all down. I want an elegant hair do. I have an oval shaped face. Any suggestions?

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
You could have temporary hair extensions either clipped or glued in if you want fuller hair for the day. You can match up your colour and get a good match to your own. Take a friend with you to get a true judgement! If you don't want to do that you could get some movement/texture in your own hair by tonging/setting it then wearing it half up half down with a great hair accessory to finish it off.

Have fun and experiment!







Lynne asks:
I'm 28 and I have long dark blonde hair, I have been getting highlights for the last year, however I went to have my roots done 2 weeks ago and I hate it! It looks trashy and I'm desperate to go dark, can you please tell me how long I should wait before I go to have it dyed darker? Also could you give advice on how dark I should go? My skin tone is quite fair.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Going dark is a big commitment. Depending on how dark a tone you are thinking of would drastically affect your overall look. As you have a fair skin tone, some dark colours can look very effective and in-fact if the colour selection is correct it would complement your natural tone. Please visit a professional salon near you for a colour consultation. There is no reason why you should not be able to have a colour correction now providing your hair is in good condition. It is hard for me to suggest how dark you should go without seeing you in person, so please visit a good professional salon near you for advice.





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