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Anne Veck


Charismatic, motivating and creative, Anne Veck has been described as "One of the most iconic hairdressers in the world" by Hair magazine. She is Artistic Director for Anne Veck salons in Oxfordshire, since 1991.Anne is the British Hairdressing Awards Southern Hairdresser of the Year 2016 and her Oxford salon is the Hair Awards Best Regio...



Darlene asks:
A client came in and wanted low-lights in her hair. The level of lightened hair was 9g and the low-lights she wanted were 4r, but after completing the colour it did not look like it was supposed to as it bled through to her blonde and I want to fix it. Can I put a 9g or a 10g on the blonde and put a 4ma on the low-lights to cover the pinky/purple look? Her hair is very porous because she has bleached her hair at home even though she told me a salon has done it. Thank you, Darlene

Anne VeckAnswered By:
Anne Veck
Itís very difficult to give advice without actually seeing the hair as the decision on what product to use will depend on the level of porosity and the condition of the hair. Just remember a few facts: -You can only lighten a chemical colour with bleach. -If you bleach a colour which is too red it will go pink. -If you add dark on the top of the red the colour will be very intense as it will have a lot of red undertone.





Annabelle asks:
Hi! Iíve been bleaching my hair every couple of months with 40 vol bleach in order to achieve my platinum blonde look. Obviously itís left my hair with some split ends and itís just really quite dry in general. What would be the best way to go back to my natural dark brown colour?

Anne VeckAnswered By:
Anne Veck
There are two ways you can achieve this. Either try to grow it out until your roots are as long possible, then cut your hair very short in a pixie cut. This is very drastic but is the best way to do it as it will give you a fresh start and your hair will be in good condition.

Alternatively, you will have to dye it dark but make sure it is done by a professional as the hair can easily have a green undertone. You will also experience a lot of colour fading as your hair will be very porous so make sure you use colour locking shampoo and conditioner.







Caroline asks:
My hair is naturally straight to the point that people often ask me if I straighten it (which I donít) and I was wondering if thereís any trick to make it even a little curly because Iím getting bored of it?

Anne VeckAnswered By:
Anne Veck
Create small plaits all over your hair to give an interesting texture when the plaits are undone. Alternatively when your hair is damp use several scrunchies and wrap your hair in a messy way letting it dry like that.





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