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Antony Licata


Antony was inspired to become a hairdresser by the transformative quality of hair and the impact that it has on an individualís well being. For over two decades Antony has been contributing his exceptional skills to delivering that perfect transformation to Mahogany clients. His success shaped his role and he now works to constantly develop, coach,...



Jena asks:
I want a rose gold & blonde balayage with brown roots. My hair is a faded teal havenít coloured in 3mnths. I have a 7lift bleach & ferias smoky pink. Iím just unsure how. Do I bleach all my hair except roots & balayage the pink in & leave blonde as is then purple shampoo whole head?

Antony LicataAnswered By:
Antony Licata
This sounds like a big job to tackle yourself at home, especially if you currently have faded teal colour on the hair, it could cause all sorts of issues. Seeing a professional would ensure a god finish. If your finances canít stretch to seeing a qualified colourist, why not look into seeing a trainee as a model? Most good salons offer this, youíll always be supervised and never normally pay more than product cost.





Ciara asks:
My natural hair colour was ashy blonde colour, last year I decided to brighten it up a bit so bought a blonde hair dye. Long story short after dying it again and again to get rid of the awful orange colour, I went to the hairdressers and got blonde highlights. A year forward, I now have yellow, brassy hair and my roots have grown out as brown. I want my hair to be one colour but donít know how to get there. I was thinking of getting brown highlights but am worried it might just go orange again. As well as this I am also very pale and worry that brown hair would completely wash me out. What do I do

Antony LicataAnswered By:
Antony Licata
This is definitely a job for a skilled colourist. It sounds like a colour correction and a lot of work could be involved. All good salons will offer a complimentary consultation so do your research and only settle for a colourist and salon you feel comfortable with.







  
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