|Katherine asks: |
I am 15 years old and I really need your help! I have read through all of the queries and I could not find anything that will answer all of my questions. I really hope you can I have longish, (just below the shoulder blades) dark brown hair, it is very thin, and the thing I hate most I HAVE A COWS LICK I absolutely HATE it! I a side fringe, with one layer below my ears, I have a heart shaped face, VERY big cheeks and a pointy chin, I look young when I smile, I also have a big forehead and sometimes it looks like I have a receding hair line because of the cows lick. I would love to do something very different with my hair, without taking much off the length also I have a side parting on the right. I would like to get a fringe and lots of layers but I do not know if the fringe would sit right because of the cows lick some hairdressers say it would part down the middle and others say it would be fine, but I am not to sure!
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I guess your cows lick is on the side parting that you wear. It also sounds to me that your side fringe is quite long right now. What I suggest is to go for a long or shorter bob length haircut with lots of layers to give you a great texture and movement - Also have a much shorter and THICKER side fringe that will detract from your high forehead and allow you to have almost a full fringe but you are working with the cows lick instead of against it. This THICKER fringe will also control the cows lick much better. Keep the side parting which always works with a heart shaped face. To detract from your more pointed chin, make sure you have lots of texture and volume above the shoulder area. I do hope this has helped you.
|Kina asks: |
I have darkish brown hair, which I have dyed red a couple of times I dyed it back to brown a few months ago. Is it possible to go white blonde/platinum blonde? I have been dying to have this color since forever and I would really love your advice.
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As you have been colouring your hair for such a long time it would be almost impossible for you to achieve a platinum blonde colour successfully. If you do try this yourself or at a salon your hair would be left in a terrible condition and would be a yellow blonde. Stay darker for now and if you ever cut it short you may be able to get the blonde you want.
|Jennifer asks: |
I am a hairdresser for 1 year now but am still learning and have lots of questions. Today I did a lowlight on highlighted hair using Loreal 7,07, just wanted to tone down some brassiness in her hair. The result turned out to be greenish? I would like to know how can I get the green cast out of my friends hair.
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When you low-light over Pre highlighted hair that has a high lift blonde or bleach in it, there is always the danger that the colour can have a green hue if chosen wrongly. Basically it has turned a greenish colour because the natural warm orange/yellow tone has been removed during the highlights. This needs to be added to prevent the hair turning green. If your target colour was a base 7 you should have added a warm tone to the colour to add back the natural warmth. However, because the hair is highlighted with multitones this will be difficult to do now. My suggestion is to do one of the following:
1 Use an all over toner with a slightly warm tone to neutralise the green.
2 Consult the colour technician in your salon to help you use a very mild Bleach-bath to remove the green hue - this should take no more than 5 mins to do.
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