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Beverly C


Beautiful, talented, award-winning, experienced, stylish… Beverly C, MBE (formerly Beverly Cobella) is the UK’s most prolific female hairdresser Awards and more awards: Beverly was awarded the MBE by the Queen in 2008 and was British Hairdresser of the year (twice!) in 2001 and 2002 - the first female to win the award. She also won Londo...



Emma asks:
I have short naturally blonde hair which has recently been coloured red. I am desperate to go back to blonde, is this possible in one salon trip and is the only option to bleach it?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Yes it is possible - ask your hairdresser to contact Affinage (product company) and order in 1 or 2 Eraser hair colour remover. It basically removes artificial colour pigment by reversing the process. It is not a bleach and will remove the colour without interfering with your own natural hair colour. As you have had a colour on your hair - it won’t be exactly the same as before, but all the red tone will be removed.

Good luck





Emma asks:
I have a problem that has baffled hairdressers for years! I have naturally fine straight hair but lots of it. When I was about nine, my very long straight hair started to severely tangle as soon as water hit it, leaving a matted mess (I had to have it cut short as a result). Things calmed down after that until about six months ago (I'm now 35) and the same thing has started again. I can use every conditioner in the world, leave intensive treatments on for ages) and no joy. My hair smoothes when the conditioner is on but as soon as water is introduced my hair twists so badly on itself I can't do a thing with it unless I leave masses of conditioner on it which then leaves it greasy. My latest hairdresser panicked when she saw the reaction as it was soft and fairly manageable dry but became like matted dolls hair when wet! I'm fair skinned by the way! Help!

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
This is an unusual case - it seems to me that you must have very fine hair and lots of it. In some cases this can happen but your case does seem extreme. I would like to be able to see your hair at some point to be able to help you and solve the problem. But for now, I suggest you cut your hair to a reasonable length - it does not have to be short, just manageable. You also need to find the right shampoo and conditioner to suit your hair and to prevent this happening each time you shampoo your hair. You may also want to check how hard the water is in your area, as adding a water softener may help you.







Kirsty asks:
I was just wondering if you could help me. My natural hair colour is brown and it is slightly dark, however a while ago I had blonde highlights put through it in which my hairdresser used bleach. This was really damaging my hair so I decided to go back brown again and used a hair dye that has got my colour near enough back to normal. However, I would really like blonde highlights in my hair again but I do not want to use bleach, will this be possible?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
As you have used an all-over colour to take your hair back to brown, it may not work because you want to have tinted blonde lights. Tinted lights work on natural coloured hair and won’t normally lift on top hair that has already been coloured. My advice is to test 3 or 4 foils to see if it will lift before you go ahead.





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