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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...



Ursula asks:
I had bleached highlights put in on Sat as I have had previously on numerous occasion but this time there are too many and its too blonde making me look very pale. Which product would you recommend to use to tone them down with a warmer colour?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
I strongly advise you to go back to the salon and discuss it with them. They should be able to add darker lights to reduce the amount of bleached light they put in, and then tone down the colour with a soft golden blonde toner. This should be done free of charge. If you are not happy - then let them know. If you try to tone this yourself, it won’t last long and may come out patchy. Get back to the salon this week.





Divya asks:
I have very thin hair especially on the scalp. My hair is fragile and getting all the more thinner. Can you suggest a good hair care routine and a good hair cut?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
First and foremost - try Nourkrin Extra Strength - a Hair Recovery product that reduces hair-loss and thinning. This is available at Boots and other chemists. Secondly you need to have your hair cut shorter and in more of a blunt cut with a few layers - this creates the illusion of thickness. There are many reasons for hair thinning so it’s hard to make an assessment. Healthy diet is vital though. Try Nourkrin it’s an excellent product.







Tracy asks:
My hair is coloured Koleston perfect 55/46 on top and 22/0 underneath. I have recently had a perm. It took really well on the dark hair but on the red hair it is like chewing gum. Could the red colour be affected differently?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
There is nothing quite like a brilliant red as you had 55/46. But, if your hair is not in perfect condition it would be affected by a perm, also if the perm solution was too strong for your hair type it may have caused this problem. Strong reds and perms often do not mix well. It was not the colour that caused this, it was the perm. From your description. It sounds to me that your hair is ruined , as I am not liking the words chewing Gum. What I suggest is to opt for a straighter look again and have a total restyle. Get as much as the perm out as possible. In the meantime, use strong red shade from the Colour Fresh range all over the red part of your hair- these are true semi permanent shade that will add great tone and shine to your hair. You can continue to use Koleston on the roots, but feed the ends with Colour Fresh. Also use a treatment at least 3 times a week until your hair begins to feel in better condition.





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