|Judith asks: |
I had very few highlights in my mid length wavy hair 3 years ago and since then have been trying to return to my dirty blonde/light brown hair. Every time I colour or have highlights they turn brassy or it has a gingery hue to it. I have had salon colors in ash brown tones to compensate but the color always returns to the gingery hue. If I was to have one shade lighter put on now would this eradicate the brassiness once and for all and leave me with a more manageable color? I also have some grey coming which would look less obvious I thought with a lighter shade? What do I ask for - if this is a good route to go?
|Answered By: |
The best thing to have at the moment is an ash semi permanent through all of your hair! This will tone down any warmth through your hair and give a much better look. I know my hair has a lot of warmth and I have the same problem unless I have lots of ash in my colour. Lightening your hair one shade lighter would not necessarily work. You could still end up with more warmth! The good thing about having an ash semi permanent through is that it not only tones your hair but it will also condition and give your hair a fabulous shine. You can also reapply this when any warmth starts to show through again.
|Maureen asks: |
I am sixty and want to stop dying my hair should I have a boy hair cut? What do you advice?
|Answered By: |
Firstly Maureen, why stop colouring your hair because you are sixty? Have you not heard? Sixty is the new fifty! As for a boy hair cut, short hair like a boy only suits clients with very small faces so if this is you go for it! My advice would be to go to a professional hair salon and have a consultation on what would suit you. I also think if you are used to having your hair coloured it will not seem the same if you try growing it out. If you normally have a full head colour you could go half way and have some beautiful lowlights through to make your hair look great! Good Luck Maureen & happy hair!
Hayley Lewis, Bramhall - Jason
|Diana asks: |
I have grown out my hair for about 2 years, and essentially it was
perfect it was dark, long, perfectly healthy, and most importantly all one length. It is naturally curly, but I have become a master at getting it straight with an incredibly long, but effective method with rollers and a dryer. About 6 weeks ago, I went in for my last trim, and I asked for a little movement in my hair so it would be a little more textured and maybe not so boring..... and my long time stylist cut HUGE THICK layers in my hair! I have really short thick layers that are SO noticeable with my remaining long length. It looks like I have two different lengths of hair. One helmet and then my long under layers.... What should I do? How can I keep my length that I have wanted for so long and get rid of these layers? 6 weeks has done some improvement. But my longest layer is getting longer too, so the ratio kind of just stays .. Should I just keep on trimming it till both layers catch up with each other? Or can I leave it long????
|Answered By: |
I would blend your short layers into the rest of your hair to get rid of the helmet look! Other than that it is a case of having patience and growing your layers. The other thing you could do is have your length cut to your longest layers and then wait for the shorter ones to catch up. The other alternative is to have some extensions put in to save you waiting for it to happen naturally!
Jen Page, Didsbury – Jason
Page 1 of 27
3 Records on this page