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Dana Sear

I can answer questions on all types of hairstyling, cutting, designing, coloring, corrective color, perming techniques,product knowledge, and in general, anything that has anything to do with hair. PLEASE NOTE: I am a professional designer and trainer. I do hair and teach advanced classes to licensed designers. I do not, under any circumstances, recommend doing chemical services including but not limited to relaxers, perms, color, highlights, or any other chemical service at home. I will not tell you how to use professional products nor will I tell you how to do your color at home. What I CAN do is arm you with current and accurate information and help you to be able to better communicate with your stylist/designer. I can also help you with what you need to do at home to maintain, protect, and treat your hair.

Don Orlando

25 years experience in all aspects of hair color. I am the Color Director at a well known NYC salon. Member of the American Board Certified Hair Colorists. I will try to answer any and all questions pertaining to hair color and hair color correction in a direct and timely fashion.


I have been a Licensed cosmetologist in New York state for over 26 years, and am well versed in many areas of the cosmetology and appearance enhancement profession.Specialties however, are hair colour, corrective colour and permanent waving,including the chemical and technical aspects of these services and their effects on the hair.I`m glad to consult on any problems you are having concerning your hair.If I don`t have the answer, I`ll try to get it for you.

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2015-05-15 Brassyness:

Hi Kathleen,    You cannot put permanent color or lightener oover henna with predictable results.  I would recommend a Malibu C color correcting treatment, then coat the hair with mineral oil allow that

2015-05-08 changing perm to texturizer:

Hi Villa,    You need to call the customer service people at Organics. They will be able to tell you if the products you already have in your hair are compatible with theirs.  Just because it's called

2015-05-06 salon haircolor:

You're not going to be able to apply another color to get it lighter. Color will not lift color predictably.  Removing color and then toning, assuming it's light enough under the color you see, is your

2015-05-04 Accidental Texturizer:

I still find it hard to be,I've that someone would apply a texturizer without telling you, call it a conditioner, and only charge $25. I'm not doubting that there's an odor or that your curls are limp

2015-05-02 salon color ques:

Cari,    A few things here. First to the question of whether to shampoo or not. Either way is fine and some color products actually suggest it. There is not truth to the statement that color adheres better

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