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Dana Sear

U.S.
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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.

Hairman

U.S.
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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.

Don Orlando

U.S.
Available
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.

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2014-11-27 Natural color hair:

Applying In layers means you apply it, let it sit the recommended amount of time,  rinse, dry and reapply. Demi colors don't  bleed. They act much like permanent color. They just don't have the chemical

2014-11-25 Natural color hair:

What I'm saying is, even when you repeatedly put permanent color over permanent color, your hair will continue to break down.  Even one color application causes a bit of damage. Demi color doesn't lift

2014-11-23 Thinning Shears on Thin Hair:

Hiya BD,    Don't worry. What we do to the outside has no effect on what's going on on the inside. That means, those bloody thinning shears didn't do anything permanent. However fast or slow your hair

2014-11-21 Natural color hair:

Hugs Tanya,    It's possible that you overdid the bleach a bit. If that's the case, it's very difficult to get color to stick.  You need to stick with demi color from here on out and layer it a level or

2014-11-17 Hair breakage:

Hi Francis,    Well I hate to hear this.  It sounds like it's probably breaking where the product overlapped but I don't know that for sure. I could make a hundred guess as to what went wrong but let's

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