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<pre><pre>Leading hairdresser reveals the four things that her clients knew

& # 39; Ash blonde & # 39; is not always a cool tone and expensive shampoo is NOT a rip off: the four things your hairdresser wants you to know

  • A hairdresser has revealed the hair facts that she wanted everyone
  • Zoe Solley, salon manager at Heading Out Hair, has shared her four opinions
  • She said that & # 39; asblond & # 39; is not what you think it is and that you should not prevent you from getting a piping
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A top hairdresser has revealed what she wants her customers to know about their own hair.

Talk to stuff, Zoe Solley said the salon manager at Heading Out Hair in Melbourne, while you may think that expensive shampoo is a rip-off, it never is.

Zoe revealed a host of other secrets – why & # 39; asblond & # 39; not always a cool tone in the fact that there is no substitute for a trim.

FEMAIL reveals some of its top secrets.

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To make the trip to the hairdresser less stressful, an expert has revealed what her own customers knew about her

1. Ash Blond is not what you think it means

Many people ask as blonde that they think they are asking for a light and tough look, while they are actually asking for a blonde with a gray tint.

& # 39; People say ash and think it just means the opposite of hot. Sometimes people want warm tones, and they [still] say ash. Usually they just mean a creamy blonde, & Zoe told Stuff.

If you are trying to avoid copper-colored hair, do not ask for it and bring photos of what you want the hairdresser to do instead.

2. There is no substitute for a trim

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When trying to grow their hair, many people avoid a trim in favor of getting longer.

But unfortunately Zoe said if you have split ends, your hair will just keep splitting if you don't cut them.

Cutting off split ends makes the hair strong and healthy and the hairdresser said it will grow your hair.

If you have had a bad experience with a hairdresser who has cut too much in the past, Zoe suggested you to visually show them what you're happy with.

Many people ask for blonde as they think they are asking for a light and tough tone of hair, while they actually ask for blonde with a gray tint

Many people ask for blonde as they think they are asking for a light and tough tone of hair, while they actually ask for blonde with a gray tint

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Many people ask for blonde as they think they are asking for a light and tough tone of hair, while they actually ask for blonde with a gray tint

Many people try to avoid a trim when growing their hair, but unfortunately Zoe said that if you have split ends, you will keep splitting your hair if you don't cut them

Many people try to avoid a trim when growing their hair, but unfortunately Zoe said that if you have split ends, you will keep splitting your hair if you don't cut them

Many people try to avoid a trim when growing their hair, but unfortunately Zoe said that if you have split ends, you will keep splitting your hair if you don't cut them

3. That woman on Instagram didn't wake up with that hair

Instagram is a great place to create her inspiration images for great hair, but not all of them are realistic expectations when it comes to your own parts.

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Zoe said that on every photo you see online, the hair is styled with pincers and curlers, so the color of the hair looks incredible.

If you don't style your hair this way every day, you may not be so impressed with the color.

She suggested that you lower your expectations and that you work with how you shape your hair on a regular basis.

Instagram is a great place to collect her inspiration images, but not all of them are a realistic expectation of your own hair

Instagram is a great place to collect her inspiration images, but not all of them are a realistic expectation of your own hair

Instagram is a great place to collect her inspiration images, but not all of them are a realistic expectation of your own hair

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4. Expensive shampoo is worth every penny – and no it's not a rip off

Zoe told the publication that it appears to be difficult to get people away from supermarket shampoos to more expensive products.

& # 39; There is not really a product that it is going to [repair] if you do not use the right shampoo and conditioner, & # 39; she said.

& # 39; Nine out of ten times, if your hair is oily, it is because you are using a cheap product that weighs your hair. & # 39;

Instead, you should try the more expensive products – which are often free of sulfates and other nasties.

The hairdresser said that after just a few washes, your hair will notice a difference.

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