Fall Beauty Questions, Answered
Why should celebrities and models get to keep all the beauty gurus to themselves? Here, their go-to experts answer your questions.
Question 1: I am officially over my ombre hair. How can I fix it without cutting off too many inches? -Adina Benno, 31, Brooklyn, New York
The Expert: New York City hair colorist and salon owner Marie Robinson
She says: There's no need to chop off your hair-or see a professional, in most cases. First, pick a semi- or demi-permanent dye in the same shade as your natural color. The dye should be the opposite tone of your ombre ends because you'll use it to neutralize the lightened section. For example, a dark brunette with warm chestnut ends would use a cool ash-brown. Pick a deposit-only formula (with low or no ammonia) like L'Oreal Healthy Look Creme Gloss, $9. Apply the dye on your lighter ends only. A minute before you're supposed to rinse, get in the shower, wet your hair to emulsify the dye, then rub it all over as if you're shampooing. After