My ex has been colour of my sons hair from the age of 2 1/2

Alex - posted on 04/15/2016 ( 1 mom has responded )

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colour of my sons hair from the age of 2 1/2 Please can someone help me.
The mother of my child has been dying my sons head since age of three,she hasn't told me what she has been using on his hair although I have emailed her dozens of times. I do want to know if there's any products on the market that can actually lift to his hair by 4 or 5 shades to make it very blonde.

I am a hairdresser so I do know that the hair has been coloured. I just don't know with what.
On occasions when I cut my sons hair I have noticed that he has quite a few bald spots on his scalp where the hair is not growing. Can this be due to how are using colour on his head? I have Photos and videos to prove this.
My son has also been complaining about severe headaches that he has been having since the age of four years recently gone for a head scan at the hospital. Can severe headaches be linked to her colouring his hair, whether she is using sun in. Although I don't know with my hairdressing experience that sun in can lift a hair colour by 4-5 shade.

I have googled everything that I possibly can to find out as much information as possible.
Unfortunately on Google there is no information that I can find.

I have added some photos 1st at at with his natural hair colour which you can see is dark. 3 photo at 2 1/2 years old she already started colour his hair. 3rd showing 1 bald spot but there are many more now Will post more photos of the bald spot soon. 4th photo when he was 5 years old as you can see at 5 years old he has roots.

If you or anybody could help me in answering these questions I would appreciate it. Many thanks

Unfortunate can't upload photos of his hair what is bald spots although I have blocked out his face to not put his photo online.
Alex Douglas

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Michelle - posted on 04/16/2016

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I would suggest you get a lawyer. It's not good to colour a child's hair and you could probably press charges on your child's behalf.

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