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80 Records Found matching query: Thinning Hair     Record(s): 46 - 48
Beth asks:
I got some extensions put in (cornrows and stitched) now there is a definite line between where my hair ends and the extensions, they are lighter than my own hair. Will a cut help or can I colour the extensions?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
It would seem that your technician did not colour match your hair correctly. This would result in the hair extension becoming noticeable. With regards to visually seeing where your hair ends because of a visible line, this is also due to your technician not blending the ends of your hair properly. When you have a blunt cut at the ends of your own hair, it is important that the ends are thinned to reduce that visible line. This does not mean that your hair has to be chopped into or much length taken of. Just some thinning scissors on the ends should be enough.





Susie asks:
My main problem is that I am 20 and I have long hair that is quite thin, brittle and damaged at the ends. Because my hair is damaged I tend to use hair straighteners only once every 1-2 weeks, with a heat defense spray, but still find that I am losing a lot of hair. I think that the reason for my hair loss is genetic in the sense that my mum had quite thin hair. But my main concern is that I don't really want to lose the length, but would rather try and do something to keep it in a healthier condition and looking thicker, or use something that will combat the hair loss, please help?

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
Although the thinning of your hair could be due to genetic factors it is more likely to be caused by the breaking of brittle hair in poor condition. It is really important to use a good conditioner every time you wash your hair and a deep, intensive treatment once a week until the condition improves. Try the Trichology Pre-Wash Reconditioning Treatment this is a super strong and highly effective treatment for restoring the condition of your hair, increasing elasticity and preventing breakage. Keep having a little cut off the ends of your hair and, in time, the hair which did break - but which will no longer do so - will catch up with the rest and you should have a substantial, attractive quantity of hair ending at a good length rather than thin and wispy long hair.







Brittney asks:
I hate my hair. I have brown thick hair with some body. Its almost shoulder. It has some layers at the bottom. It was cut really short and was shaved in the back before but I let it grow out. It is now less thick than it used to be but I still hate it. I have an oval shape face and want a short hair cut. I do not want it shaved and do not like old or really curly styles.

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
Ask your stylist to add some texture to your hair by using a razor or some texturising scissors or thinning scissors. This will give your hair a trendy, funky style & take away some of the bulky, thickness. I think you will love it!

Katie Dale





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