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Rosemary asks:
My hair has been thinning for over two years, and I would like to try having it cut short and permed. Is there a safe perm I could get done?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Rosemary, an acid perm with a great aftercare program of protein shampoo, conditioner and treatment masks weekly will really make a difference and could very well be the solution to your needs. Good luck





Olivia asks:
My hair is very damaged. I wear it in a very short style, because most of the lengths and ends have broken away, and it desperately needs a trim, but I don’t want my hair to be any shorter than it already is. How can I encourage my hair to grow longer faster? And how can I get rid of the split ends without making my style even shorter?

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
You need to get rid of the damaged split ends and the only way to do this is by cutting the hair, as they are beyond repair. However, don’t worry, as the damaged ends tend to be very fine anyway, so getting rid of them won’t drastically alter the appearance of your style and will actually make your hair look much healthier and your style look far more flattering.
Use products to help restore the damage to your remaining locks, and to help prevent further damage – investing in an intensive conditioning mask rich in proteins and a protective leave-in conditioning spray with heat protective qualities is a good start. You should also consider trying a monthly professional conditioning treatment, which will help to initiate the repair process, continuing until you see a marked improvement in the quality of your hair. Once you’ve tackled the damaged hair, you can shift your focus to encouraging new healthy hair growth. Stimulate the follicles with regular scalp massage, using a detoxifying ‘exfoliating’ shampoo, which helps to promote growth further. If you worry that diet or an underlying health issue is affecting normal hair growth then speak to a Trichologist – hair loss clinics such as Unlimited Hairloss Solutions, who we recommend to our clients suffering from thinning hair – can help you with this. If you really can’t wait for your new healthy hair to return then you should consider extensions.

At our nine Westrow salons we offer hugely effective, seamless extensions that won’t damage existing hair, however any local professional stylist or salon that specialises in extensions will be able to help you find the right type to suit your hair, your hair goals and your lifestyle.







Shelly asks:
My hair started thinning out a little over a year ago and my hair is now about half the thickness it once was. Blood tests showed my hormones and vitamin levels were normal. I’m starting to see some regrowth, but as my hair is very fine naturally, the ends are now looking very thin and transparent. I don’t use heated products on it or dye it. Would monthly micro trims be my best bet to thicken the ends up? It’s currently sitting a few inches below my shoulders and I really don’t want to go much shorter.

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
Hair thinning can be caused by a number of factors, from genetics to stress, and some of these won’t be determined from a standard blood test, so speaking to a qualified Trichologist at a clinic such as ’Unlimited Hairloss Solutions’ can help you to determine the cause of your thinning. If you’re confident that the thinning has stopped and your hair is starting to return, the fine ends are most likely to be the thinner hairs that grew during that phase. Avoiding damaging and thinning these ends further is important, so avoiding heated appliances is a good start, and using products that will strengthen and fortify your strands will also help. Regular micro trims will also help, by preventing these finer, weaker ends from splitting, without compromising the length of your hair. Don’t be put off because you’re concerned about losing length: blunt, freshly chopped ends will create the appearance of fuller, thicker locks. ...More >

To create the appearance of more fullness in your hair, you need to invest in products that contain thickening formulas and ingredients designed to add density and lift. Try L’Oréal Professionnel’s Serie Expert Volumetry Shampoo and Conditioner, followed by a texturising product.

To give an instant, more noticeable boost to your hair’s thickness and length, speak to an experienced stylist about hair extensions. There are so many different types available – from clip-in temporary extensions to longer lasting varieties – that you might find this is the best solution for you, while you wait for your hair to return to its usual thickness.





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