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Aiyah asks:
I have very thin hair. It is a little past my shoulders and it always frizzes up. I had a perm put in because my hairdresser said it would give some body, but it didn't it just made it frizzier. Is there anything I can do to treat my hair and make it thicker?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Sounds like you already had body in your hair and it just needed to be controlled. If I might suggest searching for a new hairdresser that will truly understand your hair and find a style that will make your hair do what you want it to.





Michelle asks:
My hair is thick and long, so can occasionally get greasy, but since I have coloured it has been limp and lifeless, with an excess of oil at the roots. Are there any shampoos or treatments available to cleanse my hair whilst maintaining the colour?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Your colour service may have left your body feeling like it needs to replace sebum (oil). What I would do first is

Wash your hair with a mild shampoo (not for greasy hair)?
While shampooing only give your hair a light massage, and try not to wash it every day as this will increase your sebum production.
You need a certain amount of oil on your scalp and if you are removing it all every day with shampooing then your body will try and replace it quicker as it is getting the message that your scalp is dry. Also after shampooing on the final rinse use cool water to cool down your scalp. Also use a light spray leave in conditioner and only apply this to your mid lengths and ends ensuring it does not come into contact with your scalp. Please try the above first as this may well sort out you problem after the chemical colour service you have just had







Sasha asks:
I am using a medicated shampoo for dandruff. The thing is that I love very volumised thick hair and since using the shampoo I can not use my regular volumising shampoo or products. What would you suggest? Could I still use volumising and thickening products whist using the medicated shampoo?

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
I would definitely suggest using a professional product to stimulate volume and body. Using a good product such as NIOXIN will help to motivate a fuller look whilst also helping with dandruff. Another option is to introduce a tint to your hair as this will help to give more texture and build body.





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