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Madhuchandru asks:
I want to have thick hair day by day I am losing my thickness as there is nobody in our family has baldness or hereditary evidence I am very concerned

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
There are many reasons why we lose hair, it could be linked to your health, diet or stress levels, and it could still be hereditary. Genetic hair loss patterns can skip two or three generations so even if your parents or even your grandparents have no hair loss problems it is still possible to inherit a hair thinning condition from a great grandparent. It would be a good idea for you to consult a Trichologist to try to establish the cause of your thinning hair. They may also be able to reduce or stop the problem. Call the Institute of Trichologists on 08706 070602 for your nearest practitioner.

Carlene asks:
I am an accountant, and a full-time mum of 4. I do not have much time to spend on doing my hair. I am considering a new style but do not know what to choose that would suit my body. I need something professional and easy to do and take care of. Currently I have long hair that is naturally wavy, and frizzy. I do have bangs that I poof up. My hair is always getting in the way. Up hairstyles do not flatter me much. They tend to make me look fatter then I am already. I would appreciate your help on picking a hair style that would suit my body and my profession.

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
You need to learn to control your frizzy hair, try JF Lazartigue styling gel to curl or straighten your hair. Get yourself a good set of straightening irons they will minimise your time and they are a good tool to make your hair look great in seconds. As for the style, talk to your hairdresser about your face shape but perhaps a bob below chin level graduated at the back would look smart fashionable and stylist in curly or straight

Will asks:
Hello, I am a 44 year old male who currently has short hair but would like to grow it long. I do have really thick hair though so what would be the best way to go about it? Do I just not get it cut and let it grow or would I need to get it trimmed and styled regularly? I would like it to be trendy and cut to a long, thick style instead of just a mass of hair.

Gary RussellAnswered By:
Gary Russell
Hey Will

First I would grow out the top if that is short. Once you have longer hair you can then begin to grow the rest and look at tucking it behind the ear and keeping it trimmed around every 10 weeks. There will be times you will want to chop it off as it will go through different phases. Make sure you see the same stylist each time you go as they will remember what you are aiming for and saves you explaining it again and again to somebody new each time. Also get some advice on products you will need a good wax to hold it back. If your hair is thick go for water wax (03) by Redken great for calming thick hair down.

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