|Carl asks: |
I am one of those that hate to get my hair cut regularly and avoid it as much as possible, I know and read that people say that if you cut your hair regularly avoid heat and products then it will be amazing but I am a guy that likes to grow my hair and have it quite long (For a guy) and want a full and thick look- currently I think my hairs not in the greatest shape although when I wash it daily I am currently using Tresemme 24hr body because it apparently helps build volume. I feel it is quite thin though specially the fringe I notice that when I do go to hairdressers my fringe ends up being less than it was regarding coverage - I cannot seem to get a fuller fringe anymore where as when I first started growing my hair this length I could pretty much cover the full forehead with it then after I decided to go to a proper hair stylist to style it (as it wasnít really styled after it grew a lot more) I just seemed to start getting less of a fringe and now its no where near to fully covering my forehead.
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As time goes on our body changes as does our hair. It maybe the case it becomes thinner, greasier, fuller, thicker or dry and frizzy. This needs to be accepted in how we grow and change. As for your fringe problem if itís possible ask your stylist for a fuller heavier fringe this should become thicker and fuller. A good hair cut leaving you with a style (not a trim) should help
|Maria asks: |
The fringe of my hair has gone very thin, I have used many products but feel I have been wasting my money, the more I am worrying about it, the worse it is getting!
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The first thing to do is stop worrying- the thinning of your hair can be easily remedied, without going to drastic measures. Aside from taking supplements and maintaining a health balanced lifestyle, just follow my 4 easy steps to doubling the volume of your hair instantly- no expensive treatments needed.
- After washing your hair rub a generous amount (about a tennis ball size amount) of Lee Stafford Ddouble Blow Mousse into your hair, which should help give you that root lift and movement that you need in your fringe and the main body of your hair to create added volume and thickness.
- Then as you blow dry you fringe be careful not to use too high a heat setting as this can dry out and damage your hair thus adding to the thinning problem.
- Be sure to vary the heat and wave of the dryer so that you donít concentrate the air flow on one section for too long.
- Why not also try using my Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment in between shampooing and conditioning your hair. This product has a soothing formulation which reduces irritation caused to the hair by day to day products and moisturises the scalp. Massage a generous scoop of the treatment into your roots and leave for 5 minutes. Rinse out and condition as normal.
|Natasha asks: |
I am growing my hair and my fringe is down to my eye, but when I try to style it and curve it round it always just ends up being straight, so I clip it back!!
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You probably need a product with a little bit of hold - to keep your hair curved round until it can go behind your ear. Regular hair spray will probably give too much hold. Try something like Lee Stafford Beach Babe Salt Spray which gives your hair just the right amount of hold and body without looking too ídoneí! Another great way of disguising a fringe that is growing out is to simply pull it back with a head band or a band. These bands keep fringes in check giving serious Grecian glamour at the same time. You can mix up the look by putting hair up or simply leaving it down and tousled, depending on what look you want.
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