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Marie asks:
My hair is very fine, but the last 6 months or so it seems to be getting worse and my scalp is beginning to show. I don't know if it is getting thinner or I am losing my hair. I am getting quite paranoid about looking bald. Is there anything I can do to make my hair thicker or make my roots appear thicker so my scalp doesn't show through? I have to wash my hair every day, will this be making it worse? I have considered extensions but don't really want any high maintenance styling also I have heard they are expensive to have done!! Can you please help?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I donít know what colour your hair is but you might want to think about making it darker if itís on the light shade, being darker it will give the illusion of being thicker and the colour will give it more body. You might also like to consider a hair loss concealer such as DermMatch available in various shades

Kay asks:
I am currently on a hormone treatment called Zoladex to treat Endometriosis. When I have been on the treatment before I was not allowed to perm my hair either during or for about two months afterwards. I am 41 now and colour my hair frequently to hide grey. Can I still do this whilst I am on the treatment. I am into my fourth month of the treatment and have another three to go and my hair desperately needs colouring.

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
Although the risk of perming solutions and colouring agents entering your body and interfering with any drugs you are taking is very small it is still best to play it safe. If you want to colour your hair whilst on the drug treatment I would suggest that you use semi-permanant colours which will wash out over a period of a few weeks rather than a permanent tint. These types of colourings work in a completely different way and are much safer to use. If you are unsure which to use consult your hairdresser.

Shiny asks:
I have wavy hair up to the neck level, I cut my hair with 2 layers, only at the back usually. My hair is so thick, now I would like to cut shorter layers at the front. But I wonder if my hair will become so puffy and frizzy. What hair cut should I do?

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
Layers are best left to the professionals as they can really transform a style. Layers are like an optical illusion and are a fantastic way to give hair instant body and volume. They are really versatile and can be used to varying effect, so in order to gain dramatic volume cut the layers shorter around the crown or for a more graduated and subtly volume lift go for longer layers. Just remember that the front of the hair is more noticeable so if you cut it wrong, it is harder to hide!

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