|Krista asks: |
Hi, Iím a 16 year old girl who wants to cut her hair short.
I have black, fine thin hair. If I get a short haircut, I want to make it as big and fluffy as possible.. I think the best way would be to damage it as much as possible by dying it. I would like to hear your thoughts on that!
And another question. If I get short hair, can I just layer my hair from the crown?
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Short hair is easier to create texture and body, perhaps do and midlength and practice with different styling and finishing products. Make sure your using a volumising shampoo and spray on leave in condition (protein) this way you will have more body and volume before you even start styling. Another tip is to make sure you comb the styling products through from root to tip. Dry shampoo is a must for fine. Having highlights would help add more texture but put you name down at some salons to be a model and they will give you some great advice.
|Bailey asks: |
After colouring my hair for years Iíve had a few (bad) allergic reactions. After much research I believe itís a ppd allergy. (My allergy Doctor was no help and told me I wasnít allergic to anything.) I donít plan on colouring my hair again for fear of it happening again but now Iíd like to get a loose body wave done to my hair. Iíve never had a perm before and before I do it I want to make sure there are no similar ppd
chemicals in perm chemicals. All help is appreciated!!
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I think you have made the right decision in not colouring your hair anymore. Regarding a perm this should be fine as perms do not contain PPD but I would have your hairdresser apply some lotion just behind the ear first to make sure.
|Moss asks: |
I have always wanted thick and straight hair, I had it as a child, but unfortunately Iím the type of person who likes to experiment with my hair a lot. So long story short, itís kind of wavy and dry now. I was wondering if using mane n tail horse shampoo would help with straightening and making it thicker? Iím not prone to chemical straightening to be honest. Please let me know what I can do to make this happen.
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This is a common question that gets asked; why does hair differ from adolescence to adult hood? The answer is its just natural, the body and skin evolves and changes with age as does hair. This can affect both men and woman and can also occur when having a baby. Hairís texture will more than likely always change. I wouldnít necessarily put it down to a catalogue of errors regarding colours and chemical treatment, but this will affect the health of your hair. Shampoo and conditioner will not straighten your hair, it may make it smoother and softer but it wonít straighten it and there are enough on the market for you to use without going for something so unorthodox! I would suggest looking at keratin treatments in a salon near you. This is a smoothing treatment which put protein back into the hair and helps reduce frizz, while significantly improving the condition and texture. It can last up to three months so means you wonít need to use straightening irons as much.
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