|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.
|Clare asks: |
I have very straight fine hair at the nape of my neck and the top and front. Everywhere else it is very thick, with random kinks, waves and curls. The only hairstyle that works is an inverted bob with the top cut shorter and my curls scrunched. My hair is just above jaw length but it takes ages to dry then straighten. Should I get it permed or is there any other style which might suit me? I have large features, a high forehead and a long oval face.
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It might be a good idea to consider having some form of light perm for body rather than curl. This way when you come to dry your hair it will be a lot easier and quicker for you and at the same time make the finer parts of your hair feel thicker. I am a great believer in letting your natural hair do what it wants to do, and also by not straightening it anymore the condition will improve.
|Altaf asks: |
I use to have long hair, after I had surgery I lost a lot of blood and my hair to, I have tried simply everything to make it thick and grow, but I end up loosing more hair, what do I do?
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Hair Loss can be due to a number of things stress being a major one, if your body is still under stress and you are using particular drugs this could have an adverse effect on hair growth. I would suggest at this minute you move away from wanting it long and thick again, work with what you have naturally. Aim to get a style you really like within the current length and then allow it to naturally grow. Donít force the issue, this can make it worse. There are supplements out there but they donít work for everybody.
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