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Shazia asks:
I am 25 years old female my only problem is my thin hair, I am fed up of hiding my thin hair from others. Also I cannot make any style. I want to change my style, I have visited many salons but no one can satisfy me. On the upper portion of my head my hairs are very less how can I overcome my problem please give me some advice and a nice hair style.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
It sounds to me that you would be better of going towards something shorter. To make the upper portion of your hair look thicker I think a very good style is a graduated and slightly layered shorter bob. With the graduation in the back area that will support and push up the top hair and give it more body and make all of your hair look thicker. I would also just slightly layer the top area to emphasise more body and thickness. I would keep the bottom line of the hair cut blunt and sharp. The length of the hair cut all depends of what suits your face shape and obviously that would be best to make it look as thick as possible.





Allison Blythe asks:
Is it necessary to use shampoo on your hair? I have heard if you stop using it your hair is more shiny and manageable?

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
If you stop washing your hair sebum, natural skin oil, will spread along the hair shaft and coat the hair. On the positive side, sebum is the best conditioner in the world as your sebum is made exclusively for you and will greatly help to keep your hair in good condition. On the negative side, your hair will be, and will look, greasy, and after a short time this oil will oxidise, turn rancid and smell. If you (and your family and friends) do not mind this, ok but these days, with so many excellent products around, there really is no need to go to these measures. It is best to treat your hair and scalp like any other part of your body, wash it regularly with a good quality shampoo and always use a conditioner. You will have beautiful hair ... and smell nice!







Matthew asks:
I have medium length hair it is very soft and when washed and dired goes very floppy. I have to use a lot of wax and gel to to it upright which makes it look unnatural and very greasy. What can I do to get nice and fluffy hair which looks appealing? Please help me.

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
I think the answer is that you need to have some layers cut into the style to create more body and hold. Also, try not to over condition the hair as this can make it soft and unmanageable - rather than using a rinse out conditioner, use a spray conditioner and see how that feels. Sometimes using a hairspray will give the hair the hold you need without actually weighing the hair down like a wax or putty can. Why not visit your hairdresser and ask for a consultation on what products they would recommend for your hair type? Unlike supermarkets or chemists, hairdressers are experts in their field and will gladly suggest the right products to achieve the look you desire.





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