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Laura asks:
I have recently read about the new straightening product available on the high street (Boots) which permanently straightens your hair. I am very interested in this as the Yuko system is too expensive for me (am a student!). I have highlights though which contain some bleach (half head). The product does not recommend use on coloured or highlighted hair, would it be safe to use? What could happen? I have dark blonde shoulder length thick hair.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
I do not know which product you are thinking of but I would not recommend straightening your own hair at home, this is a chemical process and needs to be done by an expert in a salon.





Sarah asks:
I have mousey coloured hair normally. It is very thick and very strong. I had it bleached blonde years ago through the cap, now its black and I want to go back to it, I know this is hard work - but please can you advise me how to go about this? Cost and time are not an issue.

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
It is very difficult to highlight, I would suggest you get into this very slowly. A good hairdresser will know the right process. As for the system to use I would suggest foils as the colour would process better. This is going to be a hard job so please do not forget to use a good care range I would like to suggest the moisturizing range by J.F. Lazartigue.







Giselle asks:
About 4 months ago I finished an intense 6 month chemotherapy treatment. Luckily I did not lose all of my hair but it did thin down. I have naturally curly hair but prior to having chemo I had it chemically straightened and coloured (this is before finding out about my cancer). Now my hair seems to be neither here or there. If I do not use styling mousses or leave-in conditioners it looks horrible, very frizzy and the top part is the new hair coming through and it looks wavy the bottom half is straight but looks very dry, when left out it is below shoulder length. I have tried numerous amounts of products recommended by hairdressers here in Australia, but none have helped. It is very depressing as prior to having the chemo my hair was extremely long (1/4 up from my backside) and plentiful. Any help that you can recommend will be greatly appreciated.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
I am sorry to learn of your illness and subsequent problems with your hair. Can I suggest that you cut your hair to perhaps bob length, treat it to lots of conditioning treatments, eat healthily and basically you will find in no time it will look and feel better. Good luck





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