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Nicola Jane asks:
I am 39 and have coloured hair. Naturally my hair is wavy/curly in places/frizzy. Can you recommend a non chemical hair relaxer/ straightener that I can use myself as I fear if I keep straightening my hair with the GHDs will damage it and I just hate how it looks when I leave it to dry naturally. I already use your shampoo, conditioner and heat spray.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Frizzy hair can be a nightmare and using GHDs or heated irons can be really damaging. With the right products it doesn’t need to be painful to achieve your perfect look! ...More >

Use my poker straight shampoo with P2Fifty and my poker straight conditioner with P2Fifty is a great start as it tames kinks in your hair straight from washing and leaves a super glossy finish.

Another great way to keep your hair in top condition and barely lifting a finger is by using my poker straight sleepover overnight treatment which works on your hair overnight and helps replenish damaged hair.

Follow with my poker straight intensive treatment with P2Fifty use this to repair damage from hot irons and leave your hair feeling moisturised and feeling healthy.

Before drying your hair apply a walnut size amount of my poker straight glistening balm to wet, which will not only tame your frizz but give you an amazing shine as well.

Ellen asks:
I have med brown hair with highlights (coloured) and I want to get my hair back to its natural sandy golden dark blonde/very light brown. Could you give me a bit of advice on how to achieve this, with the minimum amount of damage? This needs to be done at home as I cannot afford salon prices.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Doing this yourself can be very difficult and needs a professional. Try visiting your local salons for advice and ask them if they could provide a colour service for you on some of their training sessions. This way you would have a professional salon looking after you at a far lower cost. ...More >

The only think I would recommend to do at home (and it is totally dependant on what colour your highlights are?) is a colour that is totally temporary that washes out.

My advice would be visit your salon and ask what the options are.

Celina asks:
My roots have grown and my highlights have become lighter and the base coloured hair has slightly faded what do you suggest?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
It sounds like your ready to have your colour topped up however if you want to tone down the highlights try a vegetable colour, this is a simple wash that will delicately tone the hair down and keep things balanced.

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