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Marie asks:
I made a huge mistake using Pantene Shampoo and Conditioner. I had medium hair before, and after using Pantene my hair is so much thinner! I have lot a lot of hair. What can I do to fix it?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Donít worry, try using a shampoo and separate conditioner for fine or flyaway hair, also for thinning hair or a Volume Shampoo. And stay away from the bottle that causes your hair to go thin.





Suzanne asks:
I have naturally straight fine textured hair that I perm on occasion. I have well water and take medication. Is there a product that will strip my hair of the medication and chemicals from the water so that my hair will actually curl better (I get curl on the bottom layers and the top layer seems to straighten out after a few days).I believe my previous stylist used peroxide and perm solution before and also a product she referred to as Q-10. She moved away and know one else seems to be familiar with the technique. Do you have any ideas? I love the curly look but my hair is so hard to curl I always get disappointed.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
There is a perm out there by Wella called Riva Perm. Try the one called Resistant, this is for difficult to perm hair so should take pretty well. I never seem to have a problem with this product.







John asks:
I have baby fine thinning hair that I wear very short. My Stylist textures it with scissors when he cuts it. But I still need to put product on it so that it doesnít just lay flat. Everything I have tried gel, paste, in the tiniest bit ends up oozing down my scalp onto my forehead causing my forehead to breakout. Do you have any suggestions as to what I could use? Have you ever seen this before?

Mark WoolleyAnswered By:
Mark Woolley
It does sound like youíre having a terrible time with your hair products! One of the things that you learn when youíre on a shoot is that less is more as far as products are concerned. When you have models under hot photographic lights you canít have product dripping down their faces! I would recommend using a tiny amount of something very powerful, such as Fudge Hair Shaper and working a tiny amount through your hair. If that does not work, then you could even try using a tiny amount of hairspray to keep you hair in place. Again remember less is more, and go for a non-shiny type so that it is not too obvious you have product in your hair!





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