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Charlotte asks:
I am 13 years old I have long fine hair and want a change and was thinking about going curly I have never had anything done to my hair other than having it trimmed should I have a perm?

Damien CarneyAnswered By:
Damien Carney
I think 13 is a little young to consider having a perm. That said. A soft perm can add body and life to fine limp hair. With today’s technology and techniques it is easy to achieve a natural looking perm to most hair textures and lengths. Keep in mind to get the most of your perm, you need to keep the hair conditioned, trimmed and avoid excess heat this will maintain the life of the perm and keep the hair in tiptop condition.





Kendra asks:
My hair is fine to begin with but has been getting much thinner in the last 2/3 years that I have noticed it and maybe that is mostly caused by age (42), but I am wondering what I can do to change that - is there certain vitamins/foods that are recommended? I do not think its at the stage for medical treatment but I just want my hair healthy and to be thicker - it seems like I lose a lot more hair then grows back!! I have used Nioxin hair Products for Fine, chemically enhanced hair but not on a constant basis. I would like to know are they one of the top products to use for thinning hair or is there something better on the market? Are there any consumer reports on Nioxin products?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
I have found that professional hair loss products provide great results but I would suggest that you keep using the product. Most of my fellow professional hairstylist do recommend professional products and have had great results on their clients.







Amy asks:
All my life I have had coarse frizzy hair that I would brush straight despite its natural wave. Last year I got a body wave done that brings out some curls to it and I love it. Right now however I am interviewing for jobs and trying to get my long curly hair into a professional look. Any advice for keeping the length but still looking professional?

Andrew JoseAnswered By:
Andrew Jose
If your hair is wavy you need to manipulate the curls so they fall into loose curls rather than frizzy ones! I would suggest washing your hair with a curl defining shampoo and conditioner such as JLife Catch A Wave ...More >

After washing pat hair to get rid of excess water and use a serum based product for curls on the damp hair try. This will take the frizz out of your hair and help to define curls.

Then section hair and using your finger manipulate spirals, use a diffuser on your hairdryer to dry hair. You do not need to dry it completely! If you keep twisting your hair around your fingers it will guide the hair into nice loose spirally curls and after a few times of doing this it will be easier. This should give you as really nice look and is also a good look at the moment!





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