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Claire asks:
I have kind of in-between wavy and curly hair, and it always gets super puffy. Whenever I try to put it in a ponytail, I get puffiness and small curls sticking up all along my hairline by my face. Is there any way to get rid of that or to straighten it down without using a bunch of products?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
What I have found that works with the problem your having is to invest in a ceramic flat iron (1/2 ins). It will keep it from frizzing or curling .Then use a little pomade to keep it back with.

Tatiana asks:
: I had mixed spiral curls growing up but I would straighten it maybe every other month just so itís a longer length and manageable but I realized my hair is not the same Iíd straighten it but I became very proud of my curls. Only problem then was because of previous damage and a dye used at the beginning of this year my curls were all different sizes shapes and flat at the top. I used something that was supposed to curl it more but I used it the wrong way and I accidentally made my hair straight. Now my hair is straight strands, breaking, dry and brittle and my natural curls are no longer. So basically in the past year Iíve had relaxer and dye and my hair is horrible. Is there anything I can do or use to help reverse the accidental straightening and dryness and breaking and restore my natural curly hair and make it defined, full and moisturized?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Hi Tatiana - It sounds like you have over processed your hair I think what you need to do, by what youíre saying, is to get it cut and save the ends of your hair, and keep doing it till all the dye and relaxer has been cut out of your hair. Then you curl will come back, so there is hope for it.

Sharon asks:
I am a black British girl living in Melbourne Australia. I have had dreadlocks most of my adult life but shaved them off over a year ago and have regrown my hair for the past year with help from braids. I am now stopping the braiding and will be giving my hair treatments up until Christmas to get it into good condition as I want to keep a natural 2-3 inch funky dreaded afro (kind of like Gary Dourdan in CSI. I may have to ask a European hairdresser to colour it as there are very few Afro Caribbean hairdressers here. I want to colour it brown going into a goldy blonde on the ends. How would they do this? Would they just use bleach? Can I use a semi permanent instead to do less damage to my hair? And what products do you recommend I/they use? My hair is fine but there is lots of it so it is pretty dense and thick.

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
I can recommend the product Dark & Lovely by Softsheen and Carson for taking your hair colour up to the shade you want. Just click on the link to view the different shades you can purchase.

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