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Faisal asks:
I have fine hair and I use hair colouring products to cover the grey roots. I use shampoo and conditioner for coloured hair. Now I have also got a dandruff problem. What shampoo and conditioner do you suggest. Plus how often should I shampoo?

Dawn CooperAnswered By:
Dawn Cooper
I would recommend you ask your hairdresser to recommend a good quality professional shampoo and conditioner which will not affect the colour but also target your problem. It may not be dandruff, you may not be rinsing your hair enough so make sure you rinse for a couple of minutes to remove all the shampoo and conditioner. Shampooing is a personal decision but if you can give your hair a miss every other day that is always best. If you have to wash it everyday, just try rinsing your hair rather than using shampoo.

Beverley asks:
I want to stop coloring my hair (reddish blond) and allow the grey to come in naturally. How do I do it subtly and with class?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
You need to try to remove as much of the red as you possibly can and then try to apply some very fine blonde high lights that you can tone down with a blue violet toner to make then look more greyish than blonde.

Enas asks:
My daughter is 13 years old, she has frizzy thick hair and yet fine thin hair at the forehead (around her face) which gives a bad impression. How can I manage to smooth her hair particularly around hair her face and make it straight and soft?

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Try having a fringe, either sweeping, or cut with a razor to make ends move, so you can keep it longer, middle to tip of the nose length, or try a fuller fringe with weight to keep the frizz down. The ends of the fringe should be point cut. Nozzle dry at the root area, try a serum to tame, smooth and not tangle.

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