|Adrienne asks: |
I have thick coarse dry fizzy and wavy hair it is shoulder length I want to cut it but do not know what to get I was thinking a short angled bob short in the back and the front chin length so it will not take long to flat iron it. Would this be a good idea if not what should opt for my hair grows very quickly?
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If you are prepared to spend half an hour each day straightening your hair then this cut will be fine for you. However, might I suggest that you go for a consultation with the hairdresser and ask for their suggestions for a style that suits your hair texture and will take the minimum of time to blow-dry or style each day. That way life will be easier for you.
|Lynn asks: |
I have fine past the shoulders (long hair) it is layered with bangs and it is fly-away. I have tried spraying my brush, using a spray
conditioner and a regular conditioner, but to no avail. The
conditioner weighs my hair down and I cannot get any body or fullness. It ends up looking like a wet poodle that used a straightening iron. I am a professional and I need help. I also want my hair to look thick and full. After everything, my hair is still fly away. I also have coloured or higlighted hair. Please help with an answer.
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Even poodles get groomed from time to time and often end up displaying a lovely and sometime visually challenging style. Everyones hair can be managed it is just a case of finding out which products, method and daily care programme you need to apply each day or week to end up with the manicured look you want. Hair extensions can help if they are applied as hair enhancement to help add volume and texture to your own head of hair. It is very important to select the right type of extension method, one that will not damage your hair at the root especially on removal. It does not help to use too many different products or too many products at once, they may clash with each other and contribute to some of the problems you have described. Find a brand and use the items your need from that brand. If your hair is dry use a moisturising product, if your hair is greasy then use a product that will help this situation. We have consultants around the country, if you would like to discuss a hair enhancement program, please send us an email and we will direct you to the nearest consultant.
Finally, with the right help, you will achieve your overall objective.
|Trevor asks: |
My girlfriend has light blonde hair, recently she went to a Hair salon and told them she wanted subtle low lights, they put low lights through her section and it went brown all on top, she has layers in her hair and you could see the difference in the colour. She bought a highlighting kit at Boots and went over it. But it looks a mess. We go on hol in a few weeks, she went to another hairdresser who said they could bleach bath the dark streaks then put blonde all over. She wants to get rid of the streaks but is very scared in case it goes wrong again. Is this information right which she has been given. only this is the 2nd time this year her hair has gone wrong and its really getting her down. She uses Kerastase bain de force to keep her hair strong.
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Firstly, once your girlfriend went into the chemist and then tried to do the job herself she made the whole situation worse! Never ever colour your hair at home if you do not know what you are doing because you mess it up! It takes years to train to be a colorist and it is not a simple easy job. The mistake of the brown on top and the balance being wrong with the layers, your friend should of complained to the salon manager and that would have given the salon the opportunity to put it right, give further training to the member of the team that got it wrong and you and the salon would have been happy. Now you have added more colour to it, its all sounds a mess. If the salon does a beach bath on the dark pieces these will go orange, the rest of the hair will become dry, and the end result will most likely be a brassy uneven full head tint of a yellowy orange blonde, in poor condition. If this is what your friend wants then fine. But do not have false expectations of what the hair salon can do for you. I recommend that you find a salon with a colour specialist in it, who has trained and holds the L Oreal colour special degree, who I know would be able to colour your hair and give you the correct advice. This is not a job for an inexperienced colourist.
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