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Sarah Beasley asks:
My hair is shoulder length, is thinning, breaking and has a mind of its own. I have to wash it everyday because of the state it is when I get up and use hair straighteners as it goes crazy, it also even after straightening when I go out is affected by any weather condition, please any suggestions?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Sarah

I always say to people as a first instant with any hair concern whatís your diet like? It really does make a difference to have a healthy diet. The second thing is the shampoo and conditioner you use, make sure itís for fine hair and the conditioner is a very light detangling one and that you comb it through before rinsing. ...More >

Do you have straightening irons with temp control, if so please get some advice on the correct temp for your hair as many times people are using the irons on a temperature much to high and causing excessive damage.

There are some great finishing products available that have humidity blockers use one of those after styling. Have a good trim and do all of the above and Iím certain you will see a difference very quickly.





Tiff J asks:
HI, I have 4b curly hair, dyed black over henna. I have bleached before over henna and its fine. But I would like some advice on how to go about doing highlights on myself? What products, techniques etc

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Iím afraid I wouldnít suggest highlighting yourself, nip along to a local salon and ask if they have a model night and have it done by a trainee. Itís very difficult to get an even result and maintain the hairs integrity and I have concerns you will be disappointed with the result. If you have it done in a professional salon they will be able to advise you on maintenance and aftercare so you can maintain your new look.

I do hope this helps?







Samiha asks:
Hi My daughter is 14 years old and she has a skin disorder called vitiligo because of it her skin has gone from brown to pale white and her black hair is going white she started getting white hair from age of 9 and has been dying her hair dark brown since 11 years old her hair isnít damaged but Iím scared because of dying her hair too much it fall out before sheís 19.she feel like she has to dye her hair and hide the white as she would get bullied and made fun of so Please can you give me advice on what to do.

Deborah ChesterAnswered By:
Deborah Chester
Hello Samiha!

Most peopleís hair turns grey or white as they age, as the hair follicles cease to produce melanin, the pigment that gives hair its colour. But some people may start seeing their first white hairs much earlier than this . Poliosis is defined as a white forelock or localised as a result of vitiligo . Colouring the hair will not make it fall out as long as you are darkening the hair and not using strong bleaches or peroxides. ...More >

The safest option is to regularly use a semi permanent colour which does not contain peroxide and will help to blend the white hair.





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