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Khadija asks:
I started relaxing my hair like 6 or 7 months ago and at first everything seemed fine. I plaited my hair in December and after loosing it I discovered a drastic change in my hair. One side had more hair than the other. The real problem is that the other side seems like it has been cut or something Iím really confused and donít know what to do and I donít want to cut my hair.

Rachel BakerAnswered By:
Rachel Baker
It sounds like your hair has been over processed to me. If they leave it on for too long, or use it on your hair when it is already in a bad condition it will result in hair breakage and loss. You must stop having your hair relaxed and let it grow out. Use lots of leave in conditioners that will re build the structure of your hair, and eat well. Taking multi vitamins and drinking lots of water will improve the overall health of your hair, skin and nails.





Louise P asks:
I have had my hair coloured for years, usually highlighted. I have a clump of grey hairs right at my parting. My hairdresser was applying a root colour and then adding highlights, but I was often left with a reddy tinge down my parting after 2 or 3 weeks. This time she left out the root colour and applied an ash blonde colour, this has lessened the reddy effect but my greys havenít covered over at all. This is happening all too often now. Surely it should be possible to cover my greys every time? My roots do come through very dark but the highlights built up over the years have my ends quite blonde.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Try using a lot of fine highlights on the parting taking fine sections this should soften the redness.







Lynne asks:
Iím 40 my hair is very fine, below my shoulders in length. Itís taken a long time to grow this length. Iíve recently gone through a life changing experience and would like a change but Iím terrified that if I make a mistake or that because of my age it will never be appropriate to have long hair again. Please help!

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
I understand it is daunting to change your hairstyle especially when you have had the same style for so long or you have been trying to grow the length for a while. If you are thinking of making a change I think now is definitely the right time to go for it. It will give you a confidence boost and will break that feeling of being too scared to try something different. The best look for you to try I think is the very stylish but sophisticated long bob also known now as the Ďlobí. It is such a great look, so flattering but easy to maintain and it also means you can keep some of that length. It is a favourite among the Hollywood celebs at the moment, like Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth Paltrow. It can knock years off your look making you look and feel great! Maybe have a look through the Style Gallery and pick out some pictures of hairstyles like the long bob that you think you could pluck up the courage to go for and take them in to your hairdresser so they get a good idea of what you want.





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