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Corinne asks:
I wonder if you can help me. I have fine hair that is grey. I love the colour of it, but I have noticed lately that the grey is tarnished in two spots (each side of my parting). I use the blue shampoo. Is there a product, a rinse that I can use to get rid of the tarnish look and get back my silver grey hair?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
There are a couple of really good products on the market for you. One is Wella System Professional Silver Saver Shampoo and the other is Wella Colour Fresh Manhattan 0/6.

Both will help revive the silver and make it brighter.





Karen asks:
I have pretty stubborn hair, and I donít know what to do to keep it under control. When I straighten it, it looks fine for a while. The thing about my hair is, it stays straight but gets bigger and bigger so it looks really unattractive. Are there any sprays or lotions or anything I can use? Itís long, wavy, and frizzy/puffy naturally). Biosilk and Finesse do not work, and my hair straighteners from Conair do not work that well either. I have tried straightening in small sections but it reverts back to normal in a very short time. Iím afraid to walk past fans because my hair will blow in different directions and all that time would be ruined.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Humidity is obviously getting into your hair either that or you are not drying your hair completely before straightening, which will cause your hair to revert to frizz. Make sure that you use a good non chemical hair relaxer such as Razzamatazz strait time, comb it through to make your hair smooth and then dry this in thoroughly before using flat irons. Once your hair is dry use a serum such as razzamatazz glitz to keep out humidity.







Gina asks:
I have fine hair and its very scraggy and layered I want a complete make over colour and cut. I was thinking of a blunt cut should I start growing my layers out? I have a Mediterranean skin colour any advice?

Martin HillierAnswered By:
Martin Hillier
Well Gina, sounds like a plan to me! Great choice when you have unruly finer hair a strong blunt shape will look fabulous! But donít feel you have to suffer as you move towards your goal; your hairdresser will be able to start getting a solid shape with a little graduation into the exterior shape of your hair cut, as you grow the layers out. Itís a great way to transition and still feel stylish. As for your skin tone and colour. It sounds like you have an olive skin tone, so warmer reds, chocolate browns would all help to enhance a strong shape. But as always consult with your local professionals for advice and swatches, so you can see the choices for yourself.





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