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Jenni asks:
Hi, Iím 65 years of age and I have shoulder length fine hair. I really would like to cut my hair short but Iím heavy set and wonder if it would suit me ? Any advice please. Thanks.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Jenni, I do think it will suit you, as you will be able to get body and volume more easily on shorter hair. I suggest if you arenít someone who spends lots of time styling your hair you opt for a really short perhaps inverted bob, with a side fringe as thatís so easy to maintain. Once you have mastered that you can go shorter, take the plunge!





Danny asks:
I have had this issue for a few years where conditioner causes my type of hair to become excessively shrunken, unmanageable, dry and frizzy. I used to only use shampoo back then and my hair looked and felt how it should. Whenever I use shampoo alone, my curls become defined and elongated and is able to absorb products, whereas when I use conditioner, all my products sit on top of my hair instead of soaking in and it feels somewhat crunchy?
Iím going back to using shampoo and pure oil as conditioner, however can you enlighten me (if possible) on why conditioners do this to me?
Thank you so very much!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Danny, Have you tried a conditioner for fine limp hair? The lighter the consistency the less of an issue you will have Ė more deep conditioning versions do tend to weigh the hair down and make it look flat and lank at the roots. Make sure you apply to the ends and comb through whatever conditioner you do choose to use so it doesnít weigh the roots down. Also try leave in conditioner, the lighter formula will work for you I think.







Lisa asks:
I have dark hair and for years have had it highlighted to a blonde. Now I am getting a lot of grey; my hairdresser was colouring my roots (grey) with a colour close to my natural and then foiling in my blonde, which kind of seems silly to put colour in and then take it out. What is the best way for me to have my blonde while covering my grey? I donít like the whole head solid colour, it looks too fake. How would you approach this problem with one of your customers?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Lisa, I would stop having the root colour, have lots more highlights in order to break up the tinted hair colour that you need to grow out and have a big haircut if you can brave it!
Then you will be well on your way to being totally natural, you can always have fine highlights in the winter months if you feel your hair looks dark. Good luck!





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