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Adrian Haden asks:
Hi ! I have a dry scalp which means in winters I have dandruff. I also happen to have short silky hair. I wanted to ask is, which product would be best for me to style my hair the way I want it too with a dry look without it making my hair too dry ? I have tried a lot of hair gels which give a wet look but donít have a strong hold. I have also tried hair wax, good hold but it made my scalp WAY TOO DRY ! Can you recommend me something good ?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Adrian

I suggest you give your hair and scalp a really good clarifying shampoo, and then massage a tiny amount of almond oil into your scalp, leave for 10 mins then repeat the shampoo. Always use a light conditioner massage into your scalp before rinsing. This will help prevent your scalp from being so dry. I would suggest mixing 3 parts gel to one part serum to keep the strength to control your fine silky hair but also condition with the serum at the same time. Hope this helps x





Rebecca asks:
so i bleached my hair for the first time yesterday from dark brown and now i have very light gingery roots and medium brown hair everywhere else, its very patchy and awful should i bleach again? the condiiton seems fine, or do i have to dye a darker colour help

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Rebecca

You can of course re apply as long as your scalp and hair feel okay, you will need to be prepared to use a toner as there will be unwanted warm tones in your hair even after lifting with bleach again. ...More >

Good luck







Cece Harris asks:
I am in my early 50ís (female) with blonde and grey hair. I swim almost daily in an outdoor saltwater pool and have been doing this since April. I have very fine, limp hair and it has thinned some as I have gotten older. My hair is .

I keep my hair cut short.

I shampoo every time I swim. I am conditioning more since my hair has become more dry. Before I swam so often, if I used conditioner, it would weigh my hair down.

Can you recommend a certain shampoo / conditioner / treatment that I can get in the USA?

Thank you for your help.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Ce ce

Well done you sounds amazing swimming in salt water everyday! ...More >

A clarifying shampoo is best as that removes all the salt and mineral deposit build up in the hair, regular shampoo is not able to do thatís why it feels dry. I suggest a spray leave in protein (clear in colour not opaque) conditioner as they are practically weightless but do close the cuticle, protect and moisturize. Most brands available now on the high-street are great it is a little trial and error., but professional salon brands are always my first recommendation.

Take care





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