|Jack asks: |
Iím a teenage boy with naturally thick, curly hair. People often say my hair is like Harry Styles. Most days I like to go for a very volumised and messy, surfer-like look (just like Harry). However, the other day I woke up and my hair was very different to normal, it was much more subtle but still had really nice curls. I want to be able to try and achieve that look again, so I can have the choice of 2 different styles for my hair. The style I want to try and achieve has much less volume, consisting of wavy locks that donít stick out from my head, but towards the ends of the hair it still has really nice big curls. Is there a way to bring out curls at the ends of my hair, without volumising the rest of my hair?
|Answered By: |
I would suggest trying Wella System Professional Polished Waves as a product. This will help give your hair a more defined curl but without the volume you are looking for.
|Dani asks: |
Every time I go to the hairdressers the main problem identified is that my hair is too wispy at the sides. Iím considering buying an inexpensive hair product, but Iím unsure what to buy. I also have to be careful since my hair does get rather greasy easily. What products can you suggest please?
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I would strongly recommend Sebastian Thickefy Foam which is a styling product specifically for finer hair.
|Grace asks: |
I permed my thick, naturally wavy/straight hair about 5 months ago. I then lightened my ends (ombre) about 3 months ago, which fried my ends (because I suspect, of excessive heat). About a month ago I dyed my hair all one colour (very dark brown, my natural colour) and my ends are still very frizzy and damaged. I cut my hair about 3 weeks ago my perm is still in tact from the top of my ears to about ten cm above the ends of my hair. I feel in a rut with my unhealthy hair and am not sure what to do from here. I do not have a stylist that I normally go to. What do you suggest I do?
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I receive hundreds of questions like yours, and always recommend that you visit a good top salon someone who specialises in Chemical work, I could think of many different ways to overcome your dilemma, on what you wrote, it sounds that you have long hair? If that is true, may I suggest you do not use any colours on your hair for at least 4 to 6 Months, during that time use the best Shampoos and conditioners you can buy, for example LíOreal do several hair repair treatments, Phillip Kingsley Hair scientists treatments have wonderful products to repair your hair, available on line here. These treatments work better in repairing your hair, give it the shine back and the bounce, dress your hair up in soft styles during the growing out period. Maybe after your hair is in good condition go to a good salon and ask them to apply a few very fine high and low highlights to break up the harshness of very dark hair. You could also take drastic actions and have your hair cut into a much shorter style, that of course would speed up the healing process of your hair. To find a good stylist, is easy, basically find someone whose hair you like. when you go shopping or on the street, tell them how much you like their hair and compliment them, then ask them who does there hair, recommendations like this usually work out well, then you have seen the work, all you need to do ask people whose hair you admire. Remember good conditioned hair is the basis for good colours and perms. as you say your hair is partly straight partly wavy, maybe you should consider changing your styles to suite the type of hair you have, there are many great hairstyles which look great with part waves and part straight, I do hope this advice will help you to understand my points I make and will help you to make a decision.
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