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418 Records Found matching query: fine hair     Record(s): 409 - 411
Madlin asks:
Hi there - I have hair just below chin length cut into a bob with long layers. My hair is naturally fluffy waves (not defined curls) soft and fine hair but a lot of it. My blow dry never holds for more than an hour after leaving the house - I use good products, let the layers cool, use a good brush and dryer but after exposure to cool morning air and steamy train ride my hair has completed fluffed up, not frizz but thick full waves. What would you recommend to combat this? Thank you in advance! Madlin

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Madlin, Sounds like you are doing everything right, all I can suggest is a humidity spray this should prevent the fluff and fly-aways and help the blow dry last.





Becca asks:
Hi, for years now, Iíve had fine, static hair. I canít even use a wooden brush or metal comb without my hair becoming static. Iíve tried all the tricks, using different brushes, shampoo and conditioners, going a while without washing it. I donít dye my hair or use straighteners/dryers on it. All the advice I get given doesnít work. Is there a product I should be using? I did try leave in sprays, oils and conditioners but that did nothing. Thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Becca

It sounds to me like you have tried everything, may I suggest a pure bristle brush, before you take it through your hair spray the brush with dry shampoo. I wouldnít normally recommend using a bristle brush on fine hair, but it does add moisture, skip the oils, serums and leave in conditioner unless itís a high protein one. Use a volumising shampoo, and dry your hair as slowly as possible. The dry shampoo on the bristle brush should calm the static, a travel size version can be kept in your handbag that way you should be able to control it during the day when you brush. ...More >

Good luck







Eliza asks:
Hey! Iím 16 years old and I have a lot of grey hair (possibly genetics) and I dyed my hair a year ago with Henna. It didnít really show but now I want to dye my hair into something new. My natural hair colour is dark brown(almost black); typical Asian hair colour. I want to dye it to a lighter brown and add some caramel/honey highlights to it. I can do the whole process myself through the help of YouTube videos however, I donít know what hair dye to use (for the brown and highlights).

Could you please tell me what brand and type colour would be the best and what do I need to use with it. Also, can you ensure that the colour and other things are purchasable in UK.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Eliza

Its difficult to advise you on exactly what colour to use as I donít know how much grey hair you have. So I am going to make a suggestion for you and keep fingers crossed, try using the New Líoreal Colleur expert express 2 in 1 kit, select 6.1 which is a light brown or dark blonde. If you hair is long you will need 2 kits. Follow the instructions very carefully and you should be fine. ...More >

Good luck





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