|Orna asks: |
Iím writing on behalf of my friend, before I begin I must say he has amazing hair - its between his shoulder blades and his shoulders and really suits him, but it is in a bad condition and he doesnít know why because he conditions it and I have never known him to blow dry it. Recently his hair has been looking increasingly split and an ongoing problem is this strange thing where if he so much as sleeps on it or touches it, it becomes horribly knotty and the knots simply wonít come out, and if you touch his hair when it is wet it makes the problem so much worse. Itís kind of frizzy and flyaway but quite fine and there is a lot of it! Itís very fragile he is half Greek half; white Caucasian if this helps you with a solution for his type of hair? He will get it trimmed an inch or two but wouldnít cut any more off. At the minute it is one length, he says he doesnít want layers but obviously if this helps then I guess he would consider it, his hair is long and very big and he wouldnít want to change that aspect of it, just the condition, knotting and the frizz.
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The best thing to do is to make sure that he uses a leave in conditioner. Such as razzamatazz bio plus leave in conditioner. It will keep the hair detangled. Make sure that he uses it liberally underneath where it will get most tangled.
|Lizzy asks: |
My hair is quite fine and is very flyaway, is a light brown and
goes down to just past my shoulders. Iím bored with the style and I
want to do something with it. My face is quite long and I was thinking of getting a brick fringe but I donít think I have enough hair to do that. I donít know what else to do with my hair because itís so puffy and light. Please help give me an idea on what to do!
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I would suggest a couple of options here. Firstly a fringe would work really well and possibly some layering/framing around the face would give your hair the appearance of being thicker.
Secondly you could consider going lighter with the colour as the colour product itself tends to make the hair feel slightly thicker.
|Katie asks: |
I have been trying to grow my hair for a while now, but it just doesnít seem to be growing. I have been having extensions for the last 2 years and it is getting to expensive to keep having them. Have you got any tips for me to do to try and make it grow? Or maybe were I could get some extensions from?
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I would recommend you introduce some vitamins and minerals in your diet to help encourage your hair follicles and the growth cycle. The B Vitamins can be very simulative. You will need to be a little dedicated and wait to see a positive effect taking shape after about 9 months. It would seem as if you have very fine hair and perhaps the hair extension technique you are using is too heavy for your hair roots. Perhaps you could try another technique such as the integrated weave which offers even distribution and I have seen very positive effects with clients achieving positive hair growth.
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