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Kelly asks:
I have a super big problem. The past 3 years or so I have been using box highlights on my hair. I never had a problem with box highlights until about a year ago. My hair has become very thin and looks as if someone has taken scissors to my hair and chopped pieces off everywhere. Especially the highlighted pieces, I notice this usually a few weeks after highlighting. I also have thin hair naturally. I have also been using a chi straightener, it makes my hair look better, and I have to wash and blow dry my hair everyday. If I donít wash it, becomes VERY GREASY and if I donít blow dry itís horrible. So I donít know if this damage is from the highlights or the straightener? Iíve always had long, blonde hair so Iím afraid to cut off my hair or dye it back to my natural colour. Any suggestions?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Hi Kelly - the Chi Iron is fine, but not on over damaged hair, you need to go and see a professional about your cut and colour ........and about the BOX!! There is no magic in it, the magic comes from someone who knows what they are doing, go and see someone that works outside the BOX!





Laura asks:
My hair is quite fine and I wash it every morning because I donít feel I am awake if I donít! But after I have washed and, straightened it is fine. But as soon I leave the house and it gets a tad wet or a bit of wind ruffles it, it goes matted/or wavy and my fringe NEVER sits.

Calum TierneyAnswered By:
Calum Tierney
I know just how you feel! The weather plays a major part in how our hair looks so you have 2 options, the costliest one is emigrate to a much better, drier climate! The second and more cost effective is to invest in some products to help repel atmospheric moisture. GHD and Sebastian have amazing styling products that help repel moisture & hold your hair straight for longer, you would then need to finish with a hairspray from their range as this would also repel moisture & help your hair stay straighter for longer!







Frances asks:
I have been on a 500 calorie a day diet for six months. I am now back to eating normally but find my hair is falling out. I have fine blonde hair shoulder length. I would be grateful if you would advise me whether to cut it shorter or leave it long as I have a family wedding next April. Could you also recommend a hairdresser in the Glasgow area who specialises in fine hair?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Ok, if anytime is a good time then its NOW, short hair is the must have at the moment so yes it would be ideal if you want to go short. Also going shorter with the correct cut can make it appear fuller and thicker. As from falling hair, it is possible that changing your diet affects the hair whether itís finer, coarser, curlier or straighter. Try eating healthy foods also fish and salads and freshly prepared food. Have consultations in different salons in the Glasgow area (these will be free consultations) find the one that feels comfortable for you and go get that new short look





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