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Lisa asks:
I have light blonde highlighted hair which I have to straighten everyday I have been doing this for years and now my hair has snapped so it looks like I have a fringe which really does not suit me, how can I disguise this and how can I stop using my straightners I cannot just not use them because my hair is kinky and frizzy

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Head bands are a fantastic way to get full on sophistication and glamour with very little effort. Its also a great way of disguising a growing out a fringe or broken snapped off hair at the front! A variation of the 1860s Bardot look, head bands can be used to create big hair and big sex appeal! The band acts to create the illusion of fullness at the roots pushing hair back away from the face , making the hair kick out from underneath. Headbands will automatically transform your look from plain Jane to va va voom volume! A great tip for creating a frizz free voluminous, high glamour look is to put your locks in big velcro rollers when it is dry. Blast your hair all over with a hot hair dryer and leave in for twenty mins. Give your hair a fine mist of hairspray all over; try Hold Tight (£3.99 for 250ml). When that has dryed remove the curlers and brush it out using a product like Messed Up Spray Wax (£4.49 for 150ml) which stops your hair from frizzing and gives it a slightly messy look. You can also use Poker Straight Dehumidifier (£4.99 for 200ml) to stop fuzzy waves. To control flyaway hair, spray a comb with hairspray and run it through your hair or simply spray some Shine Head Shine Spray (£4.49 for 200ml) over your hair for the ultimate glass like effect. Then simply push the headband from the front of your hair to the back ensuring that it is set quite far back to open up your face and so it is less severe. Lastly back away from the straighteners - give your hair a break!! If you have a bend in your hair you should try my new product called Babewave styling crème - you apply it to your hair whilst its damp and let your hair dry naturally and it will give you that tousled look - it contains sea salt to define and keep any frizziness in check. Unless you do this now your hair is going to get worse and start breaking every where else to - remember to give your hair lots if TLC with treatments too!

Marie asks:
I have been having my brown hair highlighted with fine blonde streaks for about a year, but on the last salon visit they put in thick highlights and had to recolour with brown to thin them out. Now my hair is very dry and feels rough when wet. I have an appointment for a cut but do not know whether to let them recolour. It was done in late October and I have been putting it off since.

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
Well the best advice that I could give you is when you go back to the salon perhaps get them to do a strand test this would tell you if its condition is suitable. Also you should be treating your hair with a good conditioner or treatment. I can suggest a good one which is J.F. Lazartigue moisturizing mask. However if the colour is right now perhaps your hairdresser should only touch up the roots

Pooja asks:
Hi there. well basically i have fine hair but lots of it. i do have staright hair, but not totally and now especially with layers i tend to starighten it often. The hair that suits me the most is usally in the summer time when after starightening for 2 days on the third day my hair looks perfect. It is stick staright hair, which structures my face, and the hair looks like individual strands, as it may have a bit of grease that looks good. This type of perfect hair happens probably twice a year if im lucky. I want this to happen all the time, but i just dont know what products to use. Normally when i wash it , my hair becomes thicker, and wheni starighten it, that stick straight hair is not there, and if i leave it for a few days to geta bit greasy fror individual strand, then my hair looks so greasy, that i got to ewash it off.So please tell me what to do to, to get the perfect look im going for, please include, what u recommed for shampoo, conditioner, serum, finishing spray etc. Currently my hair looks ok, as i wash it , put a relaxing balm, then blow dry it, and use ghd iron with spray. However the spray thickens my hair again, and gives it a washed look. i then put abit of wax on. Sumtimes my straight hair stays , but most of the time it doesnt, especially in winter and living in britain. I hope i havent confused please please help me out, to get the perfect individual strand, stick staright hair look. cheers

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Hi Pooja, you are right to assume that using the correct products will make all the difference. Razzamatazz strait time is a great product for keeping your hair nice and stick straight. And to finish off the Razzamatazz Glitz will really work, but use this sparingly. Diana

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