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Emily asks:
I have baby fine hair I have just finished course of steroids which has made my hair limper than usual and dry . I would like to know how best to repair damage.

Karine JacksonAnswered By:
Karine Jackson
Steroids and any other medication dries out the hair and can change the overall texture of the hair. Although youíve now finished the course of steroids it may take a little while until they are fully out of your system. My best tips to getting your hair into better condition is to adopt a simple regime Ė use gentle products and donít wash the hair too often as this will cause it become much flatter. To give your hair fullness I would apply a spray gel or a dry shampoo into the roots and massage with your fingers.

Bailey asks:
After colouring my hair for years Iíve had a few (bad) allergic reactions. After much research I believe itís a ppd allergy. (My allergy Doctor was no help and told me I wasnít allergic to anything.) I donít plan on colouring my hair again for fear of it happening again but now Iíd like to get a loose body wave done to my hair. Iíve never had a perm before and before I do it I want to make sure there are no similar ppd chemicals in perm chemicals. All help is appreciated!!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
I think you have made the right decision in not colouring your hair anymore. Regarding a perm this should be fine as perms do not contain PPD but I would have your hairdresser apply some lotion just behind the ear first to make sure.

Amanda asks:
I have long blonde chemically treated hair. My hair is fine texture. I had it trimmed 4 months ago, and it doesnít seem to grow. I wash it every day as I do sport. Can you help?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
The reason it might seem as if it is not growing is that the ends might be splitting because of the colour, and so your hair wonít get any longer. I would suggest investing in an intensive condition treatment and having the ends of your hair cut more regularly, approx every 8 weeks. This should help the condition and promote better hair growth.

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