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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.

Clare asks:
I have very straight fine hair at the nape of my neck and the top and front. Everywhere else it is very thick, with random kinks, waves and curls. The only hairstyle that works is an inverted bob with the top cut shorter and my curls scrunched. My hair is just above jaw length but it takes ages to dry then straighten. Should I get it permed or is there any other style which might suit me? I have large features, a high forehead and a long oval face.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
It might be a good idea to consider having some form of light perm for body rather than curl. This way when you come to dry your hair it will be a lot easier and quicker for you and at the same time make the finer parts of your hair feel thicker. I am a great believer in letting your natural hair do what it wants to do, and also by not straightening it anymore the condition will improve.

Dianne asks:
My previous hairdresser was really cautious with my fine long hair. I have it blonde and she never used heat and advised me not to, and to never backcomb or do anything damaging. My current hairdresser is more gung-go, using the dryer to cook my colour, combing it through, saying backcombing is fine, etc. My scalp is crusty from this latest colouring and I think there may be a slight deterioration in my hair condition. What is your opinion on the treatment of long, coloured, 50 old year old fine hair?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Colour can be left to develop with and without heat however, if you feel like it doesnít need the heat then leave it to develop naturally. As to backcombing, this is something that should be done gently and cautiously. Again if you donít need to then lay off and keep things simple.

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