|Allison asks: |
Hi, My hair is quite fine and at the moment in a chin length bob style although I always where it up. My hair never seems to have any volume even though Iíve tried it seems everything. If I donít use hairspray it just goes limp. how do I get my hair more bouncy and keep a style. Iíve even thought about having a perm. thanks
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Thanks for your message.
I am not saying no to having a perm, as done properly it can be a great way to create body in otherwise lifeless hair but there are a few things you could try first before for going for something so permanent. Also it is important to have an elasticity test before any type of perm, as your hair sounds to me as though it might be lacking in elasticity, in which case a perm is not the best option for you and it will be more a case of building up your hairís strength before concerning yourself with having lots of body. ...More >
The bob style you describe sounds like a good length for making fine hair look thicker but there are also lots of cutting techniques which can help. I would avoid having lots of layers, they might give body and movement in thicker hairstyles but they will take away the weight which your hair needs. Instead I would create movement through secret, internal layers. We have a technique called scaffolding which we use in the salon and itís a fantastic way to support fine hair from within.
Colour is also a great way to add body to fine hair. Highlights, carefully placed throughout, will give the illusion of movement, and this doesnít mean you have to go blonde work with your natural tones to find a highlight colour right for you. I would also try having a gloss colour to add shine and swell the hair, again giving it more life. A gloss colour close to your natural hair will avoid regrowth problems but will plump the hair shaft and make it easier to blowdry with body.
Finally find a light weight mousse to prep the hair before blowdrying. Tec ni art Volume Lift mousse, has a nozzle which allows you to apply it directly to the roots, and has great hold without being sticky or stiff. I would apply this throughout the hair before drying, blast the hair lightly upside down for a few seconds getting the roots all dry in an upwards direction, then tip your head back and dry with a large natural brissle, round brush. I would avoid over drying the hair as this will make it fly away, so I would dry it quickly in large sections and add a few rollers for smoothness and body. Finally I would use a light hairspray directly at the roots, Kerastase Laque Couture is fantastic for this.
If you have looked at the cut and colour, are using the right products and still feel that you need that extra bit of help then a perm might be a good option.
Hope this all helps and if youíd like more personal advice please call into the salon and Iíd happily take a look at your hair with you.
Look forward to hearing from you soon.
|Karin asks: |
Hi Iím 14 and Iíve noticed that a lot of my hair started falling out... i stared dying my hair red a few months ago could that be the cause of this problem? .. Iíve also noticed that my hair gets frizzy and has lots of flyaways although my hair is naturally straight/wavy and it also gets bushy towards the ends... Please give me some advice...are there any products that i could use to make my hair more shiny and smooth and to stop the hair loss?
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On average you will loose around 100 hairs a day. ...More >
Depending on how often you wash it then this can seem quite allot of hair loss.
I do not think the colour would be contributing towards this.
At your young age allot of changes can be happening to your body.
What I would do recommend is below:
Wash your hair twice when you wash it.
Massage your hair and scalp to stimulate blood flow through your scalp to the hair itself.
I would recommend Love Potion Shampoo and Conditioner.
This combination is rich in Arginine what will promote healthy hair growth.
I would also use the Liquid Gold Gelee.
This is a light whipped gel that is packed full of moisture. It will not weigh your hair down but will thicken it and stop it being flyaway.
Most of your problems can e down to over use of hair straighteners if you use them.
Follow what I mention above and you should be fine.
If you do use hair straighteners then reduce the temperature to below 190 C as this will help.
|Jane asks: |
I colour my hair every 4 weeks, coz is growing so quickly, and my natural colour is medium brown, colouring so often my hair end up dry ,brittle ,frizzy, please help with some tips or professional advice
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Colouring your hair a darker colour (brown) with extenuate the re-growth it might be worth taking your shade a little lighter or even considering a scattering of high-lights. If you really want to stay dark then just colour your roots combing gently into the mid-lengths this should protect your hair from excessive dryness from over-processing and colour build-up. ...More >
If you are colouring your hair at home, although I would advise to have your hair coloured professionally, if you prefer to do it yourself look for hair colourant that contains no ammonia (ammonia free). Ensure you use a deep conditioning treatment at least once a week, this doesnít have to be an ordeal simply cleanse your hair with a colour protection shampoo, rinse and apply a small amount of mask to the mid-lengths and ends - leave for 5 mins max and rinse then apply a small amount of your regular conditioner - this seals in the moisture from the mask - rinse and dry as normal. Your hair should be glossy and renewed in no time.
Hope that has helped.
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