|Mohamed asks: |
I have been using the wrong products on my hair for the past few years, which has resulted dry, frizzy, and unmanageable locks along with a flakey scalp. Please can you recommend a treatment and products that will help with this problem?
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Use a deep conditioning treatment on a weekly basis, and make sure that a good hair oil or restructuring product is part of your haircare routine.
The Kérastase Résistance collection is a range of haircare products that fight the symptoms of damaged hair and will help to keep hair in optimum condition. If you don’t want to try the full range of products, incorporate either the Masque Thérapiste or the Masque Force Architecte in to your hair routine, once a week, to encourage weaker damaged hairs to repair themselves. The Sérum Thérapiste is also a great investment, as it helps to seal and heal hair and reduce the appearance of split ends, while protecting hair from heat damage.
Kérastase has an excellent range of products you can use to stimulate the growth cells on your scalp, so it’s worth investing in these to help with your problem. I recommend Kérastase Bain Stimuliste GL, which is an energising shampoo for hair prone to hair loss, and Kérastase Lotion Densitive GL, which will add texture and substance. There are also a few lifestyle and diet tweaks you can make to ensure hair is in optimum health. Try swapping a cotton pillow for a silk or satin one, to avoid overnight hair breakage, and be gentle when brushing delicate wet hair. Usually our hair growth is determined by our genes, however diet and lifestyle can also have an effect on hair growth rate. Stress, alcohol and excess sugar can all contribute to poor scalp and hair health. Foods thought to improve hair growth include salmon and organic eggs, which are both full of hair health-boosting protein and omega 3, oysters, which are rich in zinc, (a zinc deficiency has been linked to hair loss), avocado, sweet potato and almonds. There are supplements available at health food shops and online, which can supplement your diet with additional vitamins and minerals, if you feel you need some extra nutritional support.
|Jacquena asks: |
Hi so i have a client that has brown roots and from middle to ends its green, and she wants to go auburn, how would i do this?
|Answered By: |
Hello Jacquena, I suggest you add a couple of inches of red concentrate to your formula, this will help neutralize the green. Also use a protein porosity equalizer as it help even out the colour result too. Good luck
|Sayine asks: |
I’m 24 years girl. My hair texture is dry and rough therefore I can’t do any hair style for my hair. It gets rough within few hours after combing. So I’m planning to relax my hair. Is is good? Is there any side effects? What should I consider before relaxing?
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Hello Sayine, Have you tried a professional moisturising shampoo, conditioner and mask? They really do help moisturize the hair and that means it will be calmer and softer so easier to manage. Add a little almond oil to you scalp and sleep over night with it in and then shampoo out. When you use the mask cover you hair with a shower cap so then some heat from your scalp will help make the mask more effective. You will be incredibly surprised and excited at how different your hair will be, from having a great strict hair care routine. Also take a supplement for your skin, hair and nails as you may lack some essential oils that your hair needs. Try this for 6 – 8 weeks before relaxing your hair because relaxing does work but you still have to have a maintenance routine to look after the hair. Good luck
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