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Olive Sammon asks:
I have been dyeing my own hair for years, my hair is dark brown but the dye has turned the ends black. I am getting married at the end of May and would like my hair to look good. My hairdresser said that they would need to strip the colour out of it and put a warm colour on it with a few highlights to lift my hair which has turned lifeless. I do not want to do a lot of damage to my hair, is there an alternative to bleach to get this colour out and how soon will my hair recover.

Michelle GriffinAnswered By:
Michelle Griffin
When a professional colourist strips your hair colour, the product they use is specifically designed to be as gentle and moisturising as possible. If you do not want any more bleach on your hair, then your colourist can use a toner instead to give your hair some warmth and gloss.





Pam Swanson asks:
I have thick, wavy hair and I prefer to straighten it. I live in a hot, dry place and my hair stays straight. Problem is, I travel to many humid places, and my hair does not stay straight and it goes puffy. Any suggestions?

Michelle GriffinAnswered By:
Michelle Griffin
Frizzy hair is caused by moisture loss, so it is important that you keep your hair moisturised in a humid atmosphere. Lanza has a product line for your hair called Straight Line. This consists of a shampoo, conditioner and smoothing cream to be applied before drying to stop the humidity getting through and curling the hair back up. Always use a heat protector when using styling irons as not only will it protect your hair but lock in the moisture so that it does not become frizzy.







Deborah Lawrence asks:
I am 33 years old and have just had my 2nd child 9 months ago, I am losing a lot of hair each time I wash and comb the amount does not seem to get any less?

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
Do not worry, Debbie, your hair loss will stop naturally but it may take a little longer for this to happen. The excessive hair loss, is caused by the level of oestrogen falling back to normal levels after childbirth. All the hair you have lost will be





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