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Danielle asks:
I have thick, highlighted blonde hair, which is just below the shoulder in length. It is not dry or damaged but can get greasy on the scalp. Can you recommend a shampoo and conditioner that will work for me?

Benjamin ShipmanAnswered By:
Benjamin Shipman
I would recommend the Kebelo Revitalising Shampoo, which has been designed to care for oily hair. This hard working shampoo contains amaranth, wheat, soy, jojoba and superfood quinoa protein, all of which help to replenish the hair and reduce sebum production, leaving strands glossy, smooth and strong, without weighing it down or leaving any residue.

Follow your shampoo with the Kebelo BONDAGE Weekly Colour Masque. This unique strengthening treatment, used once a week at home, delivers an instant injection of strength to the bonds within colour-treated hair, leaving it visibly stronger, healthier and repaired, and of course, looking great!





Dikshya asks:
hi Gary,

Gary I am having very less hair on my scalp and even they are not growing..

I have a very thin pony on my head. and even my hairs are too damaged. I often use hair stylers or any heat on my hair. but they are too much damaged. sticky, dry and curl..

how to look them good and grow faster.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Hi there.

If your hair is very naturally curly you have to careful with high heat appliances and styling tools. ...More >

If you are loosing hair and have it in a tight ponytail this could also contribute to tensions alopecia.

Diet can also contribute to these conditions as well as if you have been ill or are suffering from stress.

I would recommend the following.

Wash your hair with a chemical free shampoo.

When you shampoo massage your scalp to stimulate the capillaries that promote healthy hair growth.

Follow up with a moisturising conditioner and smooth through with your fingers.

For styling use light hold gelee and a small amount of shine serum this will rehydrate your hair while styling and keep it silky and glossy.

If styling with a brush be gentle while styling until your hairs internal structure becomes stronger.

If you follow this regime you will notice very quick results and improvement.







Atashi asks:
My hair is getting lighter in colour day by day. It used to be jet black and now it is a shade of dark brown. I don’t want to colour it – is there a way to regain lost colour?

Jack HowardAnswered By:
Jack Howard
It sounds as though your hair is getting lighter due to daily and thermal aggressions – make sure you always use a heat protection spray and products that lock in colour; investing in good quality products will ensure your colour lasts. I would also suggest having a gloss or demi colour to restore your jet black shade.





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