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Andy asks:
I am probably asking this in the wrong place, but no matter how often I ask people no-one gives me a good answer and its a simple question. What is the difference between all hair products like, wax, gel, gum, clay, putty etc. I use VO5 texturising gum at the moment but I would like to be better informed about the qualities of the others. Thanks for reading your reply will be anticipated greatly

Scott MichaelsAnswered By:
Scott Michaels
What a great question. We can’t really talk about other companies because, the names they sometimes call their products are totally irrelevant to how they perform. We would suggest looking at the product benefits on the packaging rather than the actual names.We have just launched Hairbond our first two Hairbond products (Moulder and Sculptor) around the UK last month and our brand concept is that we find and test the best hair products on the market in professional salons, and research ways how to improve them even more, e.g product performance, smell, packaging etc. We also only use UK manufacturers. Here is a brief description to how they work on the hair: Moulder – Thick dry product that does not look greasy and, gives great shape and hold. Sculptor -Wet look shine that leaves the hair with texture and a gloss finish without drying out





Anonymous asks:
I have one question for you. I have been using Wellastarte to straighten and calm the curl in my hair but I am afraid if I use it too often I will be bald or experience hair loss. At the moment I use it every 3 weeks, is that ok? Thank you in advance

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
My advice is that I certainly wouldn’t use any more often than that.

Really you should be using it between 4-6 weeks, but if your hair is thick and strong and providing you keep your hair well conditioned you should be fine.







Chris asks:
For the last 6 months I have been losing my hair. I have always had very thick hair so I am quite concerned. When I gave blood last month they said to ask the doctor to check my iron. I had a full blood count and was told I need further tests as I am anemia. would this cause my hair loss?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
This could account for your hair loss. You could always visit a specialist hair salon or a Tricologist for advice as some specialised ones have machines and treatments for stimulating blood flow to the hair follicle (root). Now, Companies have developed a Laser Comb to miniaturize the internationally established technology of laser hair care. So now you can bring effective hair care technology into the comfort and privacy of your home, office or hotel - at a fraction of the cost charged by hair clinics. The results are fantastic and you can look at reviews for these laser combs.





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