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Hajar asks:
What will happen if you dye your hair a lot? And will dying your hair damage it?

Pierre AlexandreAnswered By:
Pierre Alexandre
Semi-permanent colour does not damage the hair but all other chemicals will. The worst that could happen is you could quite easily burn the hair follicle thus resulting in permanent hair loss

Deepak Jangid asks:
Iím 23 years old boy and I am suffering with hair fall and itching, when I scratch my scalp I get some dirt in my nails. my hair fall is more then average, it is everywhere, on my books, desk, towel everywhere. I used to wash my hair 2 times a weak. so could you please tell me what is this, how can I prevent my hair loss and what scalp type shampoo must I try whether it is dry or normal? Iíd love to hear you.

Deborah ChesterAnswered By:
Deborah Chester
Hello Deepak. if you have an itchy scalp shampooing daily with a sensitive shampoo will help alleviate this problem. if your hair is shedding more noticeably than usual this can be due to stress or you could be vitamin deficient ! Blood tests usually for iron and vit D will tell if you have a vitamin problem. A multi vitamin with extra D and biotins will help alleviate the shedding

Jakki asks:
I am a young at heart 61 year old with what was once naturally blonde hair, now white. I have had a variation on a bob for donkeyís years, reason being itís easy for me to manage and in the past looked really good.

Recently I started to experience hair loss so my once full looking bob is looking decidedly thinner, especially at the front sides. I do have very fine hair and donít really want to go short. Do I get rid of layers? I really donít know what to do and can never explain myself at the hairdressers. Can anyone tell me what I should be asking for at the salon, whether it be technique or style. HELP!!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Jakki

Sometimes just taking a specific hair supplement can make a difference so try that first, also try a volumising shampoo and a spray in leave in conditioner. Give your head a good massage to improve the blood supply to your scalp when youíre shampooing too. I would suggest growing the layers down a bit, and perhaps go an inch shorter all the way round. Hopefully a combination of all of the above you will see improvement within a month. Good luck

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