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Georgina asks:
I have always been proud of my glossy dark hair, follow a healthy diet and exercise regularly. However, since July 2007 the condition of my hair has changed and I am unable to use conditioner and am having to use baby shampoo. I am also unable to use hair serum, staightening spray because my hair takes on a greasy appearance even though I know ití s just been washed AND it wonít "dry" with the hairdryer. After months of wondering what the problem is Ií m wondering IF it IS the fertility drug Clomifene which I had TO take FROM April last year FOR 3 months ? ON a lighter note I have just discovered I am 2 months pregnant but have noticed that I am starting TO get a dry patch near the front OF my hair WHERE the parting IS although IF I USE anything other than baby shampoo the rest IS lank AND greasy ! ! ! ! Can you help me TO RESTORE my hair TO normality please - ANY advice would be appreciated.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
It sounds to me that it is a combination of hormones and side effects from the drugs of last year. If the body is unbalanced, the hair and scalp are the first place it shows - sometimes with dramatic effect. I would take a supplement to assist in this - I would strongly suggest you balance your body with a daily drink of Aloe Vera by Forever Living. There are 2 strengths and you should take the stronger one. This is a totally natural product without and drugs - so can be taken when pregnant. I also think you should have fantastic haircut to make yourself feel good. Take the Aloe Vera for at least 3 months then go on to the weaker drink - you will feel great and see a difference.





Ela asks:
I have fine curly hair and in recent months I have noticed it growing out straight from the roots. I am not pregnant or on medication so I really am at a loss as to why my hair is all of a sudden going straight. I do not straighten it at all could it be stress related?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
The new hair growth will always stand straight out from the roots. Don't worry once it has grown a little more it will start to wave and then will blend in with the rest of the hair. You could use a liquid gel or pomade to help smooth down the hair.







Raluca asks:
My natural hair colour is mousy light brown. I now have golden highlights in it. I cannot decide what to do with my hair. My two options are:

1. To come back to my natural colour
2. To make it blonde with a semi-permanent like LíOreal Casting Creme Gloss Pearl Blonde.

I want to come back to my natural colour, but I canít find it anywhere, because it is truly greyish and I canít find any semi-permanent like that, as I wonít use a permanent hair colour not to destroy my hair. I would also go for Casting Pearl Blonde if I knew it will fade out in time. Will it? Or the peroxide in it will bleach my hair?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Stay with the light brownís and golden highlights and don't let the GREY show through, keep it simple and soft.





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