|Joanne asks: |
I have shoulder length fine hair which has a natural curly kink; over the past couple of years I have been using GHD strengtheners to get the sleek effect. Now that fashions are changing I have had a perm which I thought would give me big glossy curls. Unfortunately this has not been the case; my hair is not any curlier than it was before naturally. I am in my mid 30's so I also home dye my hair to cover greys. My hair is now a fuzzy mess, dry and dull. I've tried most of the curl shampoos, conditioners and styling products you can buy from the high street. Can you tell me the best treatments to use to get my hair back in better condition and also the best styling products to reduce the frizz.
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Curly shampoos and treatments would make your hair crispier! Try J.F Lazartigue moisturising shampoo and conditioner and a little trade secret, after you shampoo and condition your hair mix 2tbs of Epson salt with half a glass of water leave it in the hair for about 5 minutes and rinse well. This contains magnesium salts that would revive your curl. I would also advise you to not use many chemical treatments at the same time as its to much for your hair to take it.
|Krista asks: |
I hair naturally mousey blond hair but have been dying it (mostly black) for a little over a year now. I have had it stripped out once for my senior prom last April and it turned a reddish brown tone
which I was ok with but I heard that you could not strip it out again or I would ruin it to an even stronger degree. I have also been losing a lot of my hair in the shower recently and it is beginning to worry me. Should I just let it grow out or is there a way to not only stop the lose of hair but also to return it to a lighter color?
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You could strip it out again, however it will damage your hair. May I suggest a good hair repair treatment kit such as Razzamatazz or Alkemi. Once your hairs condition has been restored it may be safe to do some hi lights and lighten your hair. The hair loss could be due to the time of year, so do not worry.
|Tessa asks: |
I was wondering if you could give me some advice on hair
extensions. I would like to get glue real hair extensions but do not know where to go. Do you know of any salon that does good hair extensions in Worcestershire and Birmingham area.
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There are over 28 hair extensions techniques of which I would say 12 are value for money and do not harm your hair if applied, maintained and looked after properly. There are many hair extensions technicians offering hair extensions but what I would advise you to look for is a technician that is trained in more than one technique. The reason for this is to ensure that they apply the technique that is complimentary to your hair type, life style and hair condition. A properly trained hair extensions technician would perform a consultation first of all and advise you about the various techniques and recommend and explain the technique they would apply. Some techniques can be quite aggressive on the hair especially on removal and could result in hair loss. Visit UK hairdressers directory there are a few hair extension technicians listed in there.
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