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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 canít 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 Ė 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

Celina asks:
Every time I get my hair cut the salon people tell me I need to use this certain product (I have very curly, long, thick hair), they usually tell me to use a leave in conditioner and switch to salon a shampoo and conditioner. So I do as I am told and then the next time I go in they basically tell me the same thing and tell me to use a new salon shampoo and conditioner. I feel like I am never using the right stuff for my hair so I got fed up and am now using Tresemme. Is using Tresemme bad for my hair? And are Salon products really more beneficial for the hair?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
It sounds like you need a proper treatment consultation. I am a particular fan of the Wella System Professional range. Within this range is a service called Alchemy which is the first in salon treatment of its kind with dual benefits.

I would strongly suggest booking a free consultation at your nearest Wella salon

Ross asks:
I have thick and frizzy hair. I want to change it to straight and silky hair forever, so that I could use hair wax for different hair styling. Is there any safe way to make this dream happen?

Scott MichaelsAnswered By:
Scott Michaels
In my opinion the best way to straighten your hair is to invest in a pair of professional hair straighteners. This will take you 3-5 minutes to do and you will see great results. When you visit your hairdresser next ask them to thin your hair out by chopping into the hair. This will give the hair texture as well as take the thickness out of the hair. Also when applying product to style the hair, make sure you donít use any styling product that is too wet because the hair will re-curl. Think of ironing a shirt and them spilling water on it, it will crease. I personally think our new Hairbond Moulder hair shaper would be a great product to style you hair because it is a dry, thick product that gives the hair excellent hold. All Hairbond products contain heat protection ingredient Mirustyle X-HP so if your hair needs a touch up before you go out, you can restyle those curls and creases, without worrying about ruining your hair.

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