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Lauren asks:
I have a couple of questions to ask as I canít find reliable answers online. 1. Iíve heard that you can add mousse to the roots of dry hair to add volume, will this make the hair greasy? If not, whatís the best way to use it? 2. Is texturing spray the same sort of thing as ísea salt sprayí? If not, what is it? 3. I have naturally curly hair (the curls are not too tight but they do ringlet) & I have GHD sea salt spray. Will this help add a thickness to my hair? and if so, whatís the best way for me to use this product to create thick, curls?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Ok firstly applying mousse to dry hair can make the hair at the roots greasy so I would apply it to damp towel dried hair.

Texturising spay and sea salt sprays are very similar. They both will create a textured casual look and the best way to apply it is the same as above but try to let the hair dry as naturally as possible.





Paula asks:
I have naturally curly hair but generally straighten it, I would love to style it more textured and wavy but I canít seem to get it right, if I donít straighten it first it is too curly and frizzy to tame down but once straightened is too flat any suggestions on the best way to style it.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
I think this is a case of using the right product to help tame the curl and frizz. The best product for this would be Sebastian potion 9 which is a leave in conditioner. Wash your hair as normal with a shampoo specifically for curly hair, towel dry until the hair is damp and then apply a 10p sized amount of the potion 9 through the middle lengths and ends of the hair.

As far as styling your hair is concerned try drying using a diffuser on the end of your dryer and put the speed on slow and the temperature on medium to cool and gently







Carl asks:
I am one of those that hate to get my hair cut regularly and avoid it as much as possible, I know and read that people say that if you cut your hair regularly avoid heat and products then it will be amazing but I am a guy that likes to grow my hair and have it quite long (For a guy) and want a full and thick look- currently I think my hairs not in the greatest shape although when I wash it daily I am currently using Tresemme 24hr body because it apparently helps build volume. I feel it is quite thin though specially the fringe I notice that when I do go to hairdressers my fringe ends up being less than it was regarding coverage - I cannot seem to get a fuller fringe anymore where as when I first started growing my hair this length I could pretty much cover the full forehead with it then after I decided to go to a proper hair stylist to style it (as it wasnít really styled after it grew a lot more) I just seemed to start getting less of a fringe and now its no where near to fully covering my forehead.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
As time goes on our body changes as does our hair. It maybe the case it becomes thinner, greasier, fuller, thicker or dry and frizzy. This needs to be accepted in how we grow and change. As for your fringe problem if itís possible ask your stylist for a fuller heavier fringe this should become thicker and fuller. A good hair cut leaving you with a style (not a trim) should help





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