|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.
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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
|Sarah asks: |
I have been having my hair bleached for a few years now and it is nearly white blonde, however I have a few yellow streaks where it needs to be toned up. I used to use John Frieda colour renew tone booster and that really helped for shine and dullness/yellow tones. But they have discontinued this now. Is there another product similar that I could use easily at home? I would really appreciate any advice thanks!
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You could use a product called shimmer lights which helps to take out any yellowness in the hair.
|Vicky asks: |
I have completely oily roots and dry ends. My hand goes past my collar bones by 2-3 inches. I have a lot of hair and short layers except for the bottom layer. I want to grow my hair 2-3 more inches. I dye my hair once in a while and I have stopped recently. I straighten my hair about 3-4 times a week depending on how my hair looks but I have also cut down a lot on straightening. I almost always air dry my hair.
But this is my problem... Even though I have a lot of hair, it gets really flat but I hate having to cut my upper layers because I find that itís difficult to style and control them. It also makes my head humongous! What do I do? I hate using a lot of products in my hair. And my roots get oily after a day of work/school.
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There would appear to be two main problems to solve oily roots/dry ends and keeping volume without losing long layers. Firstly you can use Wella Volumize shampoo followed by the new volumize mask. Make sure you only apply the mask to the mid lengths and ends. It is true that it is difficult to achieve volume on longer layers however a trick of the trade is to, when dry insert large velcro rollers above eye level heat them up on low speed high heat for a couple of minutes leave to cool remove gently and brush through
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