|Hannah asks: |
My hair naturally curls but when my hair drys the curls fall out and become limp. Is there anything I can do to keep them in without using products?
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The curls fall out because your hair loses the moisture to keep them. A good gel for curls is RAZZAMATAZZ jellee it holds and defines the curl by locking in the moisture,
|Matthew asks: |
My hair is VERY VERY curly due to my mixed heritage (English & Jamaican) it is not afro hair, just very curly. I used to have it relaxed frequently but eventually had to shave all my hair off as it
was breaking and very damaged due to the chemicals. I then tried a hot straightening treatment as well as a cold straightening treatment. Neither of which were very good. I have recently been recommended a Japanese straightening method, as it costs about £250 I wanted to get an established pros advice before I spent so much on my fairly short hair. I have GHDs but due to my busy lifestyle I just do not have the time to use irons every day, on top of the time it takes whenever I am in a club or playing sport my hair goes back to its natural frizzy/curly state due to the heat so I really need a permanent option! Please offer me any advice/recommendations on what I can/should do.
|Answered By: |
I think you have stressed your hair out and it is in shock. I think it really needs a good rest, time to recover and grow. Instead of thinking of having straight hair, why do you not consider wavy short hair. There are many products available now that you can apply to your hair to achieve a deep smooth wave which will stay in place until you wash the product out. You could use a texturising cream, this will just loosen up the curls but not make them straight. When your hair becomes moist it will not revert to the tight curls. You could then add some Shock wave hair control gel or cream to keep your style in place. Try it, you might be surprised at the result.
|Linda asks: |
I have very dark hair (almost black) and have been dying my roots for the last 4 years to hide the onset of grey. I am now 38 & 6 weeks ago decided to take the plunge and get my hair professionally highlighted. I got lovely fine caramel highlights all over, which looked great and I bought anti-fade colour products to keep it good. After a couple of weeks it started to look really ginger - what went wrong? It was so not the look I was expecting and do not want it to happen again. I went to a good salon and thought I would be safe! How can I stop it changing colour like this again?
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To stop it looking so orange at the moment you can ask for a toner, just to tone the orange down slightly. Ask for a Ash Blue Toner. If you have already coloured your hair all over dark again then there is a new product by Redken with has been formulated for very dark hair and coloured hair. It is Coloured Colour Fusion Browns depending on how much red tone you have in your hair naturally you will need either a Ash/Blue tone or Ash/Gold.
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