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Pooja asks:
Hi there. well basically i have fine hair but lots of it. i do have staright hair, but not totally and now especially with layers i tend to starighten it often. The hair that suits me the most is usally in the summer time when after starightening for 2 days on the third day my hair looks perfect. It is stick staright hair, which structures my face, and the hair looks like individual strands, as it may have a bit of grease that looks good. This type of perfect hair happens probably twice a year if im lucky. I want this to happen all the time, but i just dont know what products to use. Normally when i wash it , my hair becomes thicker, and wheni starighten it, that stick straight hair is not there, and if i leave it for a few days to geta bit greasy fror individual strand, then my hair looks so greasy, that i got to ewash it off.So please tell me what to do to, to get the perfect look im going for, please include, what u recommed for shampoo, conditioner, serum, finishing spray etc. Currently my hair looks ok, as i wash it , put a relaxing balm, then blow dry it, and use ghd iron with spray. However the spray thickens my hair again, and gives it a washed look. i then put abit of wax on. Sumtimes my straight hair stays , but most of the time it doesnt, especially in winter and living in britain. I hope i havent confused you.lol. please please help me out, to get the perfect individual strand, stick staright hair look. cheers

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Hi Pooja, you are right to assume that using the correct products will make all the difference. Razzamatazz strait time is a great product for keeping your hair nice and stick straight. And to finish off the Razzamatazz Glitz will really work, but use this sparingly. Diana





Michaela asks:
i have medium-short hair and it used to be in such good condition, but now it is all split ends and broke. I have tried everything i van think of. Could you please help me??

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
This could have been caused by either the ise of harsh products of over use of hot styling tools. I am going to suggest razzamatazz moisture loc shampoo, this will help reduce the appearance of split ends. Try to avoid over use of blow dryers and harsh styling products, Diana







Terry asks:
Hi richard, please could you tell me if you are still making the shampoo choit. Thanks again terry

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
I am! We’ve recently moved hair salons to an amazing 5000 sq ft gorgeous salon off Sloane Square and decided that we needed to re-brand the product range too. We’re currently working with the manufacturers to create a new look line and it will be back in the shops either at the end of the year, or early next





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