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Deb asks:
My son is 16 and has thick dark curly hair, he is really struggling with greasy hair and weíre not sure what are the best products to use, can you recommend a good dry shampoo for in between washing and also should he be using a mousse for curly hair or would it best be left without because its so greasy.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Thick curly hair can get greasy at the roots and it is important to choose styling products that will help your sonís hair look healthy. Try my Ddouble blow mousse which I have specifically designed to be non sticky or greasy whilst stopping hair from going crispy - like so many mousses do! This will help to give the curls volume. Simply apply a handful of the mousse throughout the hair and leave to dry naturally or blow dry. For in between washes, my Poker Straight Dry Shampoo is perfect. It absorbs excess oil and gives hair a real boots - just spray on to roots from about a foot away and rub away any excess powder for instantly freshened hair!

Erikucha asks:
My hair is natural curly, with volume (really a lot of hair), frizzy, is thick and get dehydrates easily, is not so long just medium. My face is oval, I am short and skinny. What hair style should I get? What products are good for my type of hair? I usually use Potion 9-Sebastian. Thanks very much, I really need help!

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Potion 9 from Sebastian is a great product, but I need to understand what style you are after.

If your hair is curly and you like to wear it this way then potion 9 on its own will not create what you are after. ...More >

Given that your hair is naturally curly I would have a weave cut throughout your head to allow the natural movement to cascade more freely which will help stop the "Big Hair" situation that happens as this opens spaces within your hair to allow more control. I would recommend L`Oreal Professional Tech-ni art cream curl products to help tame and control your hair.

Apply this with your fingers and comb through when wet, then allow to dry naturally keeping your curl in control, this will allow you to play with the style when dry without making it frizzy.

Emma asks:
Iím in despair! I have been trying now for over a year and a half to get back to my natural colour of blonde. However it is proving to be mission impossible. A red tint was put through my hair nearly 2 years ago and I have been growing it out ever since, whilst having a brown tint placed over. Every time I see my hairdresser (every 4 weeks) he says itís still not lifting to blonde and it is going ginger. Are there any new products or techniques he could use to get me back to my natural colour?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Mission Impossible it is!

To colour correct your entire head of hair with the colour and tonal build up you have, it is impossible. You also have to take into consideration your hair condition. This is vital! ...More >

I would recommend having woven highlights (with low volume bleach if need be). This should give you a beautiful blonde that can achieve a cream pastel tone.

Then the rest of your hair I would apply a toner or semi permanent colour to make the overall effect more natural looking.

Controlling the blonde tone in this way is far more achievable.

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