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Margaret asks:
I use Marcharel Hair dye and 20% peroxide on my hair but for some reason its started not covering my grey hair very well and seems to fade quite quickly too. Please help its driving me nuts.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Unfortunately this peroxide may not be enough to help with the product you are using/mixing it with try opting for a different formula.





Britney asks:
I have permed and heat damaged hair. I was born with black, curly, wavy, long, shiny beautiful hair. But I got ringworms and I had sulfur 8 and tons of perms. Now my hair is dull, not growing, short, tangled, hard and thick! My question is, how can I repair or treat my damaged hair (and Iím mixed with black, white, indian, irish, chinese).

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Hi Britney - Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp. You cannot grow beautiful flowers if the soil is bad. NIOXIN has an in-salon scalp treatment called Scalp Remedy. It removes dead scalp cell build-up, hair product build-up from the scalp. It also removes follicle build-up from the hair follicles so that they can breath. Just like anything that lives, if it cannot breath it dies. When a follicle dies, it is dead forever.Next, I recommend Joicoís K-Pak Shampoo, Conditioner and Reconstructor. There is also a great breakage treatment by, Aporgee. It is very popular with black clients with breakage. Do not add any stress to your hair such as rubber bands, pony tails, etc. Let your hair rest. Good Luck.







Samantha asks:
I have long thick straight hair. No matter how hard I try, I canít get my hair to stay curly when I use a curing iron without using a gallon of hairspray that makes my hair hard and sticky and unnatural looking. Also, I have so much hair, it takes an eternity to curl my hair with a curling iron. By the time Iím done, all my curl has fallen out. Is there any way I can curl my hair quicker and get it to stay looking natural and soft without using hairspray? Is there a specific product that you would recommend? Also, would hair rollers work better than a curling iron?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Your hair may be becoming too thick and too long for a curl to stay in, try having a haircut that may need layers or weight taking out to help sustain the curls in your hair, then products for curl boosting, rollers or tongs may help with creating the right curl for you.





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