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Philippa asks:
I have very thick hair that never particularly does anything, itís not straight, nor is it curly nor is it wavy itís just got loads of random kinks in it. Itís about 15cm below my shoulders with some long layers. My face shape is quite wide at my jaw and quite round. I want to get a new haircut but have no idea what style would suit me and would be funky and different but low maintenance for going out quickly to school.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
A great low maintenance style which would work with your hair texture would be a layered bob.

This would help reduce some of the thickness and would probably let you curl and straighten your hair for different looks. It would be really quick and easy to apply some curl enhancer product and scrunch dry your hair, for a soft open curl.





Rose asks:
I donít understand what is happening to my hair. My hair has always been baby fine and now that itís going completely grey, the hair on the crown of my head seems to be growing very dry and brittle, but the rest of it is still growing baby fine. Iíve coloured it for years at home, but now I only use John Friedaís colour glaze. Iíve used so many products that claim to moisturise and heal damage to hair, but it seems that to no avail, it still is dry and brittle. I even bought so many different kinds of hair oil, but they donít seem to reverse the dryness. Is this normal for only parts of your hair that is grey to have a different texture? Is there anything I can do, because I keep cutting at the dry hair and itís getting shorter and shorter on top. I would love to let it grow healthy and I really donít want to go completely grey. Is there any hope for me? Do colour glazes dry your hair out more?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Maybe you need to go see a colour expert and let them have a look at this, the product your using might not be helping.







Janet asks:
I have a very sensitive scalp. Buying the appropriate shampoo and conditioner is not a problem, purchasing finishing products is. Can you recommend a suitable range?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Many people suffer with sensitive scalps and finding the right products are vital to be sure not to encourage any soreness or sensitivity. Try looking for products made by a company called the íOrganic Pharmacy these products are all natural and have no threatening chemicals in them.





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