|Asma asks: |
I have got long hairs which are very difficult to manage, my hair is frizzy, curly I canít do any style so I just tie it up. Could you solve my problem without using iron or dryer!
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Every hairstyle has to have some time spent on it (apart from mine that is!). If you would like to wear it curly and control the unruliness of it I would suggest having a weave cut that provides layers within your hair cut of varying lengths. This is a fantastic way of bringing the best out of curly hair and providing more control. Mix together conditioner and gel in your hand (small amounts of each) and apply sparingly to you hair with your fingers. Then comb through and shake your hair to establish the curl. Either leave to dry naturally or use a diffuser if you do not have time. If you do like your hair straight then I would recommend a professional platform iron . I know you do not want to have to use an electrical product but this product will breeze through your hair. Your hair does not have to be totally dry it can be damp. Please slide the iron through each section in a slow smooth operation that we call ONE PASS. This will allow the re-conditioning properties of the product to moisturise and add immaculate shine. Not only will your hair look fabulous but it will last quite a few days. As straightening irons go the NEW FHI with Nano Fuzeion technology will actually care for your hair compared to other products and definitely help eliminate your problems.
|Arvid asks: |
Iím so sick of having natural, curly and thick hair. My hair is like a big hair ball with huge curls everywhere. I want very long hair but
I donít know how to stand looking like a failed version of the rolling stones. Whenever I try to straighten my hair with a straightening iron it lasts for about a day then itís all thick and big again. Iíve tried to permanently straighten my hair but that lasted only for about a week. I want it like Kurt Cobain, former singer of Nirvana looked. My hair is about the same in length but you canít really see that since the hair is all a big hairball of waves and curls. Do you have any advice of how I can get my hair thinner and straighter than my current state? Something that lasts!
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I am amazed to hear you had your hair chemically straightened and it only lasted a week! Did you do it yourself or have it done in a salon? There are some fab products on the market that would definitely keep your hair a lot straighter and should last at least a couple of months. There are a lot of clients with afro Caribbean hair and they have their hair straightened so it should be fine to have yours done.
|Debbie asks: |
I have had real hair extensions put in 3 weeks ago - I had a full head done, over 30 of them fell out! I went back to have them put back in, but they are doing the same again, falling out every time I brush it. It is also really luggy and looks a mess there is hair falling out everywhere all in the house - Iím at my wits end...help.
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Hi Debbie - Unfortunately, I have heard this same scenario numerous times. The falling of your extensions may be due to numerous causes.
The bonds were not heated sufficiently.
The bonds were not closed completely at the top and bottom of the bond.
The following should have been explained when you had the extension serviced done. Was your hair clean and free of any product or tint if a color service was done prior to the extension service? When you wash your hair, are you applying conditioner or treatment to the bond area? Are the bonds still wet, if you wash before you go to bed? If you are blow drying with hot air, are you leaving the dryer near the bonds for a long period of time? Are you passing a flat iron or a curling iron over the bonds? Hopefully, the above will answer your problem. If this is the first time that you have had extensions, donít think that this is how it is going to be all of the time.
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