|Amie asks: |
3 months after having my daughter my hair fell out in excessive amounts and now I am left with very thin fine hair with lots of new hair growing through which is now about an inch and a half long, I do straighten my hair daily as it is very frizzy, do you have any advice on a cut and hair care as I am used to having very long and reasonably thick hair, having now short and thin hair has really knocked my confidence but I think with the right cut it could look good again.
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There is a fabulous range of products called NIOXIN that is perfect for Clients who have weak hair or that have lost some for any reason. I would also advise that you use a thermal protector when you are styling your hair and especially when you are using the irons on your hair. Then I would get over to a professional salon and have your hair cut and styled to make it easier to look after and make you feel good again.
There are so many styles now for all types of hair and I am sure you will be delighted with the results!
|Nicole asks: |
I have curly hair, I love my curls, but just the last couple of times they have not been right. First they were a little flat at the roots and fluffy (with my normal hair products), now the curl has come back at the roots but its still fluffy and soft which is nice but I get the fly away frizzy look. The only thing I did differently just once the last time was use a new conditioner once, because they were out of my usual, it was a Schwarzkopf conditioner for heat styling damage protection. But last night I used my usual Pantene Hydrating curls Shampoo and Conditioner but its still a bit fluffy and frizzy. Also I am on a tablet Duromine which is an appetite suppressant would that affect my hair? ps I am Caucasian with natural curls.
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Yes! The medication could affect your hair, however it sounds to be as though your have a product build up. May I suggest using a good clarifying shampoo and then try the Schwarzkopf.
|Vanessa asks: |
I have chemically straightened hair (thermal reconditioned) I recently started using the fekkai glossing creme for flyaways. I love the product but it leaves a bit of residue for which I have to use a clarifying shampoo about once a week. I notice that the clarifying shampoo I use has ammonia in it and I am a little concerned that it will damage my hair. Are ammonia based clarifying shampoos bad for your hair? I know people who color their hair stay away from it. How exactly does ammonia work? Should I change to a vinegar based clarifying shampoo instead? What is the difference between the two? Your professional advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your response.
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I would recommend changing the product to one that does not leave a residue on the hair, instead using Sebastian Laminates Serum which will help eliminate unwanted frizz and can be dissolved easily by just washing your hair. Most clarifying shampoos contain detergents that dissolve the build up in the hair caused by chlorinated water but tend to strip the hair of vital nutrients and moisture in the process. If you specifically want to use a clarifying shampoo then try to use one which is safe for chemically treated hair such as Wella Professional System Professionals Refresh shampoo which will also remove build up of chlorine. For flyaway hair, another option is to invest in a good leave-in conditioner such as Sebastian Evokativ Nudist or Wella Professionals System Professional Hydro Milk, both perfect for giving ultimate nourishment and helping with flyaway control.
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