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Ana asks:
I have frizzy curly hair, and I am not able to manage it. Even if I crunch it up with mousse, hair spray, and gel it still gets frizzy. I want to cut it in layers but I am afraid it will get even frizzier. What should I do about styling my hair?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Hi Ana

The best way to deal with this type of hair is to do absolutely nothing to it. Just use good moisturizing products and soft gels. I also have your hair type and I use RAZZAMATAZZ Jellee. It keeps my curls soft, shiny and defined. I never use a blow dryer or harsh styling products as this just makes my hair more dry and frizzy.

Charisma asks:
I recently saw Corinne Bailey Rae performing on television and loved her hair style.

I have my hair cut in a similar style and it is very curly. I was wondering how to achieve her look that night

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
I have to say firstly what she has got in the picture its a wig (I know, sorry). It depends what type or degree of curl you got, obviously, the best way to achieve it first is to use the right products, use a heavy conditioner (J.F. Lazartigue shea butter pre shampoo its great for the job as its very thick and heavy), then use a good styling product, J.F. Lazartigue Styling gel to straighten or curl my favourite, then what you have to do is to dry your hair with a diffuser but instead of scrunching simply grip your hair in between your fingers and pull it as you dry, do not worry if the hair becomes slightly frizzy simply add some more gel.

Irene asks:
My daughter age 14 has been wearing a wig for 4 years due to alopecia. I was hoping you could recommend a shampoo which will not strip the colour out which has been our main problem (her wig is real hair) thanks a lot.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
I suggest that she uses a colour shampoo and conditioner. I have one in my range called Trevor Sorbie Professional Colour Plus shampoo and conditioner 4.99 each. These products are available in blonde, brunette and red head. They enhance and enrich the colour instead of stripping the colour. Always use a shampoo that says it does not strip the colour.

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