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Vicky asks:
Can you tell me if Resin Hair Extensions will damage my hair? Like the glue ones do?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
The application of hair extensions if applied by a professional hair extension technician should not cause any damage to your hair. However most users find that the incorrect removal procedure is when most of the damage is caused. Especially, if the client decides to remove their own hair extensions without using a professional and properly trained technician. In order to ensure that this does not happen regardless of the technique used to apply your hair extensions, it is important that you do not go any longer than 5 weeks without paying a visit to your technician for a check up. It is important to use the right brush and products that does not encourage tangling, and it is equally important to tie your hair up at bed time. However in answer to your question, the porosity of your hair will determine how well any bonding solution adheres to your own hair during the fusion process. It is important that your hair is in good condition if this method is used. There are several other methods of applying hair extensions which might be better for your hair. If you have experienced breakage, then if I may recommend the micro ring track or the integrated full head weave techniques. They aid hair growth and do not do any damage. ...More >

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Charlie asks:
I hate my hair when I wash it and leave my hair to dry my hair always goes frizzy what do I do? Do I go and get a new hair style because I was thinking of getting it layered and all flicked out or do I keep the one I have now?

Dawn CooperAnswered By:
Dawn Cooper
The problem may be that you are not using the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type. Frizzy hair is crying out for moisture! Use a moisturising range such as Joico K-Pak or ISO Tamer (stockist for both 012828 683100) and treat your hair to a deep conditioning treatment a couple of times a week. By leaving your hair to dry naturally, the hair cuticles are just drying in any angle which is another reason for the frizz. Apply a heat protecting styling product to your hair and then gently blow-dry your hair pointing the heat down the hair shaft to smoothen and flatten the cuticles. Try this first and you will see a difference. If you visit your hairdresser for a new style, ask them for a style which is low maintenance and can be easily styled at home.

Alex asks:
Is there a way to permanently moisturise dry frizzy hair. I am not really that image conscious but I need to grow my hair because it is falling out, but it gets to frizzy and wavy.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
You could try twirling the hair with a curl cream product that tames frizz. Maintain a healthy diet and drink plenty of water. Have a good haircut, try clean cut layers, dry using a pre style diffuser. Condition once a week using an intensive conditioner.

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