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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.





Kim asks:
I have a little bit of dandruff and my hair long too. I use Palmolive for my hair and wash it every second day maybe sometimes everyday is that good or bad. Please recommend anything which you think is good.

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
If your scalp is flaking so much and so regularly, perhaps it might be a good idea to visit a Trichologist. They can help diagnose the condition of your scalp and the best way to treat it. You can find them in your yellow pages or search in our ukhairdressers.com directory for the nearest consultant. Your doctor might be able to help also. ...More >

Prior to that you could however look at a few things like
a) changing your shampoo. Perhaps your hair has become conditioned to the shampoo you are currently using. Try a good quality dandruff shampoo.
b) scalp treatment for dry skin. Some of your chemist stock none greasy product that you can use on your scalp to help reduce or calm this problem.
c) Drink a lot more water, when your skin is drying in any particular area it could be due to hydration. d) try your health shop for natural products for skin, hair and nails. They might also do some good natural shampoo that may suit you better. You could be reacting to some of the chemicals in the commercial shampoos.
e) try not to wash your hair so often, especially if you are not using a gentle shampoo designed for everyday use.

One or more of the above combination should help you to resolves your situation in the medium term.







Racheal asks:
I have brown hair, between long and medium length and lightly layered. When I was younger my hair was really curly. As I got older my hair went straight. Now every time I get out of the water my hair is unbelievably frizzy! It is frizzy even when my hair has not just been in water that day! I am bored of my normal hair and want something new and stylish! Shorter maybe, or would that make it frizzier? What style do you think I should have? Any advice is great!

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
I would definitely suggest that you keep the length with your hair, as going shorter will most likely make it frizzier. There are plenty of ways to tame the frizz however, mostly through using products or intensive treatments. Curly hair is generally quite dry, and even if your hair is straighter now, this could be affecting the manageability of your locks! Try my new Soflee Soflee Intense Conditioner it is the perfect way to keep your hair moisturised and silky soft with a glossy shine that is sure to dazzle! Or, for a quick fix to beat the frizz try spritzing my RUTP Humidity Spray onto your locks for daily defence against humidity and other causes of flyaway hair. It is even small enough to pop into your handbag for emergency protection! Also, be sure to prevent over-drying your hair when styling by using a protective spray like my P2Fifty Straightening and Blow Dry Spray, which guards your hair from heat damage up to 250 degrees.





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