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Natalie H asks:
I have normal type hair and normally wash it 3 times a week without it getting greasy. I recently had stick in temporary hair extensions in for a wedding and took them out after a week, to get them out I was given an oil based lotion to rub onto the roots and slide the hair out, I used this and have washed my hair about 6 times on the trot and my hair is still filled with this oil product which makes it extremely greasy, how can I get rid of this?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
I am sorry you have had such an awful experience with an oil based remover. When hair has been saturated with a oil based product, it really depends on the shampoo you use to help you strip the hair of the excess oil without leaving it dry. If you use a oil based shampoo or one with conditioner added, then you would be defeating the object. ...More >

I have used the following process and have found it works successfully.

a) Purchase a shampoo for greasy hair
b) Use a clean dry towel to rub your hair as though you was towel drying it.
c) Brush hair until smooth
d) Coat dry hair with shampoo and leave for 10 15 mins
e) Wash hair out with warm water
f) Towel dry again
g) Coat damp hair with shampoo and leave for 5 mins
h) Wash hair out with warm water thoroughly
i) Towel dry hair
j) Do not use a wash in wash out conditioner
k) Dry hair hair dryer set on cool
l) Spray in leave in conditioner (none oil based product)

Heidi asks:
I have mid-long length hair which is straight but has a kink in it. First of all is there a way without straightening to get rid of the kink, secondly if I blow dry my hair even if I do it rough or neat it becomes extremely static and flyaway I use shampoo, conditioner, mousse and serum but still get them, my hair is quite thick too! How I can achieve loose curls because I have tried many tongs and heated rollers and the curls only last for about 1 hour as my hair is thick!

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
For your products replace the mousse with a non-chemical relaxer if you want straight hair try Razzamatazz STRAIT TIME. If you want loose curls, use a light styling product or nothing at all and just use a light hairspray before you curl the hair with the tongs and again afterwards, such as Razzamatazz Design Spray.

Anne-Marie asks:
I have shoulder length thick wavy hair which often looks frizzy, I have tried different styles but have never found one that I really like I was thinking about getting a loose perm do you think this would be a good idea as I have a round face shape.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
In my opinion I feel that getting a loose perm will just add to your frizz problem. It will lift the cuticle and dry out your hair. May I suggest you using a good clarifying shampoo such as Razzamatazz clean start and then using moisturizing products that will encourage curl as opposed to a frizzy wave. Also Razzamatazz Jellee is an awesome product for de-frizzing and making wavy or curly hair soft and shiny.

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