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Nadia asks:
I am thinking of getting a perm but I want a really loose wave (no tight curls) my hair is quite frizzy and has a really messy curl/wave to it, is a perm right for me, will it make my hair more frizzy and bushy? My hairdressers do half head perms & Redken perms I wondered what they mean and are they right for me.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
I am not sure that getting a perm is right for you. It may be better to use styling products that will add moisture to your hair and enhance the curl. Do not use anti-frizz products as they tend to contain silicone and cause product build up. You are much better off using a good moisturising product and a good liquid styling lotion. This will enhance and define your curls and also reduce the amount of frizz.





Sonia asks:
I want some advice I used to have short hair now I want to grow it, is there any suggestions to growing hair I was told to keep brushing it then trim it then I was told not to cut it please can you help me thank you

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
That advice is absolutely right. Just use quality hair care products. Eat a healthy diet and drink plenty of water. Get a slight trim every 8 weeks or so.







Matthew asks:
I have medium length hair it is very soft and when washed and dired goes very floppy. I have to use a lot of wax and gel to to it upright which makes it look unnatural and very greasy. What can I do to get nice and fluffy hair which looks appealing? Please help me.

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
I think the answer is that you need to have some layers cut into the style to create more body and hold. Also, try not to over condition the hair as this can make it soft and unmanageable - rather than using a rinse out conditioner, use a spray conditioner and see how that feels. Sometimes using a hairspray will give the hair the hold you need without actually weighing the hair down like a wax or putty can. Why not visit your hairdresser and ask for a consultation on what products they would recommend for your hair type? Unlike supermarkets or chemists, hairdressers are experts in their field and will gladly suggest the right products to achieve the look you desire.





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