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Magda asks:
Hi its Magda from UK. I have keratin straightened hair. A few days ago my hairdresser bleached my hair blond. The result is devastating. My hair is thin and ends are totally burned. It looks very frizzy in the end and feels like plastic. She gave me olaplex home hair treatment but its not helping much. Now she offered to cut the ends and use intensive olaplex treatment. I was wondering what else I can do to help my hair go back to "normal". Any products? Iím not supposed to use any with alcohol as it damages the keratin. It takes me twice much time to dry my hair as well. Thank you for any help

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Magda I am so sorry this has happened to you, but apart from being patient, using professional shampoo, conditioner and treatments weekly and taking a specific hair supplement there is nothing you can do. You will notice a difference in a few weeks and then have a trim. I would ask the stylist in advance next time to do a strand test on the hair first to check your hair is strong enough.





Chloe asks:
My hair is naturally a copper-browny colour but for the past few years ive always dyed it dark brown or black. The last time i put a colour on was about a month ago and it was dark brown but now id love to go a lot lighter. Will using a "touch of purple" or "go blonde" shampoo be worth doing before I go to the hair dressers to get it bleached? will it have any affects or is it not worth trying?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Chloe because the products you are talking about are deposit only meaning the only sit on the surface of the hair and add temporary tone its really not worth doing before the lightening process at the salon, perfect afterwards though.







Mrs J A Quinn asks:
Hi, 3wks ago I discovered a bald area about the size 20p on my 10 year old daughter scalp when I was doing her hair. I took her to the doctors and the doctor thought he could see the hair follicle and thought it would repair itself. She dances and has had a lot of competitions so he thought it might be from her wearing her hair up. I have been using nioxin products on her to try and help it and been checking her scalp every day and there has been no change. Should I take her back to see a doctor or do I just wait longer, I am trying not to worry her by not making too much of a fuss.

Deborah ChesterAnswered By:
Deborah Chester
Dear Mrs Quinn,

by the sound of your descrition it is Alopecia Areata, this is an auto immune condition .Auto immune means the body attacking itself this can be bought on by stress or possibly puberty.The follicles are dormant so may or may not recover. Small patches usually have a good prognosis and do recover! But this condition is difficult to give a defining prognosis. If the patch is in the hair line then it will be traction Alopecia from puling the hair tight so this should grow back once you stop pulling the hair so tight ...More >

.I hope this helps , for further advice on Alopecia contact Alopecia Uk.





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