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Mugh asks:
Whenever I use a straightener, my hair goes all frizzy and kinda blown up. My hair is naturally wavy and dry with a frizz. although I use a good frizz control shampoo and conditioner, still the effects are zero after I use a straightener. Please recommend some products to solve my problem.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
This is quite strange as I have never heard of this happening before. It maybe that you are using the wrong type of iron, for me I would recommend a GHD or Cloud 9 iron as these in my opinion are the best. I would also make sure you use a thermal protector product before straightening.

Monika asks:
My scalp is very sensitive, I have dandruff and hair loss from front portion. Suggest some shampoo and serum for that. Please.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
I would suggest popping down and having a chat with your stylist who can consult with you on a more personal basis, as without pictures I can only generalise. My advice for people suffering from dry hair would be to limit the number of times a week you wash your hair so your natural oils aren’t removed. Avoid using highly perfumed and product heavy hair care as these can irritate and cause build up which can lead to dandruff. Best to book in for an appointment though.

Ellie asks:
I need advice on the best way to permanently straighten very tight curly hair, do you have to use weights and a perming lotion? It’s for a ten year old girl who’s hair is very unmanageable.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
I wouldn’t ever recommend using any permanent, harsh products on such a young person’s hair, there are other options available I promise! For tight, curly hair it is ESSENTIAL that you keep the hair thoroughly moisturised and hydrated, you will see a real difference in the manageability of the hair when it is richly conditioned. Get a good haircut to ensure that the hair is in the best condition and visit the salon for a trim every 6 weeks, this will make sure none of the split ends or damaged hair turns into frizz and affects the smooth curl. Use a deep conditioning treatment in between your shampoo and conditioner regime. The reason for this is the way that shampoo works is by roughing up the cuticles on your hair which releases the dirt from the hair shaft. This naturally leaves the hair shaft open, becoming the perfect absorbing environment for your treatment allowing the proteins to penetrate deeper into your hair, for the best results possible. Experiment with up do’ style rather than encouraging hair straight – embrace the curls and work with what you have got.

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