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Debbie asks:
Hi Warren
I have very greasy roots and have tried lots and lots of shampoos and cannot find one that makes my hair less greasy. I donít want to have to wash my hair everyday but every other day, any suggestions? I only use shampoo and a bit of conditioner on the mid sections and ends and donít use any products apart from some heat protecting spray every other day before using GHDís.

Warren HolmesAnswered By:
Warren Holmes
Hi Debbie
There is something in your diet that is making your hair go oily. Saturated fat is bad for hair. Hair loves Fresh fruit, especially red and orange oneís as well as Vegetables, all the greens from cabbage to asparagus. Whole grains are other foods good for hair. Product wise, go for a Dry Shampoo and blast into the hair when you feel itís getting too greasy.





Ashleigh asks:
Hi Warren
I am currently growing out a layered fringe and I am finding it difficult to style in the process. Could you please give me any tips on how to style my fringe so it looks nice until it has fully grown out?

Warren HolmesAnswered By:
Warren Holmes
Hi Ashleigh,
The common problem that occurs when growing out a fringe is the shape, even if you want to grow it out it is a good idea to go and get it cut to a shape where it can move better. It may be that your hairstylist only takes away a corner or softens the line, but it will make a huge difference. Try wearing your hair down the middle and just flick the edges a little, maybe even a touch of product to give definition or completely sweep the fringe over from one side to the other, avoid partings and separate the hair when wet with your fingers. It kind of should be one extreme to the other. I love grown out fringes at the minute, they look wrong yet right, so youíre growing it out at a good time!







Anon asks:
Hello Warren thanks for getting back to my last question. What TYPES OF FOOD ARE GOOD FOR MY HAIR?

Warren HolmesAnswered By:
Warren Holmes
Hey itís cool, keep them coming.

Your hair is made up of mostly proteins so up your intake of lean meats and fish and good fats (avoid saturated fat). Look out for food containing Vitamins A, B, D and E. Hair products containing Avocado and Coconut oils are really good for adding moisture back into hair.





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