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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.

Julie asks:
I really want to know what sort of style to get for my next haircut. I am 21 years old with shoulder length dark brown hair. It is curly/ wavy and when I straighten it and go outside it goes frizzy within minutes no matter how long I take to straighten it and what products I use. I have a two year old son who keeps me on my toes so don’t have all the time in the world to spend on my hair. Any advice?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
I’m not sure if you have already tried this but I would try perhaps going slightly shorter in the length and then having some layers cut through your hair. ...More >

The reason for this is it would encourage your hair to curl and I would personally wear your hair more naturally as this will be easier and quicker to do.

Hope this helps.

Jennifer asks:
I have recently had my hair cut short (similar to that of TV presenter, Emma Griffiths). However, I’d like to achieve a matte, texturised effect like Jessica Stroup’s, as seen at the Young Hollywood Awards. Which products should I use? My hair is also quite fine.

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
Schwarzkopf Essensity Texturising Mud is fab


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