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Vign asks:
I am 21, my hair is short medium, kinda very rough, thick and frizzy in nature. It is very hard for me to even comb my hair, I have to apply water to make it soft and then comb it. When it dries, it again comes back to its original nature. Is there any way to soften my hair or am I stuck with this kinda hair?

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Hi Vign - Rusk has an antifrizz product. This texturizing service needs to be done by a licensed cosmotologist. Make sure that a strand test is done prior to the service to make sure that this service will not damage your hair. Good Luck,





Abdul asks:
How do you convince a client to use conditioner and styling aid before blow drying?

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Hi Abdul - When I come across a stubborn client who prefers to ignore my professional advice, try doing what I do. If hair loss may eventually result by not following professional advice, install “hair loss fear in them”. Clients want to keep as much hair as they possibly can, for as long as they can. “By not using conditioner and a thermal protection styling product, you may eventually develop a dry and dehydrated scalp. Just like any living thing, your hair follicles need moisture. Flowers will not grow if the soil is dry.”







Lisa asks:
I have naturally mid-to-dark brown hair with a few stray greys, and have for the past couple of years had my hair dyed red at a salon. I’m on a budget so I recently decided to swap to home colouring, picking Connemara by L’Oreal (Recital Preference). The colour came out quite well but I was surprised at how dark it was. I really wanted to achieve a mid-tone auburn. If I continue with home dye, would I need to pre-lighten my hair at home; in which case is there a product you could recommend? Or do I simply need to pick a lighter shade?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
You don’t want to get in to pre-lightening at Home! All you need to do is choose a lighter shade. Also a word of advice – don’t put the colour all over each time you do your hair - just do the root area as you will get a very dark colour build-up.





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