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Summer asks:
I have straight hair, but I would really like it wavy like when you grunge your hair with hair gel. Is there any way to do that without using curling irons, hair gel, or getting a perm, but it would still look natural?

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Hi Summer - The only way you are going to be able to change the texture of your hair is with some sort of hair products. When your hair is damp, run some texturizer from the roots to the ends, wait about 5 minutes then add mousse concentrating on the ends. If this does not work then your hair is just too straight and you will need to use a curling tool. Good Luck,





Anna asks:
Hi, I have mid-length hair, straight with a slight wave and frizz on the layers. I use a straightener occasionally, but I live in South Asia, where itís 80% humidity even in the winter (like literally sweat on the scalp). I was wondering when I should use an anti-frizz serum, before or after straightening? I use conditioner beforehand, or my hair gets totally frizzy, but serum tends to make hair oily due to the heat. I also wanted to know if side-swept full bangs on a small, square/heart shaped face would look good? Thank you so much.

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Hi Anna - A finishing styling product may be applied on the ends. This will help seal the ends so that the hair stays straight and does not frizz. You can have side swept bangs but a small fringe (bangs) not too heavy. You will look fabulous.

Good Luck







Melissa asks:
I have light brown hair with naturally blonde, reddish highlights to the middle of my back and I colored it dark brown and it turned out black. I used permanent and am just wondering how long it will take to fade/grow out, is there any products I can use to make it fade out faster?

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Hi Melissa - Wash your hair with dishwashing liquid. This is an old hairdresserís secret. Dishwashing liquid has a lot of detergent in it and will help remove some of the color from your hair.





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