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Sue asks:
I am 55 and after chemo my hair has now gone curly and looks like it deserves a blue rinse - horrors! I have always had a long straight bob and like to think Iím fairly contemporary and I canít bear this look - so ageing! Iím trying to grow it longer but Iíve a way to go, it probably wonít be so bad then but any advice what I can do in the meantime to make the best of it? Iíve quite a round face so this does nothing for me and is so ageing!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Unfortunately this is quite common after chemo, and sadly until your hair has more length and is stronger I would not suggest any form of chemical straightening. There are some good products on the market to help straighten your hair though that you could give a try, such as Lanza Anti Aging





Apriyile Denise asks:
What am I doing wrong!?? Iím a beginner at cutting hair. I do my own hairweaves, not extensions, but hairweaves. My question is when I cut my hair this is what I do, I grab sections of hair run the scissors down the shaft and then I cut into the ends of the hair. The look I was trying to get was I want to keep the length which is long approximately the middle of my back and I want the hair to look like long shards of broken glass. Please help!!!

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Hi Apriyille - You may try some styling product such as a molding mud to create the broken glass look.







Mary Lou asks:
Iíve recently had real hair extensions added and they look great - please can you give me some advice about what products you recommend to keep them in top condition - shampoo, conditioner, styling. Also, how often can I use my straighteners on them?

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Hi Mary Lou - Use only professional products purchased at a salon or a reputable beauty supply. Wash your hair 2-3 times a week. Condition only the ends, keep conditioner away from the bonds. Whenever you do any thermal styling, always use a thermal protectant product to protect your investment.





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