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Danielle asks:
I have been straightening my hair for over 5 years now and cannot live without straightening it, my hair is rather long and I have not Been sensible and took proper care of my hair as I have recently started using heat protection products, to stop split ends and breakage of the hair but I realised I already have that and my hair is starting to feel dry and like straw but if I donít straighten my hair I look horrible and what can I do to get rid of the horrible split ends, and the dryness of my hair?

Damien CarneyAnswered By:
Damien Carney
Try Joico K-Pak regime which is a line of hair care products that condition and reconstructs the hair. Straightening the hair on a regular basis depletes all the moisture, thus the dry split hair. The Joico Split End Mender is a great in-between salon fixer! You will also need to have a hair cut to remove the damage. If not it will only damage and spoil the opportunity of achieving any length. Condition, condition! Trim hair your hair will be much healthier. Also, try to avoid heated tools where and when you can.

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.

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