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Cindy asks:
I am 46 years old and have slightly coarse, wavy and thick hair all my life. I have a round to oval face and I am hoping to find a wash and go style. I am considering a perm to give my style a tighter and all over curl as the top layer of my hair does not curl well only the underneath. Do you think a perm with large rollers would work well or just go for a shoulder length type haircut? Currently my hair is blonde (no highlights in over a year) and about shoulder length with tapering and bottom of the eye length bangs.

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
How lucky are you to have coarse, wavy thick hair all your life? Why don't you first have your hair cut into a style that would encourage your natural waves and use the correct styling products to help? Then if you still need more than certainly go ahead and have some soft movement put through your hair if the condition of your hair allows it. The salon would probably do a strand test for you prior to any perm. Go for it





Donna asks:
I have been dying my hair for many years a dark brown, then 2 months ago I decided to go red the problem I have is although I used a lightening colour my roots are a great shade of red and the rest of it is a darker shade of red. I have tried to lighten it to match the roots but to no avail what advice can you give me apart from sending me to a salon which I just donít have the time or money.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Unfortunately because you have been colouring your hair for a while, you will have a build up of colour on the ends. This means that the only alternative to lighten and brighten the ends of your hair to a good shade of red is to use a lightening product such as bleach. I know you don't want to go to a salon, but maybe getting a few red highlights just on top will balance out your colour







Michelle asks:
My hair is incredibly dry. It doesn't stay straight but instead creates bumps at the sides all the time. I don't know why this is happening and I've tried so many products including hair conditioner to get rid of this problem. It looks really unsightly and it undermines my confidence. Even when I try to straighten it with straighteners, the hair will still create that same bump. I've tried to make the bumps more straight in the past by concentrating heat using the hairdryer but to no avail. I'm at a loss at what to do. Please help!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
It sounds like you have tried most things, but don't give up just yet! Firstly I would strongly recommend a leave in conditioner like Sebastian Potion 9. This will hopefully help with the dryness and add some shine.

As far as the bumps in your hair, you could try having your hair chemically straightened with something like Wellstraight, but make sure this is done in a professional salon.





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