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Maureen asks:
After using the same hair colour for thirty years it has suddenly started to react with my skin. It burns my scalp neck and ears no matter how I try to prevent it. I tried different products but it still happens, is there anything I can use.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
You might want to go to your doctor and show him what happens first.





Valeska asks:
How can I make my hair straight and strong?

Gina AkersAnswered By:
Gina Akers
Straightening irons are the most popular tool for making hair look straighter and longer. You can also make your hair straight and silky using a hair dryer and brush; this is a great alternative to using hair straighteners all the time. When using your hairdryer ensure you keep some distance between the dryer and your hair so you do not over dry it. When using hair straighteners do not keep going over the same hair twice, it is much better to go over each section of hair once slowly then keep repeating the process on the same area. Always use heat protecting products before using any heated appliance on your hair, TIGIs Extra Extra Straight is great for getting sleek smooth straight hair. FHI hair styling irons use a technologically advanced ceramic heater which allows the hair to be straightened from the cortex (the very core of the hair) outwards, while sealing the cuticle flat; this is thought to be the healthiest way to straighten hair. In addition the irons use ionic technology which directly infuses negative ions into the hair to leave hair more moisturized and in better condition, feeling softer and silkier and looking shinier. From time to time you must give you hair a break from the high temperatures. You can keep your hair strong by using intensive conditioning treatments on a weekly basis. Food supplements such as Proto-cols 100% Collagen capsules these capsules help to condition your hair from the inside.







Meagan asks:
I would like to know what kind of hair care I should try. I have thick, wavy hair that comes just down to my shoulder blades. I shampoo and condition almost every day. I use mousse and hairspray to add definition. I know that is bad to shampoo your hair everyday, however, when I wake up, my hair looks like a disaster. Is there anything I can do to keep my hair healthy without it looking like a disaster the next day? Are there any hair products that you recommend?

Gina AkersAnswered By:
Gina Akers
I would definitely recommend TIGIs Control Freak Shampoo and Conditioner to help you get your hair under control. If you must wash your hair everyday ensure your use a shampoo and conditioner designed for daily use, and try conditioning your hair from the inside by taking a food supplement such as Proto-cols Collagen Capsules. Washing your hair every other day would be better as daily washing strips the hair of its natural oils and is often unnecessary. ...More >

If you are using effective styling products you will probably find that you do not need to wash your hair everyday. Try dampening your hair down with a bottle of water spray before styling and then use light but strong products to style with. Too much hairspray and mousse can be very heavy on the hair and is probably the main reason why you are having to wash your hair daily.

If you wear you hair down one day, try wearing it up the next, messy up dos have been fashionable for quite a while and it looks like they are going to be around to stay for some time yet. Long thick hair is great for wearing up and styling into funky looking up dos, experiment with different hair accessories too.

Many people find that by straightening their hair after washing and drying, it is then much more manageable and easy to control the next day. You could also try tying your hair up at night or putting into plaits so that the next day there will be less tangles to deal with.

Whatever you do the most important thing to remember is to keep your hair in the best condition possible and always apply protective products on your hair before using heated appliances.





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