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Joanna Lees asks:
I have naturally very tight curly hair which although it sometimes goes into nice spirals, most of the time the curls are different shapes and go in all directions no matter what I do. I had yuko and liked it but have grown it out. I would like to be able to wear my hair in a looser curl, is there any way of doing this by having a loose perm or any styling technique I may not have tried. It is just reaching my shoulders at the moment.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
You have a couple of options you could either get a soft relaxer such as Rusk Radical anti-curl, you could use a non-chemical hair relaxer such as Razzamatazz STRAIT TIME. or get a perm on large rollers to soften out the curl. This should be fine even if there is some old Yuko in there as both products are made with ammonium thioglycolate. However insist that your stylist does an incompatibility first, just to be on the safe side





Helen asks:
I have shoulder length hair cut into layers, when drying I use a diffuser and some mousse, but the top of my hair just will not curl, would a soft perm sovle this problem?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Yes! a soft perm would help. Actually a root perm would be sufficient. This will give you natural lift and add body without being overly curly. be careful not to overuse the mousse as it can weigh your hair down and the fact that it may dry out your hair will prevent your hair form curling. Make sure that you use good moisturising products that will enhance curl.







Jane asks:
Everytime I have my hair highlighted within a couple of weeks it starts to go green, this has been happening since May 05, I have tried different hairdressers whom never seem to know the answer why this is happening. I donít go swimming and I use Redken products but my hair is very dry and badly damaged. Please could you suggest any answers as to why this is happening

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
Richard says
This is a very unusual occurrence - normally I would say visit a different hairdresser for a second opinion but youíve already done this! There must be some chemical conflict with some old bleach that you have in your hair that keeps reacting to the new highlights. It may be that you will need to decide to give your hair a break from highlighting and start to have dark colours added until the blonde has grown out.
Another suggestion is to use blonde hair extensions as these wonít change colour





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