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Pam Swanson asks:
I have thick, wavy hair and I prefer to straighten it. I live in a hot, dry place and my hair stays straight. Problem is, I travel to many humid places, and my hair does not stay straight and it goes puffy. Any suggestions?

Michelle GriffinAnswered By:
Michelle Griffin
Frizzy hair is caused by moisture loss, so it is important that you keep your hair moisturised in a humid atmosphere. Lanza has a product line for your hair called Straight Line. This consists of a shampoo, conditioner and smoothing cream to be applied before drying to stop the humidity getting through and curling the hair back up. Always use a heat protector when using styling irons as not only will it protect your hair but lock in the moisture so that it does not become frizzy.

Mireille asks:
My hair tips are breaking which make me so upset. I always cut the edges but no solution until now. I soak it in masks and others...what should I do?

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
If there was a miracle cure other than cutting for split ends, I would be a very rich man! Serums for split ends are great masking products but do not actually tackle the problem. The best action for split ends is to begin with diet - for healthy hair, you need a healthy body. Eat the recommended five portions of fruit and veg a day and perhaps a supplement. The most important are Zinc and Omega 3 as they are great for skin, nails and hair. Continue with regular deep conditioning masks to keep your hair in optimal health but most importantly, visit your salon for regular hair cuts to remove the ends.

Sandra Ferry asks:
My son tried a new styling wax for the first time today and it will not wash out of his he has never had this problem before with any other product I wondered if you could tell me what has gone wrong.

Anthony HollandAnswered By:
Anthony Holland
Sometimes if you put too much of a certain kind of wax on you can have dificulties removing it, use some detergent on dry hair and massage it in. This will remove the wax, try to keep to the water soluble waxes so they can be removed easily...

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