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Madison asks:
Hello, I was wondering if you could answer this for me I have really oily/greasy hair and wanted to know if thereís a product I should be using for that or shampoo and conditioner? (I might be over washing my hair).

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Madison, I suggest you use a clear shampoo, rinse thoroughly and use a spray leave in conditioner on the mid lengths and ends, this will prevent over moisturising the root area of your hair. Leave the shampoo on for a few minutes before rinsing off as that again will help make sure you have thoroughly cleansed your hair and scalp. Hope this helps!

Sophie asks:
Hi there, since coming home from my regular salon last week, my hair has become very hard/brittle with an itchy scalp. All I had was a wash, cut and blow dry. I havenít used any colour for years. It doesnít feel like my own hair any more! Why could this be happening, and what can I do? Many Thanks Sophie

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Sophie, perhaps the shampoo or styling products have caused your hair and scalp to feel dry and irritated! A solution thatís quick and easy is to warm a small (teaspoon) amount of almond or coconut oil (leave in its container and immerse in hot water) apply to your scalp and really massage, do it in the evening so that can shampoo it out after an hour or leave overnight. If your going to leave overnight use an old pillowcase as it may mark it! You will need to do 2/3 shampoos and leave for a few minutes before rinsing, condition and comb through before rinsing and then drying and styling. This should make your hair and scalp feel better. If it happens again after your next salon visit ask them to use different products on your hair. Good luck

Ashley asks:
I had a bad body wave done about 5 years ago and the broken hairs from it still will not grow. It really bothers me because they stick out when I put my hair up and no products help smooth them down. Iíve seen recommendations to use a deep conditioner or oils, but my hair is extremely oily (it always has been, not because of the perm) so I donít like to use things like that on it. What can I do?

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
Unfortunately, it sounds like your hair has been damaged by the perm. The best way to restore your natural hair pattern and to encourage hair growth is to cut off the damaged hair. Not only will your hair grow back, it will grow back quicker if it isnít being weighed down by damaged locks. A healthy balanced diet and growth-encouraging supplements can really help to speed up healthy hair growth, too. It also sounds like your hair would benefit from a professional keratin treatment. This type of treatment Ė sometimes referred to as a Brazilian Blow Dry Ė uses a protein-based formula to smooth and repair, transforming dry, frizzy hair into manageable smooth tresses. It works by smoothing the hair without changing the structure; it wonít cause your hair any more damage Ė in fact the keratin will help to repair existing damage. It is perfectly safe to use on previously permed hair and it will help to strengthen your weakened and broken locks. Look for a professional in your area that is experienced in Brazilian Blow-Dryís, and who can give you a thorough consultation. They will be able to check the condition of your hair and confirm that this is the right treatment for you, before going ahead

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