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Divya asks:
I wanted to bring a tremendous change in my outlook through changing my hairstyle. My hair is thin, frizzy and shoulder length, what style can you recommend?

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
Hi Divya, A new haircut is the best way to start your fresh look. Research is the key. Get inspiration from images on the net. Look at colour, length, volume and texture. Once you are inspired find your stylist and have a thorough consultation with him/her. Listen to their ideas and if you like what they are saying GO FOR IT! Find out about the upkeep of your new look- cost, how often, products and how to style. You’re going to love it!

Shirley asks:
I had my hair bleached a few months ago and I recently dyed it brown. I was wondering what the procedure would be if I dyed my hair blonde. Do I have to remove the brown dye? Or can I just dye it blonde right away?

Damien CarneyAnswered By:
Damien Carney
There is no one set method and or approach. Each head of hair is different, based on condition, porosity, texture, length, etc. All important factors. Returning your hair back to a bleached look should be done in small, slow steps, especially since you’ve done it yourself. So not to create any further damage to the hair. I recommend that you only go to a colour specialist that can analyse your particular scenario. Each head of hair is different and requires a different product and or technique. You might have to slowly go back to your bleached look. This could take 2/3 or more sessions at a salon over a period of time. My general rule of thumb to return back to your bleached look, is to do it nice and slowly over a longer period of time. Colouring it back to a bleached look in one go, can create so much damage. Go see a professional colourist so they can look at your hair and work out a plan of action.

Amandeep asks:
What can I do to get smooth hair? except rebounding and smoothing, because if I have this treatment I worry that there is a problem that I will never be able to curl my hair. Also I cannot wear a bun or other hairstyles, because my hair is really rough.

Damien CarneyAnswered By:
Damien Carney
There are temporary ways of smoothing the hair - e.g. blow drying. Condition it vital choosing the right smoothing shampoo, conditioner and styling. These products can smooth and help by adding moisture to the hair. But this is only temporary.

Rebounding and smoothing.
These are chemicals that help to control unruly, frizzy hair and are often a great solution to creating smooth hair. The treatments can vary from loosing the natural texture and or curl all the ways to the hair looking pretty straight. Keep in mind that the more you straighten and defy your natural texture the more up keep it will take to maintain as your natural curly, unruly hair will grow through ( re growth) I would recommend the mild version of the smoothing system to see how you like it. That would also retain some of your natural curl, with out it being unruly.

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