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Paul asks:
Last week I saw a picture on Instagram from a boy with nearly my hair length and curls. I really like his kind of hairstyle, so I came up with the following question: How do I make and with which hair products can I make this hairstyle? Hopefully you can help me further.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Paul, So I think if you apply some styling cream, and blow dry with your fingers if you have naturally tighter curls than the image as this will drag them out. Or add a diffuser to the hairdryer and create the volume and movement. Once the hair is completely dry use a styling paste or putty to separate and define, most pastes and putty’s have hold so you shouldn’t need to use hairspray. Good luck





Mel asks:
Hello. A few years back I bleached my hair at home (huge mistake!!) and my hair fell out and now it’s really short:(it won’t grow anymore). I just want to know what product or what I can do to help it grow again! Please get back to me ASAP! Thanks heaps

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Mel, Okay so diet is key, lots of zinc, omegas and vitamin B, D & E. I am an advocate for taking supplements too and there is such a wide choice available on the market including vegan and vegetarian versions. Give you scalp a gentle massage when you shampoo and condition, make sure you are gentle when combing and brushing your hair when its wet or dry. If you don’t see an improvement and you’re not on medication perhaps ask your GP to do some tests. Good luck







Susan asks:
I just had my hair coloured and the hairdresser said I could use a henna wax to help condition it. Is that the best thing to use? There are so many products about that I am a bit confused as to which is the best treatment. I have curly but dry hair and also straighten it.Thanks sue

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Susan, I prefer to recommend for curly coloured treated hair, moisturizing masks. There are lots available on the high street as well as in salons. Apply, comb through and cover with a shower cap for 20 minutes for best results. The moisture in the mask will help soften your hair so make it easier to straighten and smooth. Thank you





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