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Sal asks:
Thank you Kala Kilshaw for the amazing and helpful advice. Do you think you can recommend any good menís products for the treatment and what to use to grow nice silky long hair and preventing frizzy curly hair?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Sal You are so welcome, I didnít recommend Menís products as I feel the moisture content and the more specific products you need feature more in lines that are professional brands designed for Men and Women. my favourites are probably Redken and Joico, stocked online as well as professional salons. Pop into a salon and they will help ypu with exactly which products are best as they can see and touch your hair. Styling wise I love a traditional wax they add weight my favourite is Dax, take effort to remove it from your hair but will help control frizz and allow you to shape your hair whilst growing it. Good luck





Syed Zabeeuddin asks:
Hi, Iím 21 and Iíve been facing hair loss problem from 3 months. I have tried consulting doctors but didnít find any solution and they advised me not to use shampoo but nothing is working Iím really worried. Please suggest to me a better solution and is biotin good for hair?

Anabel KingsleyAnswered By:
Anabel Kingsley
One product alone will not combat reduced hair volume or hair loss. It must be addressed holistically. You should give your hair internal support through diet and relevant nutritional supplements, add immediate body and moisture with a thickening, protective protein spray, and optimize the condition of your scalp with stimulating, anti-androgenic scalp drops. We make a 3-step holistic regime called Trichotherapy that addresses hair volume worries from each of these angles, Tricho Complex contains hair essential iron, Vitamin C, Vitamin B12, Biotin and Vitamin D.







Debbie asks:
Hi, I have thin frizzy fly away hair thatís shoulder length. I recently booked an appointment at my local salon, but I have been told lighter colours wouldnít be good, but I want my hair to look thicker.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
I assume your hair is very dark and thatís perhaps why the salon is advising that lighter colours wonít work for you? Have you tried having your hair a bit shorter with some face framing layers? How about the products you use are they try volumising products, make sure you donít use anything to creamy to style your hair and perhaps use dry shampoo at the root area as its clay based and bulks up the roots making the hair look thicker? Kind regards





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