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Cerys asks:
I am naturally dark brunette but up until last August I was bleached and grey haired. In September I had my hair darkened to a more natural blonde and since then have had no bleach. I only buy the professional products and treatments after a lot of research, I do not straighten or blow dry my hair and do olaplex and other treatments once a week. My hair still will not grow and looks damaged. I donít know what else to do to make my hair grow and look healthy.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Cerys, May I suggest that you try taking a supplement, sometimes diet and medication can have an adverse effect on your hair? Also invest in a clarifying shampoo to deep cleanse your hair and remove any build up of product on your hair, try having semi colour just for a while so that you know that there is nothing preventing your hair from growing and being healthy and shiny. Good luck





Olivia asks:
How do I grow out my pixie cut?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Olivia
As undercuts are the big thing at the moment, I would try that and grow the layers of the pixie cut out to a layered bob. This way it looks cool whilst growing and with styling product you can gel it all back etc., throughout the summer. Good luck







Alonso asks:
Hi there, Iím a 27 year old male and unfortunately slightly receding... Iím currently going through a horrible time with my overall hairstyle choice and have no idea what to do with it. Iíve tried lots of styles including the fully shaved/buzzcut look, right up to medium length waves, shaved sides etc, and I feel that nothing suits me whatsoever. Is there anywhere I can go (UK) where somebody could give me some personalised advice on what would look best on me? Please help! Thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Alonso, I am so sorry you are struggling to get good professional advice on your hair and styling. May I suggest that you book into a reputable unisex salon and ask in advance if you can have a full consultation free of charge. You may have to phone around but there are lots of amazing salons around that will help advice. Meanwhile take a look at your diet and make sure its rich in nutrients as well as use the best shampoo and styling products possible, also invest in a hair dryer as that will really help you create more hair styles and maybe a supplement this will all help condition your hair and scalp and that will in turn improve your hair and its appearance. Good luck





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