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Dan asks:
My hair is pretty unmanageable right now. I have naturally thin hair that is very heavily processed - parts of it have been bleached twice! Anyway, I can never get the style I want with my hair and no styling product seems to work. My hair is fairly long, side swept fringe across the left eye and down to past my ears on sides, just about the shoulders at the nape of my neck. I was thinking about changing straighteners too, as I have cloud 9 mini irons which seem to do nothing. Anyway my question is, what should I do to repair my hair and get the style I want? I want a style that is quite defined but poofy at the same time - yes, an emo style. Shoot me if you must. I am constantly using Lush’s Seanik dry shampoo and Rehab shampoo (alternating on a daily basis) whilst using Timotei’s intense repair conditioner and a deep conditioner every few days. I use Guardian Angel as a heat protect spray. Is there any "magic" way of revitalizing my hair?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Firstly I would strongly recommend trying Wella Professionals Alchemy in salon treatments. The reason for this is that these intensive conditioning treatments are dual benefits which means they can help restore the condition that has been dried out from the bleaching process and at the same time either treat the colour or add volume to your hair. Secondly you really should consider either not bleaching your hair or not using the irons on it, as both of these processes are really going to damage your hair especially as it is thin. Personally I would stop bleaching and purchase some GHD irons and thermal protector to use before straightening.

Candice asks:
Why does my hair look greasy after washing it with a new shampoo? It looks awful as I have very fine hair. I hope the hair will get used to the shampoo, as it is supposed to be a very good shampoo.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
1st the shampoo and conditioner may be to heavy for your hair. 2nd after shampooing your hair rinse with as cool a water as you can stand. This will cool down your scalp and help slow down sebum production. Your scalp natural oil. 3rd only apply your conditioner too your midlengths and ends. Try and keep it away from your roots and rinse well. And remember while shampooing your hair only.use a light massage technique. Please let me know how you get on.

Marissa asks:
Can I use two different brands of shampoo/conditioner?

Warren HolmesAnswered By:
Warren Holmes
Yes there is no problem using two separate brands. I often see clients who will use a particular brand for shampoo that cleanses and removes products and for instance a different brand for a high intensive moisture treatment conditioner. I usually find people spend more on there conditioner than on there shampoo and go for a more professional brand.

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