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John asks:
I have really thick hair it annoys me so much every time I go to get my hair cut I get it thinned out but then within 4-5 days it is back to how it was what could I do to help prevent this?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
The WORST thing you could have done is your hair thinned especially if this is done with thinning scissors.

I would recommend having your hair skimmed with a razor, this way your hair will become easier to manage and you will not be having difficulty 4-5 days later.





Julia asks:
I am 22 and born with really thick black wavy hair. I permanently straightened my hair twice in 2 years now and now the hair has started to grow back as expected. I always had my hair tied in a pony tail all my life mainly because of the thickness and the puffy look. I am really looking for a change of style something to break the pony style and preferably one I could leave my hair open. Could you please suggest a good cut that could thin the hair at the crown of the head but at the same time, a thinning that would; not look like a "rats tail"!

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Your hair sounds gorgeous.

I would recommend a razor cut called internal diffusion. This technique put internal layers inside your hair cut. Not only will this remove some of your bulk making it easier to dry but it would also make your hair much more manageable and not like "rats tails". Ensure you go to an experienced stylist that is adapt at razoring techniques.







Tuna asks:
I am a Chinese Asian with thick long black wavy hair. Since coming to UK, I found it difficult to have reasonable price for permanent hair straightening. A friend of mine recommended me a salon which expertise is to straighten afro hair. Is there a different technique to straightening afro than a normal permanent straightening? Can I opt for the service for my hair?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
In my opinion the best result is a process called Yuko there are salons who specialise in this however there are relaxers but I think the Yuko is far by the best.





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