|Claire asks: |
I am getting married soon. I want to have curls, my hair is just below my shoulders and quite thick. Curls donít stay very long even when done professionally by a hairdresser. Can you suggest anything?
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Hair that has been teased and tousled within an inch of its life is great for an on trend wedding do and a chignon is a great way to go! Chignons were known to be a very structured style ten or twenty years ago but now you will see that styles are looser and more messed up, which gives you a gorgeous, more edgy, contemporary look. A great way to add texture (before you put your hair up is to twist your hair and pin it whilst damp. When it is dry take out the pins and run your fingers through your hair Ė you will have soft waves which will add lots of movement to your hair. Back comb lightly at the crown smoothing over the surface with a soft brush. Either put your hair into two sections loosely twisting and pinning into the crease of your hair creating a twisted chignon. Repeat with the bottom section.
|Erikucha asks: |
My hair is natural curly, with volume (really a lot of hair), frizzy, is thick and get dehydrates easily, is not so long just medium. My face is oval, I am short and skinny. What hair style should I get? What products are good for my type of hair? I usually use Potion 9-Sebastian. Thanks very much, I really need help!
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Potion 9 from Sebastian is a great product, but I need to understand what style you are after.
If your hair is curly and you like to wear it this way then potion 9 on its own will not create what you are after. ...More >
Given that your hair is naturally curly I would have a weave cut throughout your head to allow the natural movement to cascade more freely which will help stop the "Big Hair" situation that happens as this opens spaces within your hair to allow more control. I would recommend L`Oreal Professional Tech-ni art cream curl products to help tame and control your hair.
Apply this with your fingers and comb through when wet, then allow to dry naturally keeping your curl in control, this will allow you to play with the style when dry without making it frizzy.
|Britney asks: |
I have permed and heat damaged hair. I was born with black, curly, wavy, long, shiny beautiful hair. But I got ringworms and I had sulfur 8 and tons of perms. Now my hair is dull, not growing, short, tangled, hard and thick! My question is, how can I repair or treat my damaged hair (and Iím mixed with black, white, indian, irish, chinese).
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Hi Britney - Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp. You cannot grow beautiful flowers if the soil is bad. NIOXIN has an in-salon scalp treatment called Scalp Remedy. It removes dead scalp cell build-up, hair product build-up from the scalp. It also removes follicle build-up from the hair follicles so that they can breath. Just like anything that lives, if it cannot breath it dies. When a follicle dies, it is dead forever.Next, I recommend Joicoís K-Pak Shampoo, Conditioner and Reconstructor. There is also a great breakage treatment by, Aporgee. It is very popular with black clients with breakage. Do not add any stress to your hair such as rubber bands, pony tails, etc. Let your hair rest. Good Luck.
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