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Jennie asks:
I had the underneath of my hair coloured brown for two years, the top is blonde, went to hairdresser and asked to change the brown back to blonde, now it is a orange ginger, that I donít like can I put something on it myself to make it blonde like the top, without going to the hairdresser as I have all ready spent £160 on my hair, I have very thick long to the shoulder hair?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
First please do not try this yourself! Go back to the salon that performed the colour service for you and explain the problem and your concerns. A good salon should correct this for you or compensate you for your trouble. If you do not get any joy from your hairdresser then please look for another and see if they would be willing to correct your colour on a training night.

Doing this yourself is very, very risky and I would not recommend it.

Amanda asks:
I have REALLY thick, combination hair (curly, wavy and straight) thatís past the middle of my back. I have this annoying layer of frizz hovering above the rest of my hair. Are there any good products out there to help with the frizz? Iíve tried different products with no success. Frizz comes back as soon as my hair is dry. Right now all I can do is put it in a loose ponytail that rests on the back of my neck. Is there anyway for me to "tame" my hair so I donít have to always have it pulled back?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Product wise I would strongly recommend Sebastian Potion 9 which is a leave in conditioner which will help reduce the frizz and apply shine.

You have probably tried this already, but the best tool for smoothing unruly hair is ceramic straightening irons, which will enable you to style your hair differently.

Tony asks:
I am a 23 year old male. I have brown, very thick and curly hair. I have to keep my hair very short because as it gets longer it wonít spike up properly as itís too curly and thick. I wear my hair spiked up. I want to be able to style my hair more but I canít as I need to keep it short. The forum mentions hair straightening creams etc but is it for hair as short as mine - 2cm when spiked up? What would you recommend that I do or use?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
I have the same type of hair so I appreciate your situation. If your hair is very curly and thick I would suggest having a chemical straightening process which can be done in the salon.

This will help you style your hair in the way you would like, but make sure you book a consultation first to discuss your requirements.

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