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Eeqa asks:
Is a concave hairstyle suitable for thin fine hair?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Absolutely, it will distribute the weight of the hair to come forward making your hair look thicker. Make an appointment with your stylist to discuss possible options.

Laura asks:
Iíve got dark blonde/light brown hair with natural highlights I like the colour but my hair is thick, under bust length with long layers that Iím trying to grow out as they just added more volume. (If I go too short I look like a triangle) I was hoping you could give me some advice on what style to get as my hair has just too much volume even after blow drying and straightening with good straighteners and this straightening gum I bought from Toni&Guy! Iíve also tried thinning but it didnít really make any difference. The texture of my hair is strange Iíve got two types of hair in one on top my hair tends to be smooth and fairly straight while underneath some of my hair it thicker and has zig-zaggy shafts and has got a natural wave but not nice enough to make good curls. I also bought that Boots home chemical straightening kit in shear desperation as I really need a change! But it wouldnít straighten the test strand even after the max time so I didnít use it! Is my hair just destined to by a huge wave mess or is there something that I could do without spending hours every day.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
It sounds like youíve tried almost everything!

The one thing that might work is to have your hair razor thinned. This sounds drastic, but is basically a technique to help reduce the thickness in your hair. ...More >

Obviously you will still need to spend time on your hair but hopefully it will be easier for you.

Dimple asks:
I have thick slightly wavy black (South Asian Type) waist long hair. My hair tends to get frizzy and so I decided to iron it out. I have the ConAir Iron, I used it with Biosilk iron oil. It straightened out pretty well, but when I washed it out my hair looks worse than before I used the iron. Appears very brittle, dry and frizzy. Does Ironing cause this? I have been using Henna on my hair for almost 8 years now. Applying it twice a year. I was thinking is there any way to stop using it and move to hair colouring without causing funny discolorations on the hair.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
First of all waist long hair is too long - you might want to take off about a foot and a half. That will help with the condition, your ConAir Iron wonít hurt your hair; not cutting it will. As for colour ...Henna can be drying, but DO NOT put colour over Henna.

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