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Jessica asks:
My hair is thick and oily. I canít have showers at night because by the morning my hair is already greasy. I want to get layers but I donít know if this will make styling easier because in the morning I can just blow dry it flat. Will this work?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
You may find that getting layers will make your hair look lanky as it gets greasy. Use a good fruit based shampoo for normal to oily hair such as Razzamatazz 3 in 1 Shampoo. If you need conditioner just apply it to the ends.

Ellie asks:
I have extremely thick, coarse, frizzy hair which is quite long. Although I am Caucasian, I would say that my hair is similar in texture to afro hair. When I straighten it with ceramic straighteners, it goes poker straight and feels sleek and smooth. However, as soon as I wash it, it returns to a frizzy mess. I would love to get it permanently straightened. However, would like advice on the best method of straightening for my hair.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
In relation to your question about relaxing your hair may I suggest a good thermal protector such as RAZZAMATAZZ Strait Time, the moisture loc shampoo and tri protein conditioner are also great.
You very often find that using chemicals make the hair more dry and frizzy

Kayleih asks:
I have thick hair, and half the time I feel like I am wearing a wig, I need a new style but I do not know what would suit me, is there anyway to control my hair, I have tried layers but it just gets thicker, is there anything and what style?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
One way of reducing the thickness of your hair is to have the feather blade (razor) or thinning scissors put through your hair.

This will remove some of the bulk and hopefully make styling a lot easier. There are also some great products on the market to also help control your hair.

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