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Adele asks:
I have shoulder length hair and its very thick so I bought thinning scissors but they ruined my hair and now I have lots of unwanted layers in my hair is it possible to get extensions to make all my hair the same length and can you tell me how much that would cost?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Cutting your own hair is a big mistake as you have found out. Introducing hair extensions will not resolve the problem so I feel they would be a waste of your money invested into rectifying the problem you have. ...More >

Visit a good professional salon near your home town and have a consultation, explain your problem and they should be able to resolve the situation you have at the moment.

Thinning scissors are a great tool to work with in the right hands and used in the correct way. As you have found out used wrongly they can cause many problems.





David asks:
I was wondering where I can get advise on taking care of my hair. I am of Spanish/Portuguese heritage with thick, course, dark brown hair. I've always had my hair short and recently I've decided to grow my hair out. It's getting to the point where it's really unmanageable and looks horrific. Do you have any advice on where to get help on this? Thank you

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
May I suggest a good gel mousse such as Razzamatazz Biogel mousse this gives extra control whilst making your hair feel very soft and manageable.







Katherine asks:
My natural hair colour is a mousey brown and about 2 years ago I began dyeing it blonde, after a year I grew bored of the colour and the awful condition of my hair so I dyed it brown with reddish tints. Right now itís a browny red colour and my roots are about an inch thick. Ideally I want to get it back to the colour it was when I first began dyeing it which was a base colour of light brown and subtle blonde highlights. I have been advised this would be difficult because of the bleach from the blonde and the red that is in my hair now. Any suggestions you have other than just waiting for the red colour to grow out (which will take forever) would be really appreciated.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
The main concern here is the condition of your hair. Because you have had so many colours the best advice I can give is you could consider having your hair stripped of all the old colour so that youíre starting a fresh so to speak. ...More >

This will obviously dry the hair some what and I fear this is why some hairdressers have been reluctant to do it for you.

Sorry I couldn't have been of more help.





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