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Penny asks:
I have very thick, wavy long blonde hair. It goes quite bushy and frizzy. I have to straighten it to go out anywhere nice; otherwise I tie it up as I run a pet care service mainly dog walking. I really want a change and I love the mid length tapered up from front to back look, bit like Rihannas in Umbrella. Would my hair take this without constant straightening and would it drive me mad out in all weathers dog walking?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
To be honest, yes. Although the style would look great when you straighten it, if your hair is naturally wavy and thick this style does take a lot of up keep and would not look that great if you do not straighten it. You could try having a chemical straightening process but I would strongly recommend you have a consultation first.

Vanessa asks:
My daughter has thick hair but has a layer of frizz at the sides of her head which she has become very conscious of at the age of 13. The only way she can control this is to brush the hair on top around the sides to hide the frizz and tie back in a ponytail. She is definitely not happy with her hair and I would love to help her. Please could you suggest a suitable brand of shampoo and conditioner that would help calm this frizz?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Sebastian has a fantastic range of products called Laminates. The shampoo and conditioner in this range is perfect for your daughters problem. This will not only help reduce the frizz problem but will without doubt give a fantastic, beautiful shine result just like the title of the range itself

Sharon asks:
I am a black British girl living in Melbourne Australia. I have had dreadlocks most of my adult life but shaved them off over a year ago and have regrown my hair for the past year with help from braids. I am now stopping the braiding and will be giving my hair treatments up until Christmas to get it into good condition as I want to keep a natural 2-3 inch funky dreaded afro (kind of like Gary Dourdan in CSI. I may have to ask a European hairdresser to colour it as there are very few Afro Caribbean hairdressers here. I want to colour it brown going into a goldy blonde on the ends. How would they do this? Would they just use bleach? Can I use a semi permanent instead to do less damage to my hair? And what products do you recommend I/they use? My hair is fine but there is lots of it so it is pretty dense and thick.

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
I can recommend the product Dark & Lovely by Softsheen and Carson for taking your hair colour up to the shade you want. Just click on the link to view the different shades you can purchase.

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