|Susie asks: |
My main problem is that I am 20 and I have long hair that is quite thin, brittle and damaged at the ends. Because my hair is damaged I tend to use hair straighteners only once every 1-2 weeks, with a heat defense spray, but still find that I am losing a lot of hair. I think that the reason for my hair loss is genetic in the sense that my mum had quite thin hair. But my main concern is that I don't really want to lose the length, but would rather try and do something to keep it in a healthier condition and looking thicker, or use something that will combat the hair loss, please help?
|Answered By: |
Although the thinning of your hair could be due to genetic factors it is more likely to be caused by the breaking of brittle hair in poor condition. It is really important to use a good conditioner every time you wash your hair and a deep, intensive treatment once a week until the condition improves. Try the Trichology Pre-Wash Reconditioning Treatment this is a super strong and highly effective treatment for restoring the condition of your hair, increasing elasticity and preventing breakage. Keep having a little cut off the ends of your hair and, in time, the hair which did break - but which will no longer do so - will catch up with the rest and you should have a substantial, attractive quantity of hair ending at a good length rather than thin and wispy long hair.
|Nassar asks: |
I am a 19 year old male. I have recently bought hair straighteners. I have thick and curly hair. However no matter how many times people try to explain to me how to properly straighten my hair I never get it right. I believe I am doing the right technique. I brush my hair backwards, it is rather wavy then, and then I slowly take little sections and pull the straighteners upwards so that I could spike it if I add matt clay. PLEASE try and explain why it is not happening to me. After completion, my hair looks half straight half curly and it is a bit of a mess. What do you suggest seeing you are an expert, could I permanently straighten my hair?
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Yes you have got the technique right, perhaps try to go slowly when you do it also try taking bigger portions as it would help you to grip the hair better. Always make sure your hair is totally dry before straightening, and as your hair is slightly shorter you can always pass the irons over the hair a few times. There are few methods of hair straightening I would suggest YUKO system as it does not damage your hair as much, however think that your hair grows from the root at a speed of approximately half an inch per month so your ends would be straight and your roots curly also it is a very expensive process.
|Dominic asks: |
I am a 15 year old boy. My hair is extremely thick and I straighten it all the time but have been trying to stop because when I wash my hair you can see all the broken hairs at the top when drying it. It is dry and rough to the touch. I love having long hair and putting it into different styles but it is too hard to manage. Can it be fixed and can you suggest products I can use please.
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Once the hair is damaged it is very difficult to repair there is a fantastic treatment call TANAGRA it restores hair up to 100% it is as good as it sounds. As for your home regime try a very cool shampoo conditioner and nourishing treatment.
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