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Ally asks:
I have really thick hair just below my shoulders. A while ago I had it thinned and it made it frizzy and I preferred it the way it was. Can you suggest anything I can do to thin my hair out without it frizzing?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
You can try few things, one would be to ''chop it'' into this would cut it in a more un-even way which would prevented from frizzing, try to avoid thinning scissors or razors as they could make the problem worst as thinning up ends would make the hair unprotected un with tendency of become ''fluffier'' with humidity. Try all ways right shampoo and conditioner (J.F. Lazartigue moisturazing range) and also a good styling aid as J.F.Lazartigue straightening gel even if your hair could be straight it would help to keep humidity away from your hair and of course for now do not forget your straightening irons.





Ruby asks:
I have waist length brown hair but I have wanted it ash blonde for ages. I have tried going to a salon to have it highlighted many times but it still is not that pale blonde that I want. I have been told that I should not have an all over bleach because my hair is so long it will get severely damaged, I have thought bout getting blonde extensions or weaves put in but I do not know much about them. Please help me get that long rapunzel blonde hair that I so want.

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
It would seem as though your issue is one of colour and not length or volume. I would recommend going to a salon that specialises in colouring long hair. They will be a bit more expensive, but it will be worth it because they will be able to deliver what you want without damaging your hair. Not all salons specialise in this so ask to see some evidence of their work. Hair extensions can help to give you highlights, but they would also add volume. This could render your hair too thick and unmanageable. There is also the added risk that if they are not removed properly, you could end up with hair loss which, in turn could thin out your hair. I would seek a consultation with a specialist first of all.







Claire asks:
My hair is thick and down to my bottom. When wet it is quite wavy and has ringlets at the ends. When my hair dries it does not look so curly. I want to tong my hair but my hair is too long to fit around the tongs. What can I do?

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Your hair is too heavy to retain any curl when dry. The best thing to do would be to layer your hair which would revive the curl that are there, the amount of layering will be determined by weight and length of hair and suitability of texture. If you want to keep length but layer heavily you could gently twist hair before you wrap around tongs this would make hair shorter and would give curl more spring. If you buy professional tongs they are longer so will be easier for you to use on your hair.





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