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Kathryn asks:
I have shoulder length hair and it is really puffy and thick, I straighten it most of the time but am getting really sick of it and was wondering if I could have my hair permanently straightened. What would I have to do to get that done and how much would it cost?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
You could get it permanently straightened, however most are under the misconception that this means that you have to do nothing to your hair. However this is not the case, your hair will be more dry and probably more frizzy. You will of course have to then blow dry your hair to make it straight. May I suggest you try a good thermal hair relaxer such as Razzamatazz Strait time . It will smooth your hair and make it smooth without the harmful effects of chemicals. Your hair will be protected from hot styling tools and the effects of straightening will last much longer. It s quite costly to get your hair permanently relaxed and it will need to be re-done every six weeks.





Anne-Marie asks:
I have shoulder length thick wavy hair which often looks frizzy, I have tried different styles but have never found one that I really like I was thinking about getting a loose perm do you think this would be a good idea as I have a round face shape.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
In my opinion I feel that getting a loose perm will just add to your frizz problem. It will lift the cuticle and dry out your hair. May I suggest you using a good clarifying shampoo such as Razzamatazz clean start and then using moisturizing products that will encourage curl as opposed to a frizzy wave. Also Razzamatazz Jellee is an awesome product for de-frizzing and making wavy or curly hair soft and shiny.







Kathryn asks:
I am 18 and have coloured medium brown extra long hair which is not thick or thin, its in between and I want something different. I would like to go ash blonde with caramel foils underneath, but I do not want to look like Barbie. What else could I do and would stripping my hair be very damaging. I there another way?

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
It all depends on the condition of your hair, before you put any colour in the hair make sure that you condition and moisturise your hair. The prior preparation of the hair it is very important for us before any colouring service try J. F. Lazartigues moisturising mask, a great product. As for hair colour if the condition is ok and your hairdresser agrees with it, GO FOR IT !!





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