|P McCarron asks: |
Hairstyle suitable for really fine hair?
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Ask your hairdresser for a chunky style - jaw/mid length is best as growing it longer can make it look spindly. Think Kirsten Dunst – her fine hair always looks perfect. Or, you can go down the fake root with Racoon hair extensions as these are a great way to get an instant thickness boost - a few carefully placed partial extensions around the crown area will give the impression of extra volume. Plus, fine hair can really benefit from colouring as the colour molecule sits inside the cortex (hair shaft) and swells it so that colouring can make fine hair feel much bulkier. You may also like to consider restructuring the hair. It is not actually a perm with curls but more of a wave and body effect. Your hair is set on very large rollers to give some bounce to your hair.
|Kiersten asks: |
I am thirteen, and have been cutting my hair shorter and shorter for about a year. My last cut went a bit too short and its very hard to deal with because of my thick and poofy, very wavy hair. Is there any way, under any circumstances, a way to speed up hair growth? Like, foods, shampoos, serums, or any other treatments that can encourage hair growth? I have been using a product called Be Long, and its hard to tell if its truly working. I think its having a mild effect. Also, I have been dyeing my hair since August about every month, give or take. I am interested in removing the colour. I have heard of products that can strip off the colour. But my concern is that after repeated dyeing, it will be too harsh, as I have heard it is, and damage my hair. Any suggestions to removing my colour?
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Wow, you really have a love for hairdressing! But, I think you need to slow down and allow your hair time to grow and give it a break from colouring. Firstly, I am not sure that the product you are using on your hair will encourage it to grown any faster, I think that healthy hair always starts from within - there is no substitute for a poor diet! Plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables are essential - get your 5 portions from fresh if you can, but remember that a glass of orange juice or a bowl of tomato soup count as one each. You can use supplements too – the most important are Zinc and Omega 3 for great skin, nails and hair...but with your age, ask your doctor or chemist for advice before taking any supplements. In response to your hair colour dilemmas, I think its time you took a break. There are some products on the market that can remove hair colour but I would strongly advise you visit a professional salon and ask their advice. My tip is to perhaps visit a manufacturer hair academy and see if you can be a model to demonstrate colour correction.
|Victoria Jamieson asks: |
My hair is just below shoulder length and it is fine, but there is a lot of it - how long, roughly, would it take to have it braided?
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It should be long enough to braid now, ask your hairdresser if this is so. Go for a consultation depending on how you want it braided and how thick you want the braids depends on how long it will take ...have fun...
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