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Nada asks:
I have thick curly hair, so I wanted to know what is the best way to get my hair straightened by a professional hairdresser? Is it yoku??

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Nada - Yuko is a great straightener, so is a professional line called Rusk. I have used many during my career and other than yuko, I would recommend Rusk. Try a strand test first before you straighten all of your hair. Good Luck.





Emma asks:
I have a very strong kink in my hair and it is much thicker at the front than it is on the crown and it pulls forward quite strongly. I detest it short on the crown and long at the front as this only accentuates the problem but no matter how many different stylists I go to (about a dozen so far over the last few years) they all seem to give me the same "tilted" style and it drives me insane. I have found that having a diamond cut in on the crown and plenty of slicing through the front works really well but no-one will do this for me. I just always come out with the same short layered cut which is long at the front and short on the crown. I hate it and I am at my wits end. I recently found a stylist who said she would cut a diamond in at the crown and half way through the cut it looked beautiful and I was really pleased. As she was finishing off the style she started snipping away at the crown and took it right in short again, when I commented that it was very short again I asked if it was still a diamond and she said "no but itís very similar"! It is now much shorter than it has been in a long time and I really donít know where Iím going wrong. Every time I ask them not to cut it short they seem to completely ignore me and go ahead and cut it short anyway. I canít get anyone to slice through the front either. Why wonít they just do as I ask? Please help I really donít know how to get what I want. I am visiting all the most reputable salons and itís costing me a fortune.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
The only advice I can give is to explain exactly what you have to me and the problems you have had in the past.

A good stylist at a reputable salon should listen to your needs and cut the hair how you have requested. ...More >

Iím afraid to say its a little trial and error.







Koila asks:
I am a 26 year old lady and I have problems with my hair I usually cut my hair because I want to grow it, so when it grows it doesnít grow long as I expected so please help me to grow my hair longer and thicker.

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Over the years I have found that some of my clients who had problems growing their hair prior to hair extensions, experienced uninterrupted hair growth once their non intrusive hair extensions were added. ...More >

Everyoneís hair grows, but often due to the condition of your hair, you might find it breaks far quicker than it grows due to a few reasons.
Chemical treatments which might damage or stunt hair growth Diet, the hair and nails are under nourished.
Too much heat. Excessive straightening of hair with no proper protection
Weak hair due to all or some of the above.
Hereditary hair conditions.

Adding hair extensions can often give your own hair a rest and allow it to grow uninterrupted. I would suggest that if you want your hair to grow without an intrusive method, you try the integrated weave techniques. This is when the hair is braided and a weft of hair is stitched to that braid. Every time you have it tightened, your hair should have grown a little more and the new growth is just rebraided (tightened). You would need to be prepared to wear your hair like this for at least a year before you would see some impressive results.





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