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Frances asks:
I am 48 years old and in my youth had very thick, coarse red hair. This is now nearly grey and has become more frizzy lately. I think the frizzy ness is related to not being able to use the hair products that have worked well for a few years (Aveda), because of a sore and sensitive scalp. I have my hair cut regularly and I have just started using my son's hair straighteners (which I haven't used since I was 18)! But I'm aware that this route might not be the best. Any ideas?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
You are right when you say that using hair straighteners everyday is not ideal because of drying the hair out.

There are other products to use on your hair such as Sebastian Potion 9, which is a leave in conditioner. This will help reduce the frizziness and enable you to wear your hair curly on certain days, leaving you the option to straighten your hair on others. ...More >

Also consider using Wella System Professional products for your sore and sensitive scalp to see if this helps.

Alana asks:
I have very thick hair which is wavy towards the base and gets straighter toward the ends. Right now my hair comes to about my shoulders. My problem is, I canít find a cut that I really like, I end up putting it in a bun or a ponytail, every day. I have a baby so I donít have too much time to do my hair, but I really would like to find a style that is cute, and doesnít take a lot of work. If I donít use a straightener my hair is too fluffy, like I belong in the 70's. Is there a cut for me?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
I would suggest keeping the length so you still have the option of putting your hair up.

You could have some shaping around the sides and some long layers to give your hair more style and shape, and also possibly introduce some colour like high/low lights.

Ashley asks:
I have medium brown hair and I want to go to a light caramel base color interwoven w/ white chocolate low lights and thick ribbons of light vanilla cream highlights... Can this be done or is it going to take many trips to the salon to achieve it?

Akin KoniziAnswered By:
Akin Konizi
To determine exactly how long it would take for you to gain this colour would depend on your previous colour history. If you have no past colour build up, it could be created in one visit. I would recommend taking images and magazine tear outs reflecting the colours you like so help your technician understand exactly what you want.

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