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Aneka asks:
I am a female and I have thick hair and itís currently just on shoulder length; Iím thinking of getting it cut in a hairstyle similar or like the one boys have, I donít know if it will fit my appearance or not?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Aneka, I think you should always experiment with your hair and having thick hair means you are able to carry off most hairstyles. I would have a couple of consultations at salons and get some style suggestions and also advice on aftercare and styling required to maintain the look. Good luck and I hope you love it!

Marie asks:
I am in my forties and was a red brown when younger, but Iím almost completely grey now. I have freckles now with no 8 fair blonde highlighted mid length frizzy coarse unmanageable hair. My hair is very heavy and thick on the top of my head, but thin on the back. I wondered if I should embrace the grey now and go natural?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Marie Itís a really difficult one but if I was you I would have a semi colour of Graphite or silver applied to your hair. This will help smooth the hair, as semi colours are very conditioning. I would have a restyle too perhaps a slightly inverted bob, this will help the back look thicker also trim off the frizzy bits. Make sure you use a moisturising shampoo and conditioner and comb the conditioner through before rinsing every time. Apply a little serum to your hair once you have dried and styled it to also help add shine. Itís a totally new but exciting look, go for it!

Cesca asks:
I have really thick hair that gets oily very quickly. I seem to have tried every shampoo in every shop from salon brands, drugstore brands and even making my own shampoo and nothing seems to stop my hair from getting greasy. I canít seem to find a good balance either as my hair will either be really dry due to using a clarifying shampoo or really oily from using conditioner. Please can you help?

Hayley Gibson-ForbesAnswered By:
Hayley Gibson-Forbes
This seems to be quite a common problem for many of our clients as air pollution, the weather, and too many styling products can weigh the hair down and leave it looking limp. The best way to treat oily roots and dry ends is with the brilliant Specifique Bain Divalent Shampoo from Kťrastase. Intensely purifying, the formula works to remove excess sebum while cleansing the scalp, and is an ideal solution for greasy hair with damaged, frizzy lengths. This works well with the Kťrastase Resistance Therapiste Soin Conditioner. This lightweight conditioner is suitable for dry and damaged hair and has been developed for use before shampooing, but can also be used after cleansing if preferred. It effectively forms a protecting film onto hair fibres to shield from washing and further damage, leaving you with luscious, healthy locks.

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