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Zenab asks:
Hi there, I wanted to ask that when ever I straight my hair after half an hour it gets curly again itís very annoying and my hair is very thick and long please give me some advice thank you

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Zenab

It really is helpful to use moisture shampoo and conditioner as well as a smoothing balm before you Blow-dry you hair as this helps the hair retain moisture. Itís essential in order to help prevent the hair going frizzy or curly so quickly after straightening to Blow-dry the hair best you can in advance. This is because your hair has memory and remembers the shape created between it being wet to dry. So once straightened if the hair gets damp or your in a humid area it will be less affected. ...More >

Good luck

Mercedes asks:
I am mixed raced with thick wavy quite naturally dry hair. I would really like to dye my hair a cherry or deep red but Iím worried the bleach may damage my hair and if so whatís the best way to prevent this from happening? A professional point of view would really help thank you.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Mercedes

I would suggest that as the base for a true cherry red is red you wonít need lots of lightening on your natural hair to achieve a vibrant version so that means minimal damage before applying the cherry red. Alternatively have a few highlights lifted to a red orange and use a semi red and maintain with red conditioner. ...More >

Either way you can help your naturally dry hair by using a moisture mask weekly which will not only make the hair lovely and smooth but also help make the colour last longer if you do decide to go for it.

Abigail asks:
So Iíve tried looking everywhere for a solution to my problem but I canít seem to find it. Basically, around 2 years ago, I had a massive amount of hair growth on my hairline that has become really thick and formed a fringe. Iím only 16 so it canít be from having a baby cause Iím pretty sure I would know if I was pregnant or had a baby. Iím really stuck on it and I just want to know if you know what it is? Or what caused it?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Abigail

I am so sorry to ask this as I am sure you will say no but are you sure that the hair isnít breakage from over use of heated appliances? ...More >

If it definitely isnít that I can only suggest it must be a hormonal, did you start any kind of medication, contraceptive or even supplement? If you didnít then all I can go back to is natural hormonal change, hopefully it will balance out, if not perhaps have a change of hairstyle that incorporates or removes the hair. Or perhaps speak to a beauty therapists that maybe able to wax your hairline?

Really good luck

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