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Peter asks:
I have thick hair and I donít like it. For years now I have wanted to grow my hair. I usually get a 2 on the back and sides, and have the top short but messy so I can spike it. However, Iím getting to the stage now where I want to grow my hair. Not too long. I have a problem though, it always gets about 6-8cm long on the top and 2-3 cm long on the side, and I go get it cut because when I look in the mirror it just seems to be all over the place, I would like to know the best way to avoid this happening so I can grow my hair.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
The best way to manage while growing your hair is to have it razored. Razoring will create internal layers and texture that allow you to style your hair while growing it. ...More >

Scissors leave your hair solid which makes it very hard to grow out and hard to manage.

You may have to grow the length at the sides and back to at least 1" in length for razoring to have effect.





Anonymous asks:
I have one question for you. I have been using Wellastarte to straighten and calm the curl in my hair but I am afraid if I use it too often I will be bald or experience hair loss. At the moment I use it every 3 weeks, is that ok? Thank you in advance

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
My advice is that I certainly wouldnít use any more often than that.

Really you should be using it between 4-6 weeks, but if your hair is thick and strong and providing you keep your hair well conditioned you should be fine.







Chris asks:
For the last 6 months I have been losing my hair. I have always had very thick hair so I am quite concerned. When I gave blood last month they said to ask the doctor to check my iron. I had a full blood count and was told I need further tests as I am anemia. would this cause my hair loss?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
This could account for your hair loss. You could always visit a specialist hair salon or a Tricologist for advice as some specialised ones have machines and treatments for stimulating blood flow to the hair follicle (root). Now, Companies have developed a Laser Comb to miniaturize the internationally established technology of laser hair care. So now you can bring effective hair care technology into the comfort and privacy of your home, office or hotel - at a fraction of the cost charged by hair clinics. The results are fantastic and you can look at reviews for these laser combs.





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