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Tania asks:
What is better for your hair a straightener that uses tourmaline technology or nano-titanium? And what is the difference?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Now this is a great question. Given the use of straightening irons in use today there is a lot of confusion over what is best for the hair. Nano Titanium emits negative ions in their most beneficial form styling. It is said to lock in hairs own natural moisture. It also produces far infra red heat penetrating the hair from within for gentle straightening. Tourmaline is a Precious stone, whose colours include blue, green, pink, red, yellow, brown, black, bi coloured, tri coloured and colourless. The technical bit! Tourmaline generates negative ions and far infrared rays know as FIR. The FIR helps to lock in natural moisture in your hair and helps remove static which can cause your hair to FRIZZ. Due to the amount of negative irons this produces your straightening time is reduced and your hair is left feeling softer and shinier.

Steph asks:
I have to straighten my hair everyday due to waviness but after about 1 hour my hair flicks out badly at the ends. How can I prevent this?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I think what your saying is that you use the irons on your hair every day? If this is the case may I suggest that you take thinner sections when doing it and let the iron do the work don't rush it like most people do.

Sally asks:
I am thinking about getting my hair dyed (I currently have dyed brunette hair but it is fading out) I want to get it darkened again. I was also thinking of getting a loose wave or curl perm. Do I need to wait a couple weeks before getting it permed if I get it dyed?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
If your going to do the perm or light waves do that first, then do the colour as the perm will lift the colour, seek advice before doing!

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