Find Your Nearest Salon
UKH
SALON SEARCH ▸

Ask the Experts

Ask the Experts

1610 Records Found matching query: thin     Record(s): 1096 - 1098
Loretta asks:
: I am a teenager and have very thick, naturally messy hair. It takes me a really long time to straighten my hair and I never really can get it nice and straight. Have you got any tips about straightening hair that will last?

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
I have an entire haircare range, called the Poker Straight collection, which is dedicated to maintaining perfectly sleek, straight hair. There are a variety of products within this that you could use to keep your hair straight, including a shampoo, conditioner and intensive treatment. For a more long term solution try asking your stylist about chemical straightening. It can be quite expensive, but lasts up to a year, keeping your hair effortlessly manageable and saving you hours of straightening time!





Tracey asks:
Please can you explain why my roots go ginger after I bleach the re-growth, my hair is highlighted all over and has just started to go ginger?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
Hi Tracey:
There are many causes of why your hair its going ginger - I have tried listing some of them:
a/ if you taking or had taken any medication within the last few months
b/ if you taking any vitamins particularly an iron supplement
c/ the product used could be out of date
d/ the peroxide could it lost the strength through age or even if it has been left open
e/ had not been develop for long enough
f/ you can have some build up in the hair like silicone or sunning
g/ some type or hormonal unbalance like period or pregnancy so body calories are different
h/ poor quality bleach has been used
I hope this helps
Pablo







Lauren asks:
I have naturally ginger hair, and in the summer I had blonde highlights put in underneath. I would now like to have my hair dyed a dark brown for a short amount of time, and so would like to dye it back as close to as possible - its natural colour probably within six weeks, and I was wondering if this would do any damage to my hair, and how easy it would be to dye back to ginger from the dark brown, as my hair is very hard to dye.

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
Well you are talking an almost impossible job as once you have changed the colour it is very very difficult to get your natural colour back especially the red tones.





Page 366 of 537


3 Records on this page