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Mike asks:
I am a guy and I have really thick hair and a lot off cow flicks. When I wash my hair it gets really puffy and looks dry, and instead of going down, it puffs up so it looks like I have a huge head. Is there anything I can do so my hair looks and feels soft and goes down?

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Your hair needs to be chopped into technically, at roots, so as to break the wave up, done with scissors this will not make the ends fluffy, this will reduce width height, use Trevor Sorbie moulding mud to shape when hair is damp and let your hair dry naturally





Michelle asks:
I have always had a problem with my thin hair - it takes forever to grow, so recently I got some clip in extensions but now they have left me baldy patches were the clips go in is there anything I can do about this?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Hi Michelle,
When you have thin hair, clip on are not the ideal hair extensions to add to your hair because they are too heavy and constantly add pressure to the section of hair where the clips have been locked. You need an extension technique that will evenly distribute the hair and weight around your head without causing any traction. I suggest you speak with a hair extension technician that has been trained in several techniques. They should be able to advise you about the best application to suit your hair type.







Anna asks:
I straighten my hair very often. My natural hair is curly. Lately I have been having an itchy scalp and a lot of hair loss. I have never lost this much hair, ever! To tell you the truth I am a bit scared. I have stopped the straightening and all, but I need to know what else I can do! Or something easier to do that will not damage my hair so much, yet still keeping it under control (since my curls are hard to work with) Thanks!!

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Hi Anna,
Straightening your hair will cause severe breakage if it has been done over a long period of time. So it is good that you have stopped doing so. The best thing now is to give your hair plenty of TLC: Use good moisturizing products and try to let your hair dry naturally with the use of a soft gel such as Razzamatazz Jellee





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