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Rachel asks:
A week ago I had hair extensions put in and am finding that my scalp is really itchy! Is there anyway of stopping the itch please? I use a shampoo and detangler from Paul Mitchell.

Dawn CooperAnswered By:
Dawn Cooper
if its glamour search for burlesque styles, very sexy I think there is a very big come back of this style





Jackie asks:
I recently had my hair done at my salon with a colour as well as a perm. Always had good results with this, but this time my perm did not take and my hair is totally dry and has a lot of frizz and is very difficult to style. I have done some olive oil home treatments of putting on the oil, than applying a hot towel for 20 minutes a couple of times, then rinse and set. I have avoided using hair dryer and curling iron. I have also used Biolage Shampoo and Condition and Deep Condition treatments, but wonder how long will it take for me to restore my hair to a healthy state. My hairdresser finally returned my money for the perm, but does not seem to know why this happened. Can you offer any suggestions to what went wrong and whether or not I am on the right track to repair this damage.

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
Unfortunately I think the problem is simply that your hair is over processed, we normally recommend the colour a minimum of 2 weeks after perming. There is a limit of how much treatment your hair can take. Normal olive oil will not help as the molecules of olive oil are too big to penetrate your hair cortex.







Mavis Hanson asks:
I have had same hairstyle for fifteen years. I am 66yrs young and try to keep up with fashions without looking like mutton dressed as lamb, but no matter which hairdresser I visit they all end up giving me same straight style, short into base of neck, side parting and side fringe. My face is square and hair colour is fair. Please suggest something different for us oldies on your website.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
There are definitely more styles for you to try. I think for your hair it can be left a bit softer. Instead of having it cut so short and sharp into the neck, ask your stylist to keep a little more length and make nice flattering layers threw the whole hair. This will give your hair more movement and softness and lift to it. Working with wispier and choppier edges could make it look much younger and flattering.There are definitely more styles for you to try. I think for your hair it can be left a bit softer. Instead of having it cut so short and sharp into the neck, ask your stylist to keep a little more length and make nice flattering layers threw the whole hair. This will give your hair more movement and softness and lift to it. Working with wispier and choppier edges could make it look much younger and flattering.





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