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Sarah asks:
My hair goes down to my collarbone and it has a little bit of wave to it I. I prefer my hair straight but straightening it is so much work. My hairstyle I've had for the past 3 years would be mid neck length with soft layers. I need my length to fit in a ponytail but I am looking for a new hairstyle. I have an oval face and my hair is dark brown and I am 16 years old. I was thinking just growing it out to have more choices or possibly dying it an even darker brown. Have you heard of any treatments that permanently straighten the hair for a period of time? And do you have any ideas for a new hairstyle?

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
I would recommend the Yuko System to you. It is quite expensive for someone your age, but well worth the price tag, as it lasts such a long time. Perhaps something you could save up for as a treat. It starts from around 250.00. It is a permanent straightening system that gives you a fantastic base to your hair, creating a healthy looking, shining foundation to work with if you wanted to introduce curls via GHDs or tongs later on down the line. The beauty of it is once you wash your hair in the morning you can just leave it to dry naturally and it will dry poker straight. Use my Poker Straight Shampoo and Conditioner to help you in your straightening quest - the Megaquat ingredient within the formula, works in conjunction with a positive and negative charge that keeps your hair super flat

Ruth asks:
I am naturally a mousey brown but have always dyed it blonde with great results then 3 months ago I had minstrel coloured streaks put in and my hair snapped in quite a few places I have now been having just my roots done and it has gone yellow, my hairdresser has advise not to put any more colour on the hair but it is a nightmare. I have been conditioning and using a conditioner treatment but it just looks like straw literally. It is in a bob just below the jaw and it is also like baby hair.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
That is a really tricky situation to be in and a very frustrating one at that! It seems to me that you are doing the right things to combat any more breakage. I would advise that you have regular in salon professional treatments and keep having your regular trims. There are colour options that you could do without damaging your hair, you could opt to step away from the blonde and have an all over light brown/dark brown glosser that would knock out the yellow and give a rich finish - which, in turn stops you from using harsh bleach or hi lift tint on your hair/roots to create the blonde. I would also suggest for a month to only wash your hair every 2-3 days and try not to use any flat irons pr heated appliances for a month if you can cope. But a good dry shampoo to combat those roots and your hair will grow through with renewed bounce and health. You just have to keep persevering for a little while!

Stephanie asks:
I need a new hair style. I have had the same one for my entire adult life. I have long dark hair which is quite thin. It naturally parts in the middle. I was thinking of getting long bangs on a side part. I have an oval face and am concerned if I should get a haircut that does not suit my natural part. Do you think I could still get this haircut? Or do you have any other ideas of a new hair style?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
You can cut it to the shoulder a few long layers.. Take it to the side fringe you would need to work with it styling wise, if it goes normally in the middle parting. Have a look on the style gallery there are lots of styles to choose from Style Gallery

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