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Rachael asks:
I have really greasy hair which means I have to wash it every day. My hair is quite dry but it is always sticking up at the top and it goes very static if anyone touches it including me it clings to my face and turns greasy. Should I do a hot wax treatment or protein treatment and then wash every other day or can you suggest something else?

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
You have combination hair - oily near the scalp but dry further along the hair shaft. Do not be afraid of washing your hair every day and do use a good conditioner but do not let it get too near your scalp, you do not need it there and it will tend to make your hair oilier there. The treatments are a good idea but, again not near your scalp, and perhaps not the hot oil as this may be a little too rich for your hair. Try using a good, but light, spray on conditioner such as the Trichology Improve and Protect Spray from This will kill any static in your hair and make it much more manageable. Use it sparingly, two or three sprays will be enough.

Liz asks:
I dyed my hair black with red streaks and I want to dye it something different, anything special I should do? Also, is there a way to tell what other colours would look like on me?

Anthony HollandAnswered By:
Anthony Holland
I would recommend you go to a salon to get a better chance of having the right colour diagnosis.

Pam Swanson asks:
I have thick, wavy hair and I prefer to straighten it. I live in a hot, dry place and my hair stays straight. Problem is, I travel to many humid places, and my hair does not stay straight and it goes puffy. Any suggestions?

Michelle GriffinAnswered By:
Michelle Griffin
Frizzy hair is caused by moisture loss, so it is important that you keep your hair moisturised in a humid atmosphere. Lanza has a product line for your hair called Straight Line. This consists of a shampoo, conditioner and smoothing cream to be applied before drying to stop the humidity getting through and curling the hair back up. Always use a heat protector when using styling irons as not only will it protect your hair but lock in the moisture so that it does not become frizzy.

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