|Sarah asks: |
I have noticed just lately every time I wash my hair it has started to come out in small handfuls in my hands last time this happened I changed my shampoo to Head and Shoulders sensitive and it helped I used it for years. I have also coloured my hair and carried on using the same shampoo. I recently changed my shampoo and although the new one was nice and made my hair shiny and smooth I started loosing bits of hair again so I went back to my old one, my head itches because its dry is there anything I can use to make it look nice without spending a fortune to make it look healthier, I donít use product or heat on it.
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This sounds to me as if you have some sort of allergy to an ingredient in certain shampoos. My advice is invested in a good scalp shampoo like the Phillip Kingsley No Scent Shampoo for sensitive scalps. Then to protect your colour and give your hair a fabulous shine use the Loreal Professional Vitamino colour conditioner, this is not to be applied to the scalp but only the mid lengths and ends so you are tailoring your products for not only your sensitive scalp but also the condition and shine on your hair.
|Jay asks: |
I am a 22 year old male with naturally thick black curly hair. From 2009 to 2011 I was constantly straightening my hair, everyday on heat of 110 degrees to sometimes 130 degrees. I did use a heat defence spray from toni&guy everyday when I was straightening. I havenít straightened my hair since 2011 but what Iíve noticed is that the front of my hair is quite thin compared to the back. I can notice my scalp when Iím under a light. Itís really quite embarrassing. I know that itís caused from too much straightening, is there any way I could fix this problem?? I now use American Crew Products such as curl construct or either moulding clay, and I shampoo my hair everyday with the American Crew Everyday Shampoo and I condition it every 2-3 days. Am I doing anything wrong or am I just being paranoid?? Please help as itís stressing me out:
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Try looking at Philip Kingsley products, they specialise in hair and scalp treatments
|Steplynn asks: |
I have never found anyone whose advice works on my hair and I have heard numerous theories from everyone as to why my hair is the way it is. When I was young- it was brown, thick wavy but still slightly soft. When I turned 16 or so, my hair was brown, soft, shiny, and very curly with some random kinks in it, I had never seen anything like it but it looked awesome. Then when I was 21, my hair turned very dry, very course, brittle and thick. I am a Caucasian female who does not use hair dryers or hair straighteners regularly. I wash my hair at the most 3 times a week using expensive salon shampoos. Now when I let it hair dry it is slightly straight, with bizarre kinks in it and it has split ends no matter how often I trim it. I have resorted to a low pony tail every day because I am afraid to use styling irons etc but it looks dreadful dried naturally. Every female on my motherís side of the family has this problem. Once my mom got so fed up with it, she shaved her and let it grow out and it was the same as before.
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Unfortunately the problem with your hair is obviously hereditary. What I can advice is a keratin treatment. This will add keratin back into your hair which will help improve the texture, add high shine and make styling your hair much easier. Hopefully this will help improve your hair condition in general and be the answer youíre looking for.
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