|Laura asks: |
When I go on a (Princess) cruise, my hair becomes extra greasy, extra fast. I wash it daily as always with my usual shampoo and conditioner. My hair is coloured and naturally straight. How can I prevent this weighed-down greasy look on my next cruise in a month?
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I think the reason for this will be that water on the ship which is probably too soft which can cause hair to become greasy. I would suggest investing in a specific shampoo for hair that can go greasy and try to only wash your hair in luke warm to cold water if possible as hot water will make your scalp produce more natural oils that cause the greasy look.
|Adrianne asks: |
I have very thick, curly hair that is frizzy and dry. You name it I have had it done in my battle to fight the frizz, chemical straightening, perming, Kerastraight etc - I have had it long and short, highlighted and my natural colour. I usually control the curls with a High Street mousse and it normally takes me an hour to wash mousse and
part dry. I am now 42 and the grey hairs are appearing, I am also FED up with the hassle of styling, the itchy feeling mousse gives me and the time it takes - I donít want to be doing this in my 50s! I am thinking of going back to short, with highlights and finding one of the hundreds of products out there that would be more suitable than mousse. Please can you suggest a style and product and should I have another Kera-Straight when I have it short - HELP!
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Well it certainly sounds like you have tried some products over the years! I agree with you and probably for the easiest low maintenance I would go with a shorter more manageable style. If Iím honest I would have recommended a Keratin treatment but as an alternative you could try the new Wella System Professional Lux Oil and see if that works for you. Take a look on the Style Gallery there are lots of Styles to choose from and you can always print some off and take them along to the Salon.
|Zara asks: |
I have very thick hair which I love I had my hair cut into a bob 2 years ago and hated it and have since been growing it. My hair is now mid way from shoulder to elbow. I started a level 2 hairdressing course last September and have just qualified and am ready to start level 3 this month, however since doing the course and practicing on each other my hair is completely dry. I have dyed it a few times with both per and quasi. I was a model for my friends perming assessment and itís ruined my hair
condition, look and feel and it is so dry I donít need to wash it very often so have only
been washing it twice a week and only been blow drying and using straighteners after washing and not again till the next wash. I have had recommended to me the Aussie shampoo and 3minute miracle conditioning treatment. I have used both bottles now and my hair is still very dry. I have had the Philip Kingsley range recommend also, but I cannot afford the prices with two young children and level 3 to pay for. Is there anything you could recommend that would not break the bank but will actually help get my hair back into shape?
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I am at the point of going to get it all cut off, but I love my long hair and will cut it off at my last resort. I would suggest one of two things. The first is Keratin treatment which is fantastic for improving hair condition and making the hair more manageable but this can be reasonably expensive. The second is the Wella Alchemy treatments which do a similar thing to the Keratin treatment, but not quite as intensive.
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