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Portia asks:
I am 17 years old... my question may sound funny... the worse my hair the worse I face bad situations. I have curly and frizzy hair. The only thing I need is to get rid of my hair problem. I need a changeover. People suggest something for me other than ironing which I donít think itís worth. Please do suggest a solution for me for perfect hair.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Oh bless you Portia, Smoothing does really work but can be expensive, but you could use moisturising shampoo and conditioner as well as a treatment mask weekly. Moisture helps smooth the cuticle and calm frizz, you must comb through the conditioner and treatment before rinsing and perhaps apply some argan style oil to damp hair, comp through and leave to dry naturally? Have you tried straightening irons as if you do small sections and control the temperature they are great? Please come back to me with pictures if you need more advice, Kala





Ella asks:
Iím 17 and I recently started using a sulphate free shampoo and washing my hair every-other day (rather than everyday) because I wanted to get rid of my frizzy-ish hair. But now mom is getting mad at me because my hair looks greasier than before... she has poor hair and I donít think she knows what sheís talking about. I just want my hair to not be frizzy or greasy.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Ella, I think if you have fine hair thatís frizzy it maybe that the shampoo is too moisturising for your hair so making it look greasy.

You can use a sulphate free shampoo for fine, normal hair and use a treatment mask once a week to help beat the frizz. Donít apply treatments or conditioner to the top of your hair and leave the treatment for a maximum of 20 minutes before combing through and rinsing thoroughly and the conditioner is the same but just a few minutes to process. ...More >

Please come back to me if you need more help.







Kayleigh asks:
Hi, I recently did a clients hair full head highlights with bleach and an in between colour Wella 5/37. I am due to do her her again next week and she said she wants to go slightly darker, so I thought about using a 4/37 which Wella doesnít do. Is it possible for me to make this colour mixing colours, or anything similar I could use? I also thought about mixing 2 parts 5/37 to 1 part 4/0... would this work? Thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Kayleigh, Yes your formulation idea will work, you may lose a tiny bit of warmth mixing with a 4.0, but I donít think it will be that noticeable. If youíre concerned you could add a ľ inch of warm intensifier. Good luck, Iím sure your client will love it.





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