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Taylor asks:
HI! My hairdresser used thinning shears in my hair, which made it a lot thinner. I naturally have really thick Indian hair. She thinned it so much. She went close to the root, but not to close. I was wondering how long will it take to go back to my normal thickness. It has been about a year since this happened and my hair has not completely recovered. Will my hair go back to normal or stay like this forever? Thanks!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Taylor, it will recover, it just takes a long time. I suggest you have the length of your hair cut and that way it wonít be as obvious the difference in the length of the previously thinned hair. Perhaps also take a supplement the help the hair grow? Good luck

Brianna asks:
Big Question! I am mixed, I am African American Caucasian and Native American. I have shoulder length hair, which I straighten with an instyler, that is frizzy to the point of an afro when its humid. I also like to wear hair extensions and when its humid or rainy outside it doesnít blend at all. I was wondering what products I could use in my hair or what I could do to stop it from frizzing. I want my hair to be tame and blend in with my extensions on even hot days. Thanks so much!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Brianna, Have you tried a smoothing system, not relaxing? This will make the hair less prone to frizz, easier to style and less affected by humidity.
Make sure you are using moisturing products that will help smooth and soften and always comb the conditioner through before rinsing.
You can also get hair sprays that claim to be humidity resistant, definitely worth trying. Good luck

Kath asks:
I have always dyed my short hair with Schwarzkopf live reds/purples. I tried a different brand, deep amethyst and itís black. I hate it! Which is the best option, should I use the new colourless hair colour remover max effect for black (never used before) and then re dye or use schwarzkopf live ultra violet colour and lift? Thank you

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Kath, If you remove the colour make sure you use something at least 3 shades lighter than your desired result to prevent it going to dark.
Tint wonít lift tint so Iím not sure you will achieve the result you are after.
Have you tried using a clarifying shampoo as this will really help remove the colour at least a shade or sometimes two. Make sure you leave the shampoo on for 15 minutes rinse and repeat a few times. Good luck

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