|Angelina asks: |
Hi, I have baby fine medium brown hair, which I dye my hair since I started getting a few grey hairs. I used to perm but it is too hard on my hair. I’m trying to get help. My hair is medium length, the back is shoulder length and the front is chin length, with bangs and lots of layers, which I have to try and create volume. I have a centre part, but my hair is starting to thin in the middle. I use root lifting and voluminous products from Sally Beauty Supplies. I’m not sure what medium length hair cut would be good for fine hair. I have a heart shaped face and I want to keep my bangs and wondered what style would suit me? Appreciate any help, Thanks you!
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Hello Angelina, I think firstly it is important that you use a volumising shampoo and perhaps a dry shampoo at the root area. This will really help you achieve more body and volume overall. As far as your hair style is concerned I would say for you to try and wear the parting slightly off centre, carry on using a lightweight gel or lotion as a blowdry volumising product. I would wear your fringe (bangs) swept slightly to the side that way it compliments the off centre parting as well as frames your face. As far as layers are concerned I always say less is better. Some light layering around the face as the hair is generally more fragile but otherwise you want to have as much hair as possible. Keep the hair blunt cut on the bottom and have some very fine blonde babylights to disguise the fine grey hairs and also add dimension to your hair. Try using dry shampoo in the root area even on clean dry hair as well as using your salt spray for creating texture on days you want to wash and leave. Have you ever tried using a diffuser to create body and volume when drying your hair? Good luck
|Cesca asks: |
I have really thick hair that gets oily very quickly. I seem to have tried every shampoo in every shop from salon brands, drugstore brands and even making my own shampoo and nothing seems to stop my hair from getting greasy. I can’t seem to find a good balance either as my hair will either be really dry due to using a clarifying shampoo or really oily from using conditioner. Please can you help?
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This seems to be quite a common problem for many of our clients as air pollution, the weather, and too many styling products can weigh the hair down and leave it looking limp. The best way to treat oily roots and dry ends is with the brilliant Specifique Bain Divalent Shampoo from Kérastase. Intensely purifying, the formula works to remove excess sebum while cleansing the scalp, and is an ideal solution for greasy hair with damaged, frizzy lengths. This works well with the Kérastase Resistance Therapiste Soin Conditioner. This lightweight conditioner is suitable for dry and damaged hair and has been developed for use before shampooing, but can also be used after cleansing if preferred. It effectively forms a protecting film onto hair fibres to shield from washing and further damage, leaving you with luscious, healthy locks.
|Joanne asks: |
I used to have really thick and long hair, but recently I have noticed that it isn’t growing like it used to and the ends are really thin. I use box dyes to dye my hair and I do straighten it most days. I also use a back combing spray at my roots and hairspray to give it volume, as my hair is really flat once straightened. Why isn’t my hair growing as well and why has it gone so thin? Also, please can you recommend any products that will add volume to my roots without damaging my hair?
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First of all, I would recommend that you stop backcombing your hair and instead add height by using the amazing Kérastase Styling V.I.P Volume in Powder. This wonder product is specially formulated to give your hair a backcombed effect, and boasts a unique, horizontal diffusion system that enhances the hair’s volume and body from the root right through to the tip. To help hair growth, and give it more strength and body, I would invest in the Volumifique Bain by Kérastase Resistance, which is a creamy shampoo that works on long hair to give a texturised, long lasting shape. Finally, always use a heat protector before you straighten your hair. Kérastase Discipline Fluidissime Spray is great!
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