|Netts asks: |
I am a women aged 65 years and I am 2 x breast cancer survivor who finished chemotherapy in May of 2017. My hair is coming back but is very thin an I have a large opening down the the back of my head where no hair has grown back. Is there something i can do to get my hair to grow back? Please need help
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Hi Netts, Congratulation on being a twice cancer survivor! As far as your hair coming back I suggest you use a shampoo and conditioner full of protein for fine fragile hair, I recommend Nioxin. They also have a treatment for the scalp which I strongly recommend too. If you can take a specific hair supplement there are lots to choose from and have as balanced diet as possible. I canít promise this will make hair grow, but it will give it the best chance but also make the quality of the hair growing as strong as possible. Really good luck and lots of love x
|Lynsay asks: |
I dye my own hair and have been doing so for a long time I am around a level 7 and I suit cool tones; recently when Iíve been dying my hair I usually go for a 7.1, 7.11 I have even tried going a shade darker 6.11 all permanent colours. Iíve tried all different makes of colours as well Goldwell, Líoriel Majorel cool tone, rusk, with 10 vol peroxide, but recently I donít feel the colours have been sticking I feel my colour is just washing out within a few washes and it goes a really warm colour which I donít like. Do you have any advice or colour I could try to keep my hair from going warm? I hate all warmth brassy and yellow tones and would love the silvery colours but want to keep the balayage light browny colour into white blonde.
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Hi Lynsay, I suggest you do something called double the dye load, mix double the amount of colour to developer and process for an extra 10 minutes than you usually do. This will give you better coverage, deposit more of the ash tones so will prevent the warms tones coming through and hopefully last longer. I hope this works for you!
|Jayne asks: |
I dyed my hair a few months ago now from dark brown to red. The problem is that I donít know if it is from this that when I wash or brush my hair it falls out in handfuls or strands . My hair is thinning badly now at the age of 31 years. I asked a hairdresser but they never told me anything that can help. If I need to would it be best to cut shorter? Please can you tell me what is causing this? It is at shoulder length right now and Iím fed up with it falling out.
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Hi Jayne, Try not to worry, I suggest you start checking the brush and shower as itís normal to lose around 100 hairs per day. Medication, diet and hormones can have a big impact on hair and encourage loss too. I suggest you invest in some protein shampoo and conditioner, perhaps take a vitamin supplement or specific hair version. Make sure you have plenty of oily fish in your diet and if you donít see an improvement check medication you are taking or see you GP. Good luck
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