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Alison asks:
I have always had long, thick hair but in the last few years due to illness and medication I have only half the hair I had. Despite using thickening products it is now starting to look noticeably thin. I would like some ideas of styles to make it look thicker. I am 39, have a round face and thanks to the medication (steroids) I am slightly overweight. The good news is Iíll be off the steroids and on something else which wonít make me lose my hair and put weight on shortly, so hopefully my hair will grow back. Currently, my hair is about 6 inches below my shoulder with some long layers. I have a semi permanent dye a few shades darker and warmer than my natural colour.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
The best way to make your hair look and feel thicker would be to go for more of a just above the shoulders bob style, with just a few long layers in. The bob style will definitely give you the effect of thicker hair, while the long layers will help you achieve some body and volume.





Brian asks:
My hair is impossible. For the longest time it was medium length and it seemed to co-operate then but I decided to go with something a little shorter for the summer. My hair is insanely thick and a little wavy and I have tried everything with it. When I went to the hair dresser I asked her to thin it as much as possible cause I have had this problem whenever I try to style my hair and I guess she did, but it didnít seem to help. It co-operates when wet, but as soon as it dries it looks like I did my hair with oven mits. Waxes, gels, hairspray, freezing spray, pomade, none of it really works. I donít really want to go back to the longer hair cause everyone else seems to like it better this length, and I would to if I could figure out what I can do with it. Any suggestions?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
What I would suggest is the Keratin Complex Treatment which will help loosen the wave and make your hair fell and look more manageable.

This is not a straightening process but when used on unmanageable hair it has achieved fantastic results.







Lauren asks:
I have a couple of questions to ask as I canít find reliable answers online. 1. Iíve heard that you can add mousse to the roots of dry hair to add volume, will this make the hair greasy? If not, whatís the best way to use it? 2. Is texturing spray the same sort of thing as ísea salt sprayí? If not, what is it? 3. I have naturally curly hair (the curls are not too tight but they do ringlet) & I have GHD sea salt spray. Will this help add a thickness to my hair? and if so, whatís the best way for me to use this product to create thick, curls?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Ok firstly applying mousse to dry hair can make the hair at the roots greasy so I would apply it to damp towel dried hair.

Texturising spay and sea salt sprays are very similar. They both will create a textured casual look and the best way to apply it is the same as above but try to let the hair dry as naturally as possible.





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