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Farah asks:
There is a significant difference in texture in my hair as it is very frizzy at the top and very soft at the ends. It is naturally curly and nothing seems to tame it very well. Please can you give me your advice?

Hayley Gibson-ForbesAnswered By:
Hayley Gibson-Forbes
I would strongly recommend visiting a reputable hairdresser in your local area. You need to have a full consultation with a stylist who can look at your hair type and needs. It sounds like you need to try a prescriptive haircare range that will tend to your roots, without weighing down the rest of your hair. A good hairdresser will also be able to suggest a style that will suit your naturally curly hair.





Ajit asks:
Please recommend the best products to help straighten my naturally curly hair.

Hayley Gibson-ForbesAnswered By:
Hayley Gibson-Forbes
The Kérastase Smoothing & Frizz Control range is fantastic for curly hair. Start with the Bain Fluidealiste Sulfate Free Shampoo and then condition the hair with Fondant Fluidealiste. Once your hair is dry and styled use a smoothing oil, such as Sérum Oléo-Relax, which will provide long-lasting frizz control. As well as these great products, I would invest in a good hairdryer and hairbrush, as these tools will help you achieve straighter, sleeker hair in less time.







Linda asks:
Question about Balayage; I got a blonde balayage and they did the Balayage with foil? I thought it was a freehand painting on hair. She said she did it that way for max life. Also my roots were not covered and they were dark. I know there are several ways to do balayage but I wanted technique where you do roots thin then chunkier and more at ends. Stylist says mostly balayage is done with roots dark..She said I need to get some highlight’s. How do I fix this?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Linda
There are so many ways that hairdressers carry out the balayage technique so I can’t say what she has done is wrong or right but if you are unhappy that’s all that counts. I suggest you either ask her to do it as you require the hand painted technique much closer to the roots or you try another salon. It’s easy fixed as the colour can be applied in the root and mid length area then just gently blended with the ends (previous colour). Good luck





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