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Lia asks:
Iíve always tied my hair in a ponytail especially because it was a school rule. Now that Iíve come to university I find that itís really hard to let my hair down without it getting frizzy and big? Is there something I can do to keep my hair silky and frizz-free throughout the day? Iím finding it hard to do this given the humid weather conditions of Singapore.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Lia
Moisturising shampoo and conditioner as well as treatment masks really do help the hair as they allow moisture inside the hair shaft but also weigh the hair down, so try that first. Use a small amount of oil before blow drying or leaving to dry naturally, and perhaps try half tied back and the rest down until you have mastered something that works. Good luck

Gurleen asks:
Hi, I recently got highlights in my hair and I do not like them that much. I am planning on growing them out. I am also very concerned that my hair may be damaged. I have never done anything besides highlight my hair once in my life. I want to know if my hair is very damaged by this one time highlighting job so that I know wether or not to cut my hair short.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Gurleen
It is most unlikely that you need to have your hair cut short because of damage. I suggest you have a semi permanent colour the same as your natural colour all over your hair to disguise the highlights. Also use the best most conditioning shampoo conditioner and treatments you can on a regular basis and this will keep your hair healthy and shiny. Have a trim every 3 months and then you will be gradually cutting out the highlights. Good luck

Liliana asks:
I have curly hair, and I get my regular trims and moisturize. My hair has broken off so much, especially all around my edges. I do not use heat on my hair, I try to use natural products, I havenít dyed my hair in a few years, and I donít wear tight styles. I have tried to apply oil to my hair, like olive oil, coconut oil, rosehip oil, jojoba oil, and nothing is strengthening my hair. My hair snaps off so easily as if it lacks elasticity. I can hear the static in my hair when I detangle it. I have been trying to strengthen my hair for a year now, and nothing is working for me. What should I do?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Liliana
I am sorry to hear your hair is so fragile, may I suggest you take a food supplement specially formulated for hair and nails, I think this will really help?
Also invest in a protein shampoo, conditioner and treatment mask; have a strict hair care regime and monitor the difference over 3 months. If you really donít see and improvement I would have a blood test and see if perhaps there is something else causing the problem, it is astounding how medication, contraceptive pill etc., can affect the hair. Good luck

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