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Ross asks:
I have thick and frizzy hair. I want to change it to straight and silky hair forever, so that I could use hair wax for different hair styling. Is there any safe way to make this dream happen?

Scott MichaelsAnswered By:
Scott Michaels
In my opinion the best way to straighten your hair is to invest in a pair of professional hair straighteners. This will take you 3-5 minutes to do and you will see great results. When you visit your hairdresser next ask them to thin your hair out by chopping into the hair. This will give the hair texture as well as take the thickness out of the hair. Also when applying product to style the hair, make sure you donít use any styling product that is too wet because the hair will re-curl. Think of ironing a shirt and them spilling water on it, it will crease. I personally think our new Hairbond Moulder hair shaper would be a great product to style you hair because it is a dry, thick product that gives the hair excellent hold. All Hairbond products contain heat protection ingredient Mirustyle X-HP so if your hair needs a touch up before you go out, you can restyle those curls and creases, without worrying about ruining your hair.

Tiffany asks:
My hair is just a couple inches past my shoulders. It has a few end layers and I have side swept bangs. Itís very frizzy and and kind of wavy. In order...I spend a lot of time straightening it...and afterwards a lot of times it looks stringy and think and not well put together. (Itís thick without straightening it) What would be a quick easy do that looks well put together for my hair type?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
My best advice is to look into the Keratain Complex Treatment. This is not a straightening process but is fantastic at making curly unruly hair much more manageable and easier to style in the way you would like it. It will also help reduce drying time dramatically.

Carly asks:
Iíve got an oblong face and a large forehead. Iíve always had a blunt fringe but Iím really bored with this and have been talked into growing it out into a sweeping fringe. Iíve been growing it for about 6 weeks now and I hate how it looks at the moment. My question is do you think a sweeping fringe will be enough to disguise my forehead and at the same time draw attention to my eyes (the best part of my face) or should I give up and try something else?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
To be honest any form of fringe will work for you as far as softening your forehead, although a sweeping fringe might distract from your eyes, so I would be of the opinion of keeping a fringe. Maybe instead of having the blunt fringe you have always had, try a slightly longer and layered fringe to create softness to frame your face.

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