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ABHI asks:
HI,I have a thick,wavy and a bit curly hair..I use oil daily and this has seemed to add the curliness more. I have tried many hairstyles but nothing seems to suit me. Using shampoo doesnít help either. To sum up, I need to get rid of this curliness and a hairstyle that suits me.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw

Have you been to a salon for a consultation? If not, itís a really good place to start. There are lots of fabulous smoothing systems that would just relax some of your curl then you would be able to control your hair better and choose to wear it curly or straight with the use of the correct moisturising shampoo and a good temperature controlled straightener. Then you have so many options as far as a hair style is concerned. Salons are also often looking for models to try these new systems or let trainees practice so then you can have the service for a fraction of the cost, if thatís a concern to you? ...More >

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Vistie Marsden asks:
I am so sick of my frizzy hair! I have tried everything from sulphate free shampoo to deep conditioners and frizz remedies and so many different brands! I use hair mousse, I use leave in conditioner, I always rinse my hair in cold water after washing and I use a diffuser. It seems to be dry like straw and Iíve had enough of it! I even made a concoction from things in my cupboard such as peanut butter, lime, coconut oil, olive oil and apple cider vinegar as a hair mask. What do I do? The ends of my hair donít appear to be split but are rough to touch. I have not coloured my hair so I do not know what is wrong?! Any advice?

Deborah ChesterAnswered By:
Deborah Chester
Hello vistie, naturally curly hair is lacking in moisture , so make sure any treatments are moisture based not protein based or you could be making the problem worse. Zinc deficiencies can cause the hair to be dry and brittle so a good hair supplement can help your hair from the inside. Use a styling cream on your hair rather than mousse as this can dry hair out , leave to dry naturally or only take the worst of the moisture out with a diffuser. As the hair will form better curls and take moisture in whilst drying naturally.

Lynda asks:
When I was younger I had beautiful thick hair and since turning 70 it is fine and flyaway. The only time it looks good is when I go to the hairdressers to get my colour done. Is there anything I can do to keep it looking good all of the time?

Steve RowbottomAnswered By:
Steve Rowbottom
If your hair is fine, it is better to try a short-to-medium version of a bob haircut or a pixie hairstyle with some teasing at the roots for added volume. These styles are timeless and quite easy to style at home. Lighter tones are easier to maintain, which is why many older women opt for blondish or caramel hues. Speak to your hairdresser and ask how often you should come for a colour and cut, and ask if they offer any promotions or discounts for mid-week visits.

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