|Chelsea: asks: |
My hair is extremely, extremely dry. It keeps breaking even though I cut the ends. Itís very long and I so badly want to keep it long but Iím struggling so much. I have tried olive oil treatments and it only works for a while. I do straighten it sometimes but on a very low heat and also I donít straighten all, only the very curly parts. My hair is straight with only a few waves or curls underneath. Lately itís very frizzy if I donít straighten it. I do dye my hair. Is there any treatment I can use on it to just stop it from breaking and splitting and being so hard and dry?
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If you are looking for a more longer-lasting smoothing solution to tame your mane, I would recommend the Kebelo ADVANTAGE in-salon treatment, as this is a fast, easy and affordable way to gain smooth, glossy and manageable hair. The three-part system, which uses Carbocysteine smoothing technology, works on each and every hair strand, adding strength, giving support and boosting shine. The best part? The treatment lasts up to 100 days, equating to weeks of frizz-free hair and reducing the need to use straightening irons.
The Kebelo BONDAGE Weekly Colour Masque would also be a great product for your hair Ė this can work in synergy with the ADVANTAGE treatment, prolonging its results. This unique strengthening treatment, used once a week at home, delivers an instant injection of strength to the bonds within your colour-treated hair, leaving it visibly stronger, healthier and repaired, and of course, looking great!
|Jane asks: |
I am after some hair care advice for my teenager. He has curly hair which he wears just above his shoulders and ties back on occasion. Its very similar to Jon Snowís style from Game of Thrones (sorry for use of this for description).. Over the last year the hair at the sides of his crown, above his ears, has broken off on both sides and hasnít really grown back (thereís about an inch of fluffy hair) which looks odd when tied back as it sticks out. Its really knocking his confidence and he is starting to worry (heís 19) that he is going to lose his hair since its not growing as fast as the rest. He is driving me crazy, so I would be so grateful if you could give this tormented mum (who also has curly hair) some advice....thank you in advance..
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This could be one of a few things, new growth, or breakage from tension from tucking behind his ears , tying back and even combing or brushing.
My advice is the make sure you he isnít doing the above too vigorously, take a hair supplement temporarily apply conditioner to the fluffy areas and gently comb through before rinsing and use a wax based styling product to smooth and tame the short areas whilst they grow back in.
|Zeinab asks: |
As I want to dye my hair an ashy (brown/blond) grey and want to keep it as long as it can without damaging it or altering the colour, I think about buying a colour depositing conditioner but have a bit of a dilemma in what colour should I choose to keep it the closest to the hair colour I want: if I take a grey or red neutralizing conditioner I fear to lose the ashy tone
(dirty tone from brown/blond-ish) and if I
go with a brown or beige depositing conditioner
I donít know if it would take the grey off the hair overtime, thanks for helping
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Iím a little confused with the question, I assume you have coloured hair and you want to tone and blend the grey hair between colour, if thatís correct and the colour you want to achieve is an ash / cool tone then and ash brown / dark blonde conditioner may be the answer. It will neutralise the natural red undertone as well as deposit a temporary colour on the grey.
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