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Christina asks:
I am a 25 year old girl who has never done anything to my hair. No colouring, rarely use any products, hairspray or anything, I just keep it natural. Then I got a gift certificate for one of those "Model for a day" Makeovers, and when I got there, the hairdresser sprayed my hair with loads of hairspray (Wella I think) and curled it with a curling iron. I have always had very soft (although relatively thin) hair that I really liked, but that one-time treatment seems to have done some serious damage to my hair, and it does not have that usual soft feel anymore (this was a few days ago). I am really freaking out about this! Will my hair regain its natural feel? Or am I stuck with this hair? What can I do to make it better again? Can curling irons and hairspray cause irreparable damage to hair? I do not want to become addicted to hair products, just have my hair the way it was before, my hair is like the only thing about myself that I really like(d)!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
To be honest hairspray and curling tongs should not leave your hair feeling damaged and whatever it has done will certainly not be permanent. What I could hazard a guess has happened is that the hairspray has formed a build up on your hair and left if feeling unnatural? This should disappear after a short period of time through washing your hair regularly.

Steph asks:
I have my hair highlighted, not with bleach, I think itís a high lift tint. I have had this done for a couple of years, so why are my roots a different colour to the rest of my hair. There always darker even after I have had my hair coloured. I ask for the same colour everytime.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Unless they are not taking the foils close enough to the roots the colour should be perfect every time.

Sarah McNulty asks:
I have naturally wavy/curly hair and use a flat iron to straighten it regularly I usually get highlights every 6-8 weeks. My stylist left town and I had to find someone else to start doing my hair regularly. She seems to be good but since I have been experiencing hair problems. I have been using the Wen product for about 4 months now and I have noticed that my hair is not only thinning out but it is breaking everywhere. I have breakage even in the bang area and I do not know why. My hair has also not grown since I had a haircut back in October. I do not know what to do, I use to have a full head of beautiful hair and now it is thinning out and looks terrible and frizzy, dull and damaged. It is embarrassing. What should I do? I am desperate!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
I think this sounds like a combination of things firstly I would stop using the Wen products as it would seem they do not suit your hair and perhaps try Wella System Professional Range. Also having your hair highlighted and using the flat irons regularly will obviously dry your hair out considerable so I would definitely recommend using a heat protection spray before using the irons and also investing in an intensive conditioning treatment to be used at home. Take a look at the Biolustre Treatment we sell on the site has fantastic reviews.

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