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Kaci asks:
It has been rare in my 40 years, to find someone who can cut my hair correctly. Only twice as a matter of fact, I have very curly, coarse hair that is coloured. I try to describe "cascading curls" with blunt layers that are longer at the crown. Point cut but not sliding or texturizing. Still, I can't find anyone to cut it right. I like to have a proper angle around my face with more like a layer than a layer than a layer. No one will do this. They say it will look funny. Please help describe a style that will work for both curly and straight. At this point, with several haircuts to "fix" the problem, my hair has ended up shoulder length. It will be grown out!

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I think if you drop the words cascading curls it might help. I do understand why you donít want any texturizing, you hair has enough texture in it as it is. You might want to find a cutter that cuts dry first you just need to find one and I think your problem would be solved.

Samantha asks:
My hair is curly - but it tends to be more wavy underneath and the top layers seem to be more wavy. I like straightening my hair sometimes, but it always looks weird! I see all these girls who straighten their hair and it looks perfect and mine just looks frizzy. I also want to cut my hair and want something with bangs, suggestions?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Something like the FHI irons and a flat iron spray. before using them will help keep your hair straight. Regarding your haircut itís tough to say without seeing your hair but if you do go for a fringe/bangs make sure you do not have it cut too short as this will be more difficult to keep straight with your hair being curly. Also try to keep the layers longer so the weight helps keep your hair smooth and straight.

Tony asks:
When I braid my hair I have to take it out in two days cause of the smell, it smellís like sweat and odour, I cut my long hair and it still smelt the same so I let it grow again, itís long but stopped growing and a lot of hair keepís falling off, I have tried lots of different shampoo nothing works can you help me!

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Without seeing your hair, we would need to take some of the following into consideration which might be contributing to the odour you are experiencing. ...More >

Greasy scalp
High activity sport
Using oily products
Hair extension type used for braiding
Condition of your own hair prior to braiding.

I would recommend the following before you start braiding your hair, wash it with a shampoo for oily hair and condition it with a conditioner for dry hair.

Use a good quality synthetic hair for braiding your hair and request that the braids are not too thick or too tight.

I would also purchase a good quality leave in spray conditioner like V05 miracle mist (non greasy). Do no use any oils or hairspray on your head. Twice a week gently wash your hair with the shampoo for oily hair, towel wrap and then leave to dry normally.

Braiding hair was used several hundred of years ago to keep hair neat, free from head lice and manageability in hot weather. It is usually uncommon to be experiencing odour and smells just after two days, this would normally follow several weeks later if hair had not been tended to.

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