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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.

Robyn asks:
I have dyed my hair since I was 8 years old and now at the moment I dyed my hair brown and had bits of blonde in it and now I want to go blonde but not bleach blonde if you canít solve this problem then I have got another question. I want to go black and buy strips of blonde and leave my hair like that for about 3 months but then I might want to dye my hair a different colour to go lighter what can I do.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Whatever you decide to do, going lighter will now mean using bleach as a tint will not lift tint. Think carefully about going black as this is a very difficult colour to remove and going blonde will not be an option. May I suggest having a consultation with your stylist or colour specialist as they will be able to give you advice on colour that suits your person and complexion

Kels asks:
I have a heart shaped face and long brownish blond hair. My hair is very thick and wavy. It is a little more than half way down my back. I know that people say they have thick hair and it really isnít thick but people have told me before that itís the thickest hair they have ever cut Its not frizzy or wild or anything like that (only thick and wavy). So my question for you is what should I do to it? I really want something different and I donít want to dye my hair.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Your hair sounds amazing - with a heart shaped face you need to keep volume around your chin and shoulders and reduce volume on top. As you have such a great texture, I suggest that you keep some length between bust and shoulders and have lots of long layers and graduation to expose that beautiful wave in your hair - remember curls and waves are the big fashion story this year - enjoy it.

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