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Rosa asks:
I am 16 years old and have recently finished chemotherapy in August this year. My hair is only about an inch long now and I still wear a wig. I am desperate for longer hair and am too self conscious to go out with the short hair I currently have. Do you have any advice on increasing hair growth and I also wondered if you thought a weave would be a good idea as I have fine blonde hair. I would like something that looked natural so did not think extensions would be a good idea. Any advice?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
I hope you are on the mend and getting stronger each day. Your body has just been through a traumatic time to say the least. The healing process will be slow and this will be reflected in your hair growth. ...More >

I think it is a good idea to keep wearing a wig until your hair is at least shoulder length.

I do not think that now is the time to introduce intricate hair extension techniques to your new growth as this will add too much stress initially to the hair folicles.

Once your hair has grown back to shoulder length, I would recommend the micro ring track technique. This evenly distributes the hair extensions around your head, the technique is flate and not detectable. This would be much kinder to your hair and will encourage it to grow.





Ben asks:
I am 18, and when I was 4 I suffered a scald to my head and it caused the hair to fall out and it will not grow back, the burn is about 3 or 4 cm on my head but I can cover it up with my hair so its unnoticeable, but I am very bored with my short flat style hair and I want to grow it longer in to a style that has more imagination and fell to it, something like this!


Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
My hair is fine and jet black and I have a longish face and pointed chin, please can you give me some advice so I can once again feel good about my hair and be more confident. ...More >

Your hair would be perfect for a Blade or razor cut as it is typically known. The reason for this is that, having your hair razored would increase the amount of varied layers within your style, making your hair appear thicker and much easier to manage. The razoring or feathering would make your hair more malleable and allow you more options while styling. It is also a perfect technique if you need to grow your hair slightly longer as it will help stop it parting and becoming heavy which could result in your scald showing.

The picture of Keanu Reeves is a good image and I think that this may indeed work for you. But please ensure you have texture put into your hair otherwise it will become heavy and problematic.







Michelle asks:
I have got a parting on my head, which everybody has, but mine extends a bit on the back at the top of my head on the right more, and I think I have always had it, unsure! I have become obsessed over my hair getting thinner so I have noticed this parting on the top going slightly down the back of my hair. I do not know if you know what I mean its hard to explain!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
If you are concerned about your hair getting thinner there are products on the market that you can use to make your feel thicker. As regards the parting, if the parting has been there for a long period of time it can gradually work its way to the back. You could try moving your parting to the other side to stop this happening.





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