|Cindy asks: |
I am 42, five foot seven and I have brown hair (naturally colour weaved) that is course, shoulder length and it is layered with no bangs. I have used lots of different products for volume and/or flip - they make my hair heavy, flat and oily. I have high cheek bones, also a wide jaw-line and I think a high forehead. What style do you recommend?
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I would advise you to go to a Professional salon and have a consultation, most salons do not charge for this. The stylist will recommend something that will suit you and personalise it to your specific needs. Then you can either book in or if you do not like what you are offered you can visit another salon for a consultation. At our salons we have extensive training on communication skills to find out what our clients needs and requirements are and also what will suit your face shape best. We also educate our clients in which products are best for their hair and how to use it. Then you can see the product work on your hair and if you like what it does then the products are available to purchase. As you say when you buy products it is a lottery as to how they will be with your hair, you can see how they work in the salon and go from there. We also have a policy where if any client is unhappy with a product they can exchange it without a problem.
Katie Dale, Wilmslow – Jason
|Sabina asks: |
I have been dying my hair for about 2 years now. My natural colour is medium blonde. I first dyed my hair a medium brown, then dark brown and recently a black-brown colour which I think looks really good because I have dark eyebrows. For the past couple of weeks I noticed that my hair has been more frizzy and a lot of split ends occurred. It is also very dry. I want to let my hair grow back out but the problem is that it is going to look bad since its so dark and the roots are light. What should I do? I have tried many different products and currently using SunSilk hydra tlc. I really do not want to cut my hair, I have long hair about 2 inches to my elbow.
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I am worried what products you are using to dye your hair, as it is a darker colour that you have chosen I would highly recommend you to use a semi permanent colour. Try to apply the colour only every 6 weeks. There are two very good treatments that I could recommend: 1/ this perhaps the most luxurious and amazing treatment on the market it is expensive but its essential if you want to keep your hair
|David asks: |
I suffer from seborrhoic dermatitis which is worse in the Winter what products should I use to help.
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Seborrhoic dermatitis can be classed as a severe form of dandruff. The main difference between this and common dandruff being that there is an underlying inflammation which renders the scalp tissues more tender and sensitive than with simple dandruff. Seb derm responds well to soothing and calming products such as the Scalp Improvement Shampoo. This is a blend of juniper tar, tea tree oil and thyme oil in a mild cleansing base. It clears scale and reduces the inflammation very well. Seb derm is often linked to diet and general health. Try to cut down on rich, fatty foods and make sure you are getting plenty of exercise. Generally, we tend to be fitter and have a healthier diet in summer than winter, these are possible reasons you notice the condition is worse in winter.
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