|Charlie asks: |
I hate my hair when I wash it and leave my hair to dry my hair always goes frizzy what do I do? Do I go and get a new hair style because I was thinking of getting it layered and all flicked out or do I keep the one I have now?
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The problem may be that you are not using the right shampoo and conditioner for your hair type. Frizzy hair is crying out for moisture! Use a moisturising range such as Joico K-Pak or ISO Tamer (stockist for both 012828 683100) and treat your hair to a deep conditioning treatment a couple of times a week. By leaving your hair to dry naturally, the hair cuticles are just drying in any angle which is another reason for the frizz. Apply a heat protecting styling product to your hair and then gently blow-dry your hair pointing the heat down the hair shaft to smoothen and flatten the cuticles. Try this first and you will see a difference. If you visit your hairdresser for a new style, ask them for a style which is low maintenance and can be easily styled at home.
|Sarah asks: |
I have really thick and curly hair my hair is just below
shoulder length. Do you think I should thin it out, or will this make my hair thicker or more curly?
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In this instance I would recommend visiting a good hair dressing salon. There are many listed in the UK hairdressers directory, perhaps you could find one near you. Ask for an experienced or head stylist and let them recommend which is the best way to deal with your thick hair for both thinning, blending and styling.
|Linda asks: |
I have shoulder length hair my problem is the back of my hair is short and it is broken I use to get my hair pressed but I have since got a perm but my hair have not grown when I wear a pony tail
my hair sticks out like a sore thumb, I would like to know what you would suggest that I use? I also would like to know about thinning temples on the side of the head. What can be used for that? And also what is the best shampoo and conditioner to use for African American hair?
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It seems to me that your hair has come under a lot of stress lately and the hair follicles have not had time to heal or rejuvenate. In this instance I would suggest you make an appointment to see a Trichologist. They might be able to examine your scalp and give you something to help stimulate new stronger hair growth. It would also be worth looking at your diet and taking some supplements which target the cells that generate healthy hair and nail growth such as Zinc and the vitamins B complex. Emotionally stressing about your hair can also continue the cycle of hair thinning or loss. Generally I have found that if a clients hair looks and feels good, this has an impact on their self esteem. I would recommend a hair enhancement procedure called hook and latch. This system does not use any bonds or threads and can help add body to your hair. There are not many consultants trained to offer this technique, you could visit our website to preview our consultants who have done the 12 module hair extension techniques. They can offer this technique. In the mean time I hope your hair starts to improve.
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