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Claire asks:
I recently had a consultation with a hairdresser, I explained I wanted a fringe of some form maybe a sweeping longer fringe if I could not pull off a block fringe. She told me my hair was too thin to carry a fringe and that the styles I had pointed out in the mags were all thick haired models. My hair is thin and brown and long, it looks a mess as it has no real style I want to have something dramatic done without taking to much of the length off. Is there a fringe to suit my thin hair? If not what can I do to give me back some Va Va Voom

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
I think the hairdresser has confused you. You can have a fringe whether it is sweeping or full, I think sweeping would be better because then if you do not like it you can easily grow it out. Because your hair is thin when it comes to fringes all you have to do is take a thicker section (more hair taken as a fringe). Because you do not want to lose the length of your hair but also want a big change, maybe think about a funky colour to enhance your hair cut and new fringe! For an idea maybe have some slices (under your parting) of colour which will make it look funkier and also you wont have a regrowth.

Susie asks:
My main problem is that I am 20 and I have long hair that is quite thin, brittle and damaged at the ends. Because my hair is damaged I tend to use hair straighteners only once every 1-2 weeks, with a heat defense spray, but still find that I am losing a lot of hair. I think that the reason for my hair loss is genetic in the sense that my mum had quite thin hair. But my main concern is that I don't really want to lose the length, but would rather try and do something to keep it in a healthier condition and looking thicker, or use something that will combat the hair loss, please help?

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
Although the thinning of your hair could be due to genetic factors it is more likely to be caused by the breaking of brittle hair in poor condition. It is really important to use a good conditioner every time you wash your hair and a deep, intensive treatment once a week until the condition improves. Try the Trichology Pre-Wash Reconditioning Treatment this is a super strong and highly effective treatment for restoring the condition of your hair, increasing elasticity and preventing breakage. Keep having a little cut off the ends of your hair and, in time, the hair which did break - but which will no longer do so - will catch up with the rest and you should have a substantial, attractive quantity of hair ending at a good length rather than thin and wispy long hair.

Lizzie asks:
I recently had extensions taken out and blonde hi-lights put in but my hair is now very greasy on the roots and very dry at the ends. Can you suggest anything please?

Dawn CooperAnswered By:
Dawn Cooper
I would suggest that you avoid using conditioner at the roots of your hair and just concentrate on the mid to ends of the hair. The conditioner you are using may be too rich for the root area. Speak to your hairdresser about recommending a tailored shampoo and conditioner which will combat your particular hair type.

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