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Kiran asks:
I have thin straight shoulder length hair which is layered. I would like to get a perm that gives my hair more volume .Is it ok to do so and if so what kind and length should I have to get one. Also I am from India with a wheatish complexion. If you could please suggest a suitable style, badly need to change it.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
If your hair is fine you will need to be careful with a perm. Make sure that your stylist does a porosity and elasticity test before perming. An acid perm might be your best option as it will be gentler on your hair. Your style will depend on your face shape. The best thing to do is to do find a picture of something that you like, take it to your stylist and ask them if it will suit you. If not how they can adapt the style to suit your face.

Nikki patel asks:
I put coconut oil in my hair and ever since then whenever I wash it, it gets greasy again within a day. It looks as though someone has tipped a bucket of oil on my head.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Coconut oil is very rich. Whenever you apply oil to the hair the best way to remove it is to apply shampoo to the hair before the water. Oil and Water do not mix, so you will need to use the shampoo first to emulsify the oil, once you have done this you can rinse out and then shampoo again as normal.

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?

Dawn CooperAnswered By:
Dawn Cooper
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.

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