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Adrienne asks:
I have thick coarse dry fizzy and wavy hair it is shoulder length I want to cut it but do not know what to get I was thinking a short angled bob short in the back and the front chin length so it will not take long to flat iron it. Would this be a good idea if not what should opt for my hair grows very quickly?

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
If you are prepared to spend half an hour each day straightening your hair then this cut will be fine for you. However, might I suggest that you go for a consultation with the hairdresser and ask for their suggestions for a style that suits your hair texture and will take the minimum of time to blow-dry or style each day. That way life will be easier for you.





Amy asks:
I have recently bought a pair of straighteners, they are really good, but I find that my hair is dead straight for about half a day after I have straightened it and then it flicks out at the bottom! Is there anything that will stop my hair from doing this, if so what and how much will it cost me?

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
You need concentrate on small sections of the hair, mist with a little hairspray or heat protective lotion and as you run the straighteners down the hair, flick the ends under. Do this twice and it should say flicked under, or if the hair flicks out just use your straighteners again to get hair smooth.







Giselle asks:
About 4 months ago I finished an intense 6 month chemotherapy treatment. Luckily I did not lose all of my hair but it did thin down. I have naturally curly hair but prior to having chemo I had it chemically straightened and coloured (this is before finding out about my cancer). Now my hair seems to be neither here or there. If I do not use styling mousses or leave-in conditioners it looks horrible, very frizzy and the top part is the new hair coming through and it looks wavy the bottom half is straight but looks very dry, when left out it is below shoulder length. I have tried numerous amounts of products recommended by hairdressers here in Australia, but none have helped. It is very depressing as prior to having the chemo my hair was extremely long (1/4 up from my backside) and plentiful. Any help that you can recommend will be greatly appreciated.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
I am sorry to learn of your illness and subsequent problems with your hair. Can I suggest that you cut your hair to perhaps bob length, treat it to lots of conditioning treatments, eat healthily and basically you will find in no time it will look and feel better. Good luck





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