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Marie asks:
I have really thin hair and I get extensions and I took them out and it ripped a lot of my hair out in my bangs how can I get it to grow back?

Dawn CooperAnswered By:
Dawn Cooper
Removing your own extensions is a big no-no. Without the experience you will damage your natural hair and cause unnecessary pulling on the scalp. If your hair was fine before extensions, removing them yourself will not have helped! But, please be aware that your hair will grow back naturally over time. If you do opt for extensions at another time, please remember to go to the professionals for removal.

Emma asks:
I have a strong natural kink at the front of my hair which forces it into a centre parting and won't hold a fringe or any other parting. Hairdressers have tried everything but the centre parting just makes my very flat, fine hair look even more lifeless. What are my options?

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
The fringe needs to be cut deep enough to weigh down the kink. You can also try putting a little pre style spray at roots then put point nozzle of dryer directly on to roots only. Blast with heat while holding fringe tightly with fingers or a thermo bristle brush. This will flatten root out completely. Or, if suitable for your face shape you could wear your hair back off your face, this would simply solve the problem.

Ruby asks:
I have waist length brown hair but I have wanted it ash blonde for ages. I have tried going to a salon to have it highlighted many times but it still is not that pale blonde that I want. I have been told that I should not have an all over bleach because my hair is so long it will get severely damaged, I have thought about getting blonde extensions or weaves put in but I do not know much about them. Please help me get that long Rapunzel blonde hair that I so want.

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
It would seem as though your issue is one of colour and not length or volume. I would recommend going to a salon that specialises in colouring long hair. They will be a bit more expensive, but it will be worth it because they will be able to deliver what you want without damaging your hair. Not all salons specialise in this so ask to see some evidence of their work. Hair extensions can help to give you highlights, but they would also add volume. This could render your hair too thick and unmanageable. There is also the added risk that if they are not removed properly, you could end up with hair loss which, in turn could thin out your hair. I would seek a consultation with a specialist first of all.

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