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Megan asks:
I have recently coloured my hair a natural dark brown colour, from my normal bleached blonde highlights. I bought a shampoo which is meant for brunettes, but after I used it the first time, my hair was greasy looking within a day of washing it. I decided to persevere for a couple more washes but the same thing kept happening, so I bought another similar shampoo to try, but this has not made a difference, neither have any of the other shampoos I have used. My hair is now getting so greasy it needs washing again within 12 hours of the last wash. I am at the end of my tether as I cannot be bothered to wash my hair every day! Please help!

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Excess greasiness like this may be caused by a hormonal or dietary imbalance. I would suggest that you visit your doctor or a trichologist for advice before trying any more shampoos.





Ally asks:
I have really thick hair just below my shoulders. A while ago I had it thinned and it made it frizzy and I preferred it the way it was. Can you suggest anything I can do to thin my hair out without it frizzing?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
You can try few things, one would be to ''chop it'' into this would cut it in a more un-even way which would prevented from frizzing, try to avoid thinning scissors or razors as they could make the problem worst as thinning up ends would make the hair unprotected un with tendency of become ''fluffier'' with humidity. Try all ways right shampoo and conditioner (J.F. Lazartigue moisturazing range) and also a good styling aid as J.F.Lazartigue straightening gel even if your hair could be straight it would help to keep humidity away from your hair and of course for now do not forget your straightening irons.







laura asks:
I have purple hair at the moment but I am getting married next August. I was blonde when I met my fiancÚ about 4 years ago. It was a home dye blonde Garnier colour 1.10 I think. Anyway about 2 years ago I dyed my hair red with a swartzkopf live colour, then 12 months ago I dyed it purple again with a swartzkopf live colour - cyber purple. I would really like to be back blonde for the wedding without ruining my hair which is quite long and in good condition - surprisingly! Can I do this without stripping my hair, as one hairdresser advised this but I do not like the idea. Can I not go brown 1st then gradually go lighter? Please help!

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
It seems you have had quite a combination of colour on your hair in recent years and without seeing you and doing a strand and skin test I would want to recommend that you visit a good salon in your area for a colour consultation and be advised by the colour expert. If you try colouring at home you could have a disaster which might damage your hair prior to your wedding. Good Luck





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