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Claire asks:
My hair is thick and down to my bottom. When wet it is quite wavy and has ringlets at the ends. When my hair dries it does not look so curly. I want to tong my hair but my hair is too long to fit around the tongs. What can I do?

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Your hair is too heavy to retain any curl when dry. The best thing to do would be to layer your hair which would revive the curl that are there, the amount of layering will be determined by weight and length of hair and suitability of texture. If you want to keep length but layer heavily you could gently twist hair before you wrap around tongs this would make hair shorter and would give curl more spring. If you buy professional tongs they are longer so will be easier for you to use on your hair.

Nicky asks:
I straighten my hair regularly as its frizzy and then put it in a pony and it looks and stays straight. But if I wear my hair down it stays straight but still looks thick. I was wondering if layers would make my hair look thinner as I would like to wear my hair down more often.

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
You should have some weight taken out and also the idea of layers its very good as long as they are long layers as short ones could give you the opposite result

Mark asks:
I am 46 and bald with short grey hair at the sides. I want to colour the grey hair but it is thin and I do not want to stain my scalp in the process. Can you advise me on products that would colour my hair but not stain my scalp.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Any colour you use could stain your scalp which is why I would suggest that you have your hair coloured in a salon to ensure a good result.

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