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Lizz asks:
Iím 16 years old and have long brown hair. Iíve used different shampoos and conditioners but none seem to help my dry, frizzy hair. Right now Iím using Fructis Triple Nutrition Shampoo and Conditioner and my hair has not changed at all. I like to straighten my hair some days but Iíd like something that will make my naturally curly hair look great too when I want to leave it curly.

Benjamin ShipmanAnswered By:
Benjamin Shipman
There are two great ranges that I would like to suggest. One is for when you want to wear your hair curly, and the other for when you want it sleek and straight. ...More >

The Kebelo VELVET CURLS range consists of a shampoo, conditioner and defining cream, all of which have been designed to create perfect curls. Containing the super ingredient coconut oil, as well as chamomile and quinoa, the formula helps to separate, soften and smooth curly hair, without straightening it.

The Kebelo SILK range is suitable for all hair types susceptible to frizz and has been designed to control unmanageable manes to create smooth, shiny, weightless hair. There are three products in the SILK range Ė SILK Shampoo, SILK Conditioner and SILK Anti-frizz Cream Ė all enriched with luxury ingredients, including jojoba, argan oil, quinoa and keratin.

All products in these ranges are SLS- and Paraben-free, offering an ethical, safe and gentle approach to haircare.





Abby asks:
Iím naturally blonde but have dyed my hair dark for about 4 years now (very dark brown, almost black) I had blue bleach highlights done a few days back to lighten it and itís turned quite orange. I want to be a light natural brown without going green! How do I achieve this?

Thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Abby

I have been doing to whole really dark brown to lighter brown thing and have done it gradually by having highlights and toners and using colour conditioners in between so add even more dimension to the tones and to be able to control the unwanted orange( warm undertones). I would have some more highlights and ask for a colour conditioner recommendation to use as part of your maintenance programme.







Sarah Beasley asks:
My hair is shoulder length, is thinning, breaking and has a mind of its own. I have to wash it everyday because of the state it is when I get up and use hair straighteners as it goes crazy, it also even after straightening when I go out is affected by any weather condition, please any suggestions?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Sarah

I always say to people as a first instant with any hair concern whatís your diet like? It really does make a difference to have a healthy diet. The second thing is the shampoo and conditioner you use, make sure itís for fine hair and the conditioner is a very light detangling one and that you comb it through before rinsing. ...More >

Do you have straightening irons with temp control, if so please get some advice on the correct temp for your hair as many times people are using the irons on a temperature much to high and causing excessive damage.

There are some great finishing products available that have humidity blockers use one of those after styling. Have a good trim and do all of the above and Iím certain you will see a difference very quickly.





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