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Jane asks:
I have a medium length dyed dark brown layered bob which requires washing everyday. I use a good quality shampoo and conditioner and treat it once a week to deep conditioner, as I straighten it 5 times a week. I leave it to dry naturally at the weekend to give it a rest. I have always had a side parting and have just noticed recently that my parting is looking thinner and in certain lights my scalp is shining through. Everyone I have spoken to including my husband, colourist and hair stylist have said they havenít noticed a change or would be concerned, BUT I know my own hair. I am 41 years old on Simvastatin for 2 years for high Cholesterol and have irregular periods. Could you please advise as I am beginning to get paranoid that I am beginning to lose my hair?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I think using a Flat Iron every day is going to put a strain on your hair no matter what, but I also think you might need to address this with your Doctor, your medications might have a little to do with it.

Katie asks:
My hair is a bit wavy which I hate I want it permanently straight as it seems way better straight do you have anything I can do or use to make it go permanently straight, because when I straighten my hair it goes a bit wavy afterwards.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
If your hair is only wavy I would not suggest permanently making it straight. I would suggest getting a non chemical hair relaxer such as razzamatazz strait time; this will smooth out your waves and keep them at bay, even in humidity

Ashley asks:
My natural hair colour is dark brown. I have been home dying my hair for many years and some years ago used a particular dye with a red base, ever since when I dyed my hair a brown a red tinge was always present, so I decided to use this particular dye again in a black (since it took so well with the red), after some months it was just too dark I went to a chemist and got a professional dye stripper but discovered the black appeared to still be there, I went back to the chemist for their advise and they advised that when you have dyed your hair for many years the hair follicles eventually become confused as to what their original hair colour is meant to be, she advised if I wait at least six months my hair would settle and possible return to its natural colour. After six months there was no change and I dyed again in my natural colour but because the hair was so dark the colour would not take. Is there anything I can do or am I stuck with black hair forever?

Calum TierneyAnswered By:
Calum Tierney
If I wanted advice on cooking an amazing meal I would speak to a chef! If I wanted advice on hair I would go to a hair salon! I would be amazed if the chemist you spoke to has had training in hair colour! The only confusion appears to be with the chemist and not your hair follicles! My advice would be to go to a professional salon and have a consultation and also a quote, this will determine what you can have done professionally and then you can decide! We can do anything with hair and the only thing that determines what we do is the condition of your hair.

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