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Louisa asks:
I have really thick hair, and it is SO annoying! I want my hair to go fluffy, like Cassie from Skins, and look thinner, but I donít want > layers because I have had layers before and didnít like it!

How can I get my hair to go fluffy?

Mark WoolleyAnswered By:
Mark Woolley
Layers can be cut into hair in a less obvious way, and so that hair is subtly thinned out. Just make sure that you are clear about what you want when you go to your Hairdresser. Cassieís look is more about the styling than the cut though, and to get the Cassie ĎBed Headí look I would use a good texturiser or sea salt spray. Work the product through damp hair and then scrunch dry with your hands whilst using a hairdryer. This should give you the same, textured look. To rough hair up even more you could slightly backcomb your hair, though be careful not to overdo it as a lot of backcombing can add volume as well as texture.





Jen asks:
I have naturally curly/wavy dry hair. But I got them rebonded 1 year back. Now I am getting back my wavy hair back in the roots. I do not want to rebond my hair again. Please can you tell me how to undo the rebonding without any chemicals so I can get my wavy hair back at the earliest.

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Jen - The only thing that I can suggest is to do a series of deep conditioning treatments with heat. This will open your hair some and hopefully undo the bonding. Good Luck.







Donna asks:
I have stripped my hair twice, the top is a honey red, but the back is a darker red, why does the back of my hair stay dark as many times as I have stripped it, itíll stay light for awhile, and slowly start to darken again, help! I love the top!

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Donna - The hair on the back part or nape area of the head is always more resistant than the rest of your head. That is just the way God made us. It should be able to be corrected and evened out by a qualified stylist. If the stylist that you are currently using isnít having positive results after two color corrections, you might think about looking for another one. If you are stripping the color yourself, I do not recommend it. Color correction is something very specialized and takes practice.





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