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Faiza asks:
I just wanted to ask, I have too many grey hairs, my family says not to dye them, they think the situation will turn out to be worse, can please give me some advice on whether I should use a dye or not and if I should then which one would be best for me.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Having your hair coloured does not make the situation worse, but once you start it is something that you will need to keep having done.

At this stage I would advise booking a free consultation at your hairdressers so they can see your hair. By the sounds of it I would recommend starting with a semi permanent colour which will wash out over a period of time. This way if you donít like it youíre not stuck with it and it is also very gentle on the hair.





Lorna asks:
I have had the same hair style for 4 years, just at the middle of my shoulder blades, layered and a mid brown with blonde highlights, I have an oval face, I want a mid length cut and maybe an auburn colour, would my hair appear thicker as it looks slightly limp and flat would a cut help?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
A hair cut can make almost any hair look and feel thicker or thinner depending on the style. Also colour can make your hair appear fuller and thicker too, sometimes as hair grows longer it can feel shapeless, dull, heavy and limp so by bringing your length up and playing with a few layers it can soon lift your appearance and give you a fuller bodied yet younger look.

Go for it!







Joyce asks:
For 2 months last year I took steroid (Bundesmide) for Colitis. How long should I wait before having my hair permed again.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Colitis is an inflammation of the colon which around 1 in 1000 people in the UK can develop at any age any time. Normally after taking steroids for short term use there are no long term side affects. However if you have been taking them for several months then there is a much higher chance of having side effects and simple things causing problems. I recommend if your really desperate to have a perm to visit your GO and follow advice from them. One of my pet hates is to hear people say 'íI canít cope without a perm. If you have been having perms for years then I would recommend itís about time you changed your style find yourself a new younger, feel good look and bring out a brand new you. Think positive and do away with the perm, feel open minded. Remember your health is more important give it a try.





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