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Neha asks:
I am 23 years old, my problem is that I saw a grey hair on my head some years back, so I plucked it out now I have too many grey hairs which looks bad. I often apply Henna but now I want a permanent solution.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
To be honest it sounds like you will need to consider having a permanent colour applied to cover the grey in your hair.

You do have a few options though, depending on the percentage of grey in your hair you could have high/low lights, or an all over colour to eliminate all they grey, or even a combination of the both. ...More >

I would strongly suggest booking a free consultation with a colourist before committing to anything.

Emily asks:
I got pre-bonded hair extensions put in 2 weeks, and find that literally a few minutes after brushing them, they look a mess! When my hair is first done, it looked neat and lovely, but within minutes itís a mess!

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
It is very difficult to advice about the quality of hair extensions without actually looking and feeling them. However some of the following might contribute to them looking matted and course: Hairspray can often have a drying out effect. Sleeping without tying your hair back can make them matted in the morning. Not applying a leave in condition regularly can also make the hair dry out due to un-natural lighting. Over washing the hair can also aid them drying out. Using straighteners, hairdryer or curlers without applying heat protector can also contribute to your hair extensions looking dry and course.

Hair extensions do not produce their own oils, so you need to keep the moisture level content up.

Cate asks:
I have thick, wavy hair that's never been treated. I've just had it cut shorter than usual, to just above the shoulder, and the hairdresser cut choppy layers into it to make it hang less heavily than it was doing. It looks great at home, even after fairly minimal blow-drying (straight-ish), but is completely uncontrollable in the current humidity for a day at work, and I've had to resort to tying it back because it's going so wavy. Was it a mistake to have it layered, and what can I do in the meantime?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
There is only one thing you can do while you are waiting to grow the layers longer, use Stay Straight or Straightening Balms to help to control the humidity in the summer months. OR - as your hair is wavy, why not try to use the curl instead of hiding it. If you use Curl up products and dry your hair naturally or with a diffuser attachment - you may be surprised at the results. Waves and texture are the big trend for this year. - Sorry I canít be more helpful.

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