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Saadia asks:
I am 18 years old girl and I lost my hair from the top head and day by day I lose my hair regularly

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Your hair has a way of telling you if your body is in balance. However stress can threaten to overwhelm us as a product of modern day life Stress can be defined in a variety of ways such as: Feeling bad due to troubles beyond your control, mind and body changes and ongoing worry. ...More >

When theses issues are not properly managed then this starts to affect your appetite, your nourishment levels are low and the tell tale signs manifest themselves through various aspects of your body.

Your hair is one of the first places your body shows distress. Illness, medication and imbalances in nutrition all show up in you hair and scalp. Even aspirins and over the counter allergy pills or cold tablets can have a negative effect on your hair, especially if your hair is chemically treated with colour or a permanent rinse.

Before you can start to really treat your hair externally, you need to start treating yourself internally such as having fun, relaxing, physical activity and even learning to breath. Or talking to someone you can trust to keep your confidence and offer unbiased advice. Good sleep, a good diet to include foods rich in vitamins B, A and C

Once you start to feel better inside, and your appetite returns, you will find that your hair will become healthier.

With regards to hair enhancement, if the top of your hair is really thin and is affecting your confidence to go out, I recommend the ‘crowning glory hair enhancement system’

This could be used in the interim until your hair grows back nice and strong.

Rebecca asks:
Is there any 22" clip in human hair extensions dark medium brown with caramel highlights because its hard to get the exact colour of my hair on the internet and the shops by me do not sell any which have highlights in them and when I do think the picture on the internet matches my colour when I get them they are completely different to what look like. Do you know where I could get extensions the exact details and colour from?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
If you would like a proper colour match, I suggest it is best you seek out a qualified trained consultant who has a colour ring made of natural hair. They will be able to colour match your hair and order or point you in the right direction. We have a choice of hair extension consultants on our website that you could approach for help or advice. ...More >

On some suppliers websites you can loan a colour ring for about £5.00 provided you send it back. Ask someone to colour match your hair and this will help you achieve as near a colour match as possible.

It is no good guessing what the colour might be, because there are several shades of browns, blondes and even pinks.

If your hair has been dyed, then this could pose a problem, so it is important to get a colour match with a colour ring and you might have to introduce at least two shades in order to give the illusion of a complimentary colour match.

Let me know how you get on.

Emma asks:
I have a problem that has baffled hairdressers for years! I have naturally fine straight hair but lots of it. When I was about nine, my very long straight hair started to severely tangle as soon as water hit it, leaving a matted mess (I had to have it cut short as a result). Things calmed down after that until about six months ago (I'm now 35) and the same thing has started again. I can use every conditioner in the world, leave intensive treatments on for ages) and no joy. My hair smoothes when the conditioner is on but as soon as water is introduced my hair twists so badly on itself I can't do a thing with it unless I leave masses of conditioner on it which then leaves it greasy. My latest hairdresser panicked when she saw the reaction as it was soft and fairly manageable dry but became like matted dolls hair when wet! I'm fair skinned by the way! Help!

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
This is an unusual case - it seems to me that you must have very fine hair and lots of it. In some cases this can happen but your case does seem extreme. I would like to be able to see your hair at some point to be able to help you and solve the problem. But for now, I suggest you cut your hair to a reasonable length - it does not have to be short, just manageable. You also need to find the right shampoo and conditioner to suit your hair and to prevent this happening each time you shampoo your hair. You may also want to check how hard the water is in your area, as adding a water softener may help you.

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