Find Your Nearest Salon
UKH
SALON SEARCH ▸

Ask the Experts

Ask the Experts

1593 Records Found matching query: thin     Record(s): 985 - 987
Brooke asks:
I have had extremely bad dandruff for as long as I can remember at least 15yrs. I have tried many dandruff shampoos for example T-Gel, Head & Shoulders extreme dandruff etc..... at least 5-6 brands that I have found!! I have also tried washing my hair less and more often over the years. I tried many different salon brand shampoos too! Nothing seems to work. The dandruff seems to feel like scabs but if you pull them off it is just a big chunk of white dandruff. I talked to a dermatologist when there for a mole removal and she just blew it off like it was nothing other than normal dandruff. What are some possible conditions that could cause this? Do you have any different suggestions for relief? Any help that you could give me would be highly appreciated!!

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I am not a doctor, but it sounds like you have a case of Psoriasis which they say can be stress related. Try Paul Mitchell Tea Tree with Lavender, it's a new shampoo that has just come out, and try washing your hair every day and see what happens, if it does not help you should consult another dermatologist.





Phallon asks:
I have thick frizzy but like wavy hair I need a new cut. Right now it is about three inches past my shoulder I need something that would take away the frizz so when I feel like curling it, it won’t go huge! My hair is impossible.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
I think firstly I would strongly suggest booking yourself some intensive conditioning treatments to try and reduce the frizziness in your hair, and continue this at home as well.

Cut wise I would suggest having your hair thinned out as opposed to layered. This will help reduce the thickness and help you curl your hair, without the style becoming too rounded.







Jacquelyn asks:
I have quite thick hair with a natural waves its also pretty dry and frizzy recently I had it layered and feathered and it does not sit to well can you advise me on straightening and also products for my hair to look healthier?.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
The quickest and easiest way of straightening your hair is with straightening irons and it is always advisable to use heat protection sprays before hand to protect from the heat. I would also suggest using an intensive conditioning treatment to help reduce the frizz in your hair. Something like Wella System Professional Power Mask is ideal for this. There are also chemical straightening processes on the market but would be wary of the condition they can leave your hair in.





Page 329 of 531


3 Records on this page