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Diana Dudas


Diana Dudas author of "Quench the thirst of Frizzy Hair" started her career at a meek age of 15, in a small Leicestershire mining town in the UK called Coalville. After completing her 3 year apprenticeship, her quest for knowledge sent her on an adventure of learning. Education, she felt was her key to success and having spent many years taking...



Elaine Bryce asks:
I have fairly short straight hair which I have permed to give me a bit of a root lift. I have this done at home by a mobile hairdresser. However the perm never seems to last more than 6 weeks. She only takes hr to perm and blow dry my hair. As I only require a bit of a lift, she leaves the solution on for approx 10 mins. Is this sufficient time to gain the result I require.

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Diana Dudas
It sounds as though there are not enough rods being put into your hair. It could be that the rods are too large. Or the lotion is not left on long enough. Lotion can be left on anything up to 20 minutes all depending on the lotion and whether you use heat or not. I find it hard to fathom that a root perm and blow-dry can all be done in 3/4 hour. Neutralizer should be left on at least 5 minutes after being rinsed for 5 minutes. Development time 10 minutes that is 20 minutes not including winding, shampooing and blow-drying. Tell your stylist that your perms are not lasting long enough and see if your mobile hairdresser can come up with a solution.





Kyle asks:
My hair is exceptionally thick, falls in loose spirals, and comes down to the middle of my shoulder blades. I have been growing my hair out for the past couple of years, and I never had a problem with frizz until my hair approached shoulder length.

I immediately started using moisturizing shampoos and conditioners, letting my hair air dry, and shampooing every other day instead of daily, but it has only been getting worse. I tried a ridiculous number of hair products to see if I could style away the frizz, but the only thing that worked 100% was to straighten my hair.

I have since found some products I am happy with, but they are not able to control the frizz completely. I use Frizz-Ease shampoo and conditioner for curly hair, a deep conditioner as needed, and Frizz-Ease volume reducer for control. I do not care for serums, but I use them if I am going to be in the sun for a while.

I really do not want to straighten my hair or cut it shorter, so what can I do?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
I would suggest using a clarifying shampoo and removing all product build up and starting form scratch. Check that the anti frizz products you are using do not contain silicone as this can cause the product build up. The use good moisturizing shampoos and conditioners that contain humectants such as coconut oil. And use a good moisturizing styling lotion to keep the curls defined







Denni asks:
I have really frizzy hair and also a very dry scalp, I was wondering if there is any thing out there that will help my frizzy hair and dry scalp?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Use shampoos that contain coconut oil, this is good for both the scalp and hair. Razzamatazz moisture loc shampoo is awesome





 
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