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Jamie Stevens


Award-winning hairdresser, owner of two salons, global ambassador for Matrix, TV personality and HJís British Hairdresser of the Year 2013 & 2012 nominee, Jamie Stevens has fast established a well-deserved reputation as one of the nationís most successful and talented celebrity hairstylists. His enviable CV includes owning his first eponymous salon...



Janice asks:
I am a 17 year old girl with wavy hair and the major problem with my hair is that it is becoming dry and brittle..with a lot of frizz and split ends. I have heard that these are the basic signs of hair loss. But nobody in my family has a hair loss problem, so could it be down to poor diet as I donít use styling tools either? Whenever I tie a ponytail, I see small hairs on top looking lifeless and frizzy. What could be the root of the problem and what can I do to tackle this? Iíd appreciate your advice.

Jamie StevensAnswered By:
Jamie Stevens
Yes your diet can affect your hair the same way it does your nails and skin, so drink plenty of water. Keep your hair regularly cut to reduce and prevent split ends. Brittle and dry hair is not the first sign of hair loss - but if people tell you things like that the worry alone will make it fall out! The short hairs that escape from your ponytail could be a sign of new hair that has grown through or it may be that your hair is wavy and the hair cuticle sits in different directions. To minimise damage, try not to colour your hair too much and use weekly conditioning treatments to keep hair healthy.





Marcia asks:
Hello , I really need youíre help.My Hair is really dry and full of flyaways ,itís a nightmare! I donít know what to do anymore. I donít use heat on my hair at all , Iíve never dyed my hair or anything. In my entire life I only straightened my hair like 4 times. I wash my hair once a week which is the ideal as itís not stripping away the natural oils I believe. I donít know what to do , Itís taking my confidence away. I would love to have that shiny looking hair but my hair is always dry no matter what. It looks like its damaged and I just feel like to cut it all off sometimes. Its horrible , please help me ! thank you

Jamie StevensAnswered By:
Jamie Stevens
This could be down to the shampoo and conditioner you use, if it is too heavy try changing to a cleansing shampoo. If you ever do dry your hair with heat be sure to apply heat protector and speak to your colourist to have a clear gloss added to your hair. This doesnít alter the colour but adds great shine to it which should help your confidence.







Sahal asks:
My hair changes its style when it gets dry. And it is not staying uniform everywhere

Jamie StevensAnswered By:
Jamie Stevens
Hi Sahal.
If your hair is changing style as it becomes dry then it is essential to keep it moisturized and nourished using an intense conditioning treatments, there are many to choose from on the supermarket shelves or you could ask your stylist for their professional opinion. You may also like to use a daily leave in conditioner to ensure that there is added daily moisture in your hair. To ensure that your hair stays in place I would recommend that you use a strong hold spray or fixing gel and a fast cool blast with your hairdryer will hold your style in place a little longer.





 
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