7 of Your Biggest Hair Style Struggles, Solved

 

It’s normal to have “hair” issues and with the plethora of products out there it’s hard to decipher what will really help your particular hair challenge.  Here we’ll discuss some frequently asked questions about mane madness and hopefully get you on the way to hair heaven. 

Q.  No matter what I do, I cannot control my frizz!

A.  Frizzy hair has got to be the most common hair dilemma, there’s nothing worse that unruly hair, it feels just messy, and even if you manage to tack down it down or tie it back, frizz still can creep in. A couple of things to consider, first evaluate shampoo and conditioner. The frizzies usually stem from lack of moisture, and damaged hair or combination of both.  Consider shampoos and conditioners that focus on hydration like It’s a 10 Miracle Moisture Shampoo, which contain 10 amazing nutrients like Vitamin C, sunflower seed extract, acai extract, aloe vera and more.  It’s 10 Miracle Daily Conditioner, detangles, imparts incredible softness, reduces frizz, preserves hair color, hydrates hair and scalp.

Q.  My hair is severely damaged is there any product which will restore it?

A. Are you working with completely damaged goods? If you’ve dyed your hair so much that it’s breaking off, chances are you might need to be a bit drastic and start from scratch that means cutting off the dead hair. Doing a mask treatment like Goldwell DualSenses Color Extra Rich 60 Second treatment can surley help but you’ll most likely still need a styling aid to with smoothing. A cult favorite for sleek locks is Paul Mitchell Super Skinny. Roughness no more, this silicone-based formula smooths!

 Q. I have highlights in my brown hair but now it looks brassy, what can I do?

A. Keeping brassiness at bay is easy with Joico Color Balance Blue Shampoo and Joico Color Balance Blue Conditioner, this blue shampoo and conditioning duo gently cleanses while neutralizing brassy/orange tones to maintain lightened brown hair, follow up with the conditioner as it will protect hair while neutralizing color. Use 2 to 3 x a week for the best results.

 Q. I’m trying to grow my hair out, any suggestion for the “in-between” stages?

A. Growing out a shorter style can seem like an eternity and what to do in the meantime can be frustrating. Consider slicking it back behind your ears with Wella Grip Cream, this flexible molding cream will give you a medium grip on your hair and somewhat of a mod look.  Once your hair has reached shoulder length, HairDo Invisible Hoop Extension can add instant length, this Tru2Life synthetic hair can be flat ironed, curled, and blow dried; available in 7-11 shades to blend naturally with your own hair color.

 Q.  I have a super oily scalp; what shampoo is the best?

A.Consider trying Milkshake Normalizing Shampoo a unique formula containing active plant ingredients, essential oils and a balanced mix of delicate surfactants that cleanse deeply yet gently, removing sebum and oily residue. Ideal for men and woman with greasy hair who want to cleanse their hair gently and eliminate sebum, the oily appearance, and odor associated with sebum production.

 Q.  I want to change my look, any suggestions?

A. Add color! Start off with some “face-framing” highlights, choose a color 2-3 shades lighter than your hair, this is a great way to test a natural-looking enhancement without a huge commitment.  Change the way you part your hair.   Add bangs.   Combine all three for the wow factor!

 Q. My hair is noticeably thinning and color treated what is the best shampoo to use?

A.  Have a look at Nioxin System 6 ideal for noticeable thinning, colored treated hair this formula delivers thicker, fuller hair with smooth control by removing follicle-clogging sebum, fatty acids and environmental residues, while restoring the moisture level and providing color protection.

 Hair dilemmas are bound to happen, feel free to reach out to me with any hair questions you may have.  Hopefully I can get you on your way to hair happiness!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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