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Amanda Standal

Please help. My hair has always been my pride and fucking joy. I figured since it is pretty damn healthy, it could deal with some bleach damage. And I figured the master stylist who did all the color-corrections would know how much would be too much. I was wrong, and now I want to burst into tears every time I look at my hair or touch it. I just don't know what to do. my hair has also NEVER been shorter than this and it breaks and falls out. What should i do to

Nicola Chapman

Hi all, i get my hair highlighted and it's really fine. So it breaks off mid-way. I have tried alot of different shampoos and conditioners, nothing is really making it any better. I get my hair done wvery 6 weeks, including a treatment. My hair gets greasy and heavy and dull too. Any advice pls?xx

Reagan Ingalls

I need help. I used to have gorgeous curly hair. I straightened it once and it stopped curling. I'm devastated. My hair only frizzes now and I have to straighten it to make it look good. If I keep on straightening my hair everyday, will the new hair that is growing in not curl? It's growing in curly, but I'm not sure if it will last. Also, is there any suggestions you have to increase my hair growth rate?


Wow, that escalated quickly, doesn't me she doesn't care, for all you know she might have family with cancer which I hope not but she's just well informed when it comes to hair, stop judging people..

cathy bennlox

wow! are you a hairdresser, those are some really proffessional tips! im guessing your hair is really nice and not frizzy! but i think you are a bitch for showing off because some people dont even have hair because of cancer but you oviously dont care!

jeniffer alice

i think that my hairdresser hates me because i am so picky with my hair, i was actually kicked out of her private hairdressers because i screamed once! she cut my fringe a little short, some of these tips are good but some are useless on my hair. well right now i think i will cut it all off. the only thing is i will have to come to this site a lot because my hair is bad when i wake!


Does the tight straightening trick make your hair permanently straight because I don't want my hair straight forever just for like 1 day and I don't have time to straighten in the morning befor school. Please help me I don't want to try using this trick of it does make it permanently straight


Joanne, if you see someone coming at you with a razor, RUN. AWAY. They are idiots. If i can recommend something to you, i would ask for a Malibu treatment at your local salon. A Malibu treatment is basically a deep cleaning. It gets all the product buildup and silicon out of your inner hair shaft. Usually, product buildup is 80% of your problem, and it usually doesn't come out with just clarifying shampoo (especially if you have been trying LOTS of different products to get your hair to calm down.) Follow up with a lightweight conditioner, and I would also recommend buying a pick attachment that you place at the end of your blowdryer. It basically combs the hair while blowdrying. You will be surprised at how much frizz you will combat by just doing that. I also really like Biolage exquisite oil. It's amazing. Also, make sure that you are using a sulfate/paraben free shampoo and conditioner. Some people react strangely to shampoos with those ingredients, and it causes your hair dry out and split.


I'm a hairstylist, and I have to say.... Some of these tips are great, but not all of them. Like, for instance, they say that you should wash your hair every day if you have a problem with excess oil. Quite the contrary, actually. You are oily BECAUSE you wash your hair every day. You are stripping your hair of all its natural oils every single day, thus tricking your scalp into thinking that it's not producing enough, and that's where oily hair comes from. Instead, start washing your hair every other day for about a week, and use dry shampoo whenever you start to look oily (I recommend Batiste. You can get it at Ulta for $8, which is cheaper than a lot of salon dry shampoos, and it works better in my opinion. They even have different cans for brunettes, blondes, and redheads!) After that first week, extend the time between washes to every couple days, for another week and so on and so forth until you're only washing your hair a couple times a week. The first week is the most difficult, but once you break the cycle, you won't be living your life around washing your hair-- like when your friend calls you for a spontaneous "hang out session" and you say you're busy because you don't have time to wash your hair. ;)


I grew up having a pool in the backyard or just swimming all the time. After a while hair starts to turn green from pool chemicals, rinsing with beer sloves that problem.

Anne Williams

If you HAVE to use heat tools then get the ones by Karmin because those make hair shiny and not all brittle like the chi and others I've used. Really good quality products, plus you have to use heat protectant every time just to keep your hair healthy.

Hanna Jackson

I decided to try the pro naturals argan oil shampoo and it is pretty good..

Mel Stevens

I use the pro naturals argan oil and my hair looks amazing. Start using it too

Joanne Greenwood

Bad hair day? I have rare good hair days, my hairdresser tries to hide when she sees me coming her poor arms, I have very long, thick, curly and above all frizzy hair, between us we have tried a vast range of products with her checking how I am using them and they all seemed to make my hair bigger and frizzier, mostly I go for an up do or pony tail. I have had my hair short but the weight of the length holds it down a bit. Some hairdressers have tried razor thinning, causing split ends, other think less thinning is better as the weight is needed. At present the thought is grow out the layers and start again. But for me I still have product faith and will be off to the shops to try some of these products that I haven't tried before. So thanks for the help.

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