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#781737 - 09/09/12 12:45 AM Hair Questions  
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I hear questions about hair all the time from the women I work with. I am wondering what kind of questions the everyday woman has. Lets talk hair, Do you ever get frustrated with your hair? Let me hear your questions and get some answers......


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#783373 - 09/20/12 03:45 PM Re: Hair Questions [Re: Brandi - Hair Editor]  
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Where i have straightened my hair to much at the front it looks like i have burnt it. Do you know of anything that could help it look a little better?

#784142 - 09/26/12 03:17 AM Re: Hair Questions [Re: chicka33]  
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A leave in hair treatment such as "It's a 10" can give you the moisture it needs while protecting your hair from further damage. I would follow up with a smoothing serum after the hair is dry to protect the hair from frizz and give it a silky smooth finish and shine. I personally like Glass made by Redken and Glaze Haze made by Bed Head.
Use caution when putting a smoothing serum on your hair a tiny bit goes a long way!
Ultimately, trimming off all the burnt hair is the ideal approach to your dilemma.
Hope this helps you smile


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#795272 - 12/05/12 03:20 PM Re: Hair Questions [Re: Brandi - Hair Editor]  
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I would love to put my hair up in different styles - different type soy updos. I live in a cold climate that makes hats critical. Is there anyway I can have my updos and not have to redo my hair constantly?


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#795470 - 12/07/12 07:07 AM Re: Hair Questions [Re: Brandi - Hair Editor]  
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I just wanna I can have many hair styles and to be more stylish.

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#796782 - 12/19/12 11:05 AM Re: Hair Questions [Re: Brandi - Hair Editor]  
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My step daughter's mother is and has been dying her hair.. my step daughter is only 3 years old. She has been having her hair died since she was about one. Is this even safe for her and is there anything I can try to do to save her hair? I dye my hair and I have had it bleached before so I know how terrible it is for an adult's hair... I can't imagine how terrible it is for my step daughter's hair...

#796845 - 12/19/12 03:30 PM Re: Hair Questions [Re: AKLisa- Knitting Editor]  
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AKLisa- I would opt for updos that are sleek around the head with the hair pulled down towards the shoulders. I know wearing a hat is a hard issue when it comes to updos. Hats crease the hair. It is nearly impossible to have an updo and wear a hat.
Could you elaborate a bit more about soy updos please.
Also, I would consider if you are going out to wear a hat that has more room in it for the hair and one that is less tight around the head.


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#796847 - 12/19/12 03:34 PM Re: Hair Questions [Re: Super Fashion Fan]  
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This is one of the reasons I went to cosmetology school. The more you know about hair the more styles you can create.

I would suggest reading a few good books about hair to learn how heat effects hair and how to set the hair.

Another thing you could do is look at pictures and try to re-create them on yourself or a friend. The style does not have to be perfect.

There are many modifications to a hairstyle.


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#796849 - 12/19/12 03:38 PM Re: Hair Questions [Re: beautiful_tiger86]  
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beautiful_tiger86:

Do you know what kind of hair dye she is using?


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#796892 - 12/19/12 07:42 PM Re: Hair Questions [Re: Brandi - Hair Editor]  
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Brandi, thank you so much for your suggestions, I will give them try.
Soy updos is a typo - should read "types of updos"
sorry about the confusion!


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