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beauty Q & A: 4 OF YOUR HAIR PROBLEMS SOLVED

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beauty q & a hair problems solved

HAVING A FEW HAIR ISSUES? IS A BAD HAIR DAY A
REGULAR EVENT?

check out some of our readers hair questions – and the answers –
they just might help!


 
Here are four of your hair problems solved…
I have tiny hair that stick up straight from my head? What should I do?
Christine

They’re probably just new hairs growing, baby hairs. Flatten them with some lotion, gel or hairspray. If you blow-dry, aim your hairdryer downwards to help stray stands lay low.
What’s the quickest way to blow-dry your hair?
Kirsten

Try this speed-drying tip: * Start with damp hair. * With a comb draw a line from ear to ear on top of your head and divide the front section into thirds. * Blow-dry one side first and then, using a round brush, roll it toward the face. * Continue with the crown, followed by the other side of the head, then run your hands through your hair. * What you’ll have is a perfectly smooth frame around your face that will blend into the rest of your hair.
I blow-dry my frizzy curls every day. Is there an easier way to do my hair?
Lisa

Work with your curls, don’t fight them. Soften curls and get rid of frizz by mixing together shine serum and gel in your hands, then scrunch them through damp hair. Blow-dry on medium with a diffuser and finally spritz with a moisturising styling spray.
By the end of the day my hair looks very flat and boring. What can I do to give it a boost at work?
Gaby

When you’re having a limp-hair day, switch your part to the opposite side for an instant lift. Also avoid centre parts as they make your hair lay even flatter to your head. If you’ve applied product to your hair in the morning, run damp hands through your hair to revitalise the products power and give your hair some oomph.
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