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My hair is really curly. I have dermatitis and it covers mostly the front of my hair area. It’s really embarrassing and I really would like to cover it up with bangs but I’m afraid that my hair is to curly to have bangs. What should I do? Also I have badly burnt hair so I feel like I’m in a bigger risk of burning all my hair to shreds. Please help me. What can I do to fix this problem?
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It sounds like you’re experiencing a few hair challenges. I have a few questions that might be better answered through a verbal conversation. For example, how did you hair become burnt? What is your hair length and overall hair goal? Have you been diagnosed with dermatitis by a dermatologist? Can you give us a call at 1(800)535-8683 and ask for our Education Department.
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I been wearing weaves for several years now not because my hair was short it was thick and very curly and hard to manage because I always has sweat in my head. Over the years that I been wearing weaves my hair has become very thin, dry and I’m continuing to lose my hair. Can you please tell me how I can restore the thick healthy hair I had.
This can be a common challenge after years of weaves. First, refrain from getting weaves or braids. And chemical services like relaxers and color should be placed on hold too. I suggest treating yourself to a weekly moisture-protein regimen until you begin to feel and see a difference in your hair. Use shampoos that are sulfate free. They should be nourishing to touch, but not heavy. Look for deep penetrating conditioners to restore moisture as well. To test a conditioner, dab a dime size amount on the back of your hair. If it penetrates your skin, then great! But if the conditioner sits on top of your skin, then leave it. For styles, have some fun with sets. I love braid outs, flexi-rods, and even roller sets. Get on YouTube and search for a few fabulous styles to try.
Hope this helps!