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Hi, I urgently need help please! My hairdresser straightened (chemically) my very curly hair about 2 years ago. A few months down the line I realized the mistake I had made and desperately wished for my curls to come back. I asked a different hairdresser to cut my long hair into a Chinese bob. The hair in my neck started curling again but for the rest of my hair it was still straight. My hair has grown again to shoulder length and is in a total mess because every second day I blow wave and sometimes hot iron my hair. Is it at all possible that my natural curl will return after a while? And what can I do in the meantime to get my hair in a better state? Can you please advise on a better shampoo and conditioner and something that I can use on my hair to repair all the damage I've caused?

Hi, your hair will take time to grow back into its natural state depending on how quickly it grows. Your best option is to have regular trims every 4-6 weeks, this way the hair that was chemically treated will be trimmed away allowing your natural hair to grow through. Use a deep fortifying treatment to maintain healthy hair as well as a shampoo and conditioner specifically for chemically treated hair. I recommend having your hair assessed in a salon by a hairstylist to find out what is best suited for you. Kind regards, Serah Schuster - THS Hair Consultant.


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