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  WHY ARE YOUR HAIR PRODUCTS GOOD FOR ALL DIFFERENT HAIR TYPES? WHY DON'T YOU HAVE SPECIFIC HAIR PRODUCTS TO ADDRESS DIFFERENT HAIR TYPES LIKE OTHER BRANDS DO?  
  My products work with all hair types, because ALL hair functions the same way and needs the same nutrients...just like our bodies all need healthy food and water to survive. Because hair is about 80% protein, protein is the main ingredient hair needs to stay strong, shiny and have volume. Most people will use a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner if their hair looks dull or dry, only to have their hair limp out. That's because too much moisture weighs hair down, making it limp, lifeless and sometimes frizzy. Protein is what gives your hair shine and body and then moisture locks the protein into the hair follicle. The key to no more 'bad hair days' is to get your hair into balance with just the right amounts of protein and moisture. Fix your hair with products that contain the ingredients that work with the way your hair works.  
 
  MY HAIR IS VERY FINE AND IS ALWAYS LIMP AND LIFELESS. WHAT CAN I DO TO GIVE IT MORE VOLUME?  
  You must get the moisture level down in your hair or your hair will always be flat, easily tangled and possibly frizzy. You do that by adding more protein than moisture to your hair with products that have water soluble vegetable protein. My weekly treatment will help to get you started.

The weekly products include an Exfoliating Shampoo to remove build-up from styling aids and water deposits. Then, a protein spray to nourish the hair and a moisture-packed mask to seal in the protein. My Volumizing Gel is absolutely the best to give you extra volume. There is nothing on the market like it.
 
 
  MY HAIR IS ALWAYS BREAKING OFF. I CAN'T SEEM TO EVER GROW IT OUT. WHAT IS WRONG?  
  Many times women are told to only apply conditioner to the ends of their hair so the conditioner won't weigh down hair. You MUST condition your hair from your roots down to your ends. As your hair gets older if you don't keep the entire hair strand strong, your hair will always break off.  
 
  MY HAIR IS SO THICK AND HEAVY THAT I CAN'T GET ANY HEIGHT. I ALWAYS HAVE FLAT HAIR. WHAT CAN I DO?  
  Start with a good cut. If your hair is heavy and thick, thank your mom and dad and then find a good stylist in your area. Find someone's hair style that you like and ask them where they got their cut. Next, consult with the stylist before you actually make the appointment for the cut. And then, use my Volumizing Gel on your roots and blow dry upside down. You will be amazed. Welcome to Happy Hair Days!  
 
  HOW DO I GET RID OF THE FRIZZIES?  
  You may think you have the frizzies but first book an appointment for a professional blow dry. You can go to almost any salon for this. Many times it is the way we blow dry our hair that can make it frizzy.

Too much moisture in your hair can also make our hair frizzy. You can find out if you have too much moisture by not using a conditioner on your hair one time after you shampoo. Is your hair tangled? If yes, then you have way too much moisture. When too much moisture in your hair hits moisture outside, your hair will frizz and flop. This is why flat irons are used...to remove the moisture. You can do it the healthy way with my hair treatment but you better go by the directions. Everything I do is a system, like a prescription. If you use it correctly, it will work.
 
 
  HOW DO I TAME MY NATURAL CURLY HAIR?  
  A good cut can be helpful. I have naturally curly hair and my hair treatment keeps it in perfect shape. If you want to only tame your hair and let it curl naturally, use my leave-in conditioner, Recovery Energizer. Scrunch it with a little Volumizing Gel and dry with a diffuser. I love it when I do that and it is so easy.  
 
  MY COLOR WON'T STAY ON. IT FADES IN THE FIRST WEEK. WHAT CAN I DO?  
  Many shampoos are full of surfactants that can strip the color. All your hair products should be for color treated hair, not just your shampoo but conditioners and styling aids, too. A good stylist and reputable salon will probably use good color products. Personally, my stylist uses Schwarzkopf color on my low lites. When I use my weekly treatment the protein locks in my color and stays for 6 months...really! I only have to shampoo every 4th day since I use my Volumizing Gel each morning and roll on Velcro rollers.