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In this video Brad discusses what type of extensions to use and what colour doesn't last
Lice in kids hair and how to prevent ...
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Hi guys Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com. Here are the answers to more emails and you know what guys I'm love that. Keep them coming this is what it’s all about. This site is for you and you know we just love to see your comments and answer. Some of the questions are a little crazy, but you know that’s; what makes it all about.
Here we have a question from Donna in Knoxville. I’ve never been in Knoxville by the way. I want extensions for my hair. What kind would you recommend? Glue, clip-in , sew in? Well you know Donna there is a whole bunch of extension out there that you can get, there is a ton in the market. Years ago there is only a few Cinderella hair and couple others like that. Now there a — of companies that are out there.
It really depends on what you want it for, how much length do you want on your hair and how much really you want to extend? I mean, some of the great new fused extensions are great. Actually fused in how this little basically small gelatin things, it is almost like a glue. When actually fused into your hair, just clip in there’s rings. Look at your budget first, how long do you want? Do you want this for a night? You want for an evening or a weekend? Or do you want three or four months? These are the questions that you got to find out and the longer the extension stay in usually the longer and more is going to cost you.
Sew in extensions—you know I haven’t seen your hair so I don’t know. Sew in extension are great, you really got had your technique down from to look proper and know what are you doing some of the Salons they are just fantastic. You check them out and they’ll be sowing these extensions, but make sure that the thread that they use is proper. You don’t want any built up, but sometimes those are so tight when they sew those in, it can be a little aggravating.
All extensions can kind of dry the little knots after a while. You’re really going to give a little to get a lot. But what your budget, check out what you have as far as length and how long you want to keep them in. The longer the ones that stay in — but there is a little answer for you.
Next question I have here is, “My daughter colors her hair wild and crazy colors, pink, blue, red, purple, green whatever. Why don’t they last?”1 Well first thing probably because we are not doing it, but anyhow a lot of the times some of the manic panics with a punky fun colors that they get out there from Sally’s beauty and around. They bleaching out the hair. Basically what there are doing, they’re lighting the hair so much, maybe your daughter is just frying out her hair with bleach before they put this color in. And they get the hair so light or bleached out, there is no color in the hair. There is color in the molecule if you will in that hair. So when they put that blue on or that pink or that green or whatever it is that chemical— it’s just going to has nothing to bite to. So it’s going to pee out of the hair within no time, especially if you are washing it with furious stuff, so that’s one of the reasons that it’s not lost in a while. So a little bit advise her. Go to a professional salon and it will last longer.
Next question here is from Bernadette, and hey Bernadette how you doing? Thanks for emailing me by the way. And it says here, ‘How can I keep lice out of my kid’s hair, it’s going around the school. Well, we touch on this topic, one of the episodes what we’re talking about what’s the good quality shampoo if you have color treated hair and the benefits, but anyhow I will reiterate this to you so you understand.
One of the best things to stop lice from getting in your hair, your kid’s hair that was just be brutal. Imagine if they bring it home and it’s all around Tea Tree Oil. Tea Tree Oil, it’s natural it’s affordable, the promise smells horrendous. It smells like – it’s just. There a fantastic shampoos out there that had a built it. And you can use it in your hair it’s usually covered by a fragrance, so you don’t smell. Wonderful benefits of tea tree oil, but the smell is brutal too.
But no other lice, when you smell it, you’ll say – no wonder I would not want to be on that hair if you are a lice. But anyhow tea tree oil is the number one. Get it on the kid’s hair, shampooing on the buff before you send to school. Another little note on that something that’s —they don’t like color treated hair, so get some hair color.
Guys, Brad Graham from BradGrahamTV.com keep the emails coming, keep the comments coming. We’ll see on Facebook, Twitter and we got a lot of episodes coming up and we’ll talk to you next time.