I would love to join FOF Gurus, how do I do it? I have very dry, fine, thin and colored hair. What products would you advise me to use?

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  1. Y Ronni Navarro wrote on :

    You probably have received lots of replies and suggestions, but will share incase it might help. Have you been told about Living Proof? It is a thinking cream you use on damp clean hair which separates and adds volume to the hair strands. Wen shampoo is gentle on your hair and helps to make it healthier. Sleeping on a satin pillow case helps to lessen breakage.

  2. avonlady wrote on :

    The new Aveda trio for thinning hair.

  3. ashantia54 wrote on :

    I hit the guru button and fillout the from. But the form keeps coming up to be fillout again. What am I doing wrong?

  4. ashantia54 wrote on :

    Can’t find the guru button

  5. Cubie131 wrote on :

    I have fine, color treated hair as well, so I know it can be frustrating. The problem is that you want to moisturize and condition because your hair is dry, but that can weigh hair down. LOREAL has an Ever Pure line (no sulfates) designed to protect color from fading and keep more delicate hair moisturized. There are several types that meet different needs and are relatively inexpensive, so you could get, for example, the moisturizing and the one for volume and switch as needed. There are lots of products out there that add volume and fullness. Aveda, which is known for it’s natural, gentle, products, has a volumizing spray tonic. John Frieda has a great root lifter. Check with your stylist for recommendations, do a little research and don’t be afraid to try something new..

  6. Maria Comfort wrote on :

    Birdaviv is right, just click to become a guru.
    For your hair there are several products that help, but one time I met an international hair star, and he told me that the best way to make your hair stronger was to wash it daily without soap or shampoo. Wash it for ten minutes every day. I tried it for six months and it really helped me to strengthen my hair, and it was always clean and shiny. Eventually, I went back to shampoo, but loved the time when I used nothing.
    Insofar as color is concerned, there are several brands on the market now that do not use amonia in their formulas. You will have to search them out, but there are many natural hair salons in each city where you can find someone who can help you with this problem.
    I use Rusk, and am very happy with it.
    Good luck to you.

  7. Elline Surianello wrote on :

    i have found that using velcro rollers, and also paul brown’s mouse gel can really help give you some volume. good luck! and of course join us by clicking onto the guru button welcome

  8. Birdaviv wrote on :

    To become a guru, all you have to do is click on the “become a guru” button.
    As to your hair problems ….. firstly, if you must color your hair, use the gentlest color possible. Naturtint contains the least noxious products. Next, do not wash your hair every day. Every other day is fine. Use a tiny amount of shampoo and use it on your scalp only. then use two types of conditioners – a very light conditioner near your scalp and a heavier more emollient conditioner for hair that is further from your scalp. The idea here is that you want to keep your follicles from blocking up with heavy additional creams and oils. To get rid of build up, apply a mild astringent to your scalp (witch hazel is good) and massage it in every few days. These few steps should make some improvement to your hair.

  9. Lina Perl wrote on :

    Hi there – To become an FOF Guru, just fill out this application: http://faboverfifty.com/content/guru-application

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