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    Right, for a laugh one of my mates decided it would be hilarious to straighten my hair at a house party which was getting pretty boring. I agreed, as you do. He, nor I, had any idea what we were doing and I'm pretty sure he's damaged my hair where my fringe starts and has sort of given me a cow lick with the dead hair, (I assumed he left the straighteners on a certain part of the hair for too long) well that's the best way I can describe it anyway!

    Any ideas of remedies/solutions for this without having to cut my hair off? It's not much hair, but if I had to cut it off it would end up having short hair to even it all out again which I don't really want!
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    You need a deep conditioner/conditioner for heat damaged hair!

    Assuming you have neither, ask a female friend or relative if she does and ask if you can borrow it (will be an 'interesting' conversation but hey ho!).

    Failing that, you could get this http://www.superdrug.com/nice-n-easy...ml/invt/318132

    I know it says that it's for coloured hair but it's an intense, repairing conditioner but only 99p cause there's not much in it (but plenty enough for what you need!). It comes in the box when I dye my hair but you obviously can get them separately too Look in boots or superdrug in the hair dye section

    EDIT: OR this is probably even better. http://www.superdrug.com/aussie-3-mi...286088&bklist=
    I love aussie products, it should sort it out :3
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    TBH it sounds like its been damaged beyond repaid if you can't get it to go back to where it should be. Hair grows, cut it off and start again. Your mate can pick up the bill.
 
 
 
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